In The Press

Recent media coverage of Neighborhood Cats


Success seen in feral cat control
(TimesUnion.com, November 16, 2013)

Culture Corner:  Feral Education
(Animal Sheltering, Sept/Oct 2013)

Charity Offers $10 to Volunteers Who Trap and Neuter Stray Cats
(DNAinfo.com, August 22, 2013)

Learn How to Trap and Neuter Cats on the Lower East Side

(DNAinfo.com, March 20, 2013)

Broad Effort to Fix New York's Ferals

(City Limits, October 8, 2012)

Operation Snip Gets Grant Help

(Times Union, August 5, 2012)

Feral Cats and TNR
(WFUV News, March 5, 2012)

Rescue Chocolate Helps Neighborhood Cats
for All of November

(PR.com, October 26, 2011)

Homeless Cats Find Protectors in Washington Heights

(The Uptowner, October 25, 2011)

Feral-cat Coney woe

(New York Post, August 14, 2011)

Haven for Feral Cats

(New York Daily News, August 6, 2011)

NYC Initiative Tackles Feral Cat Population

(WCBS-TV, April 3, 2009)

Prowling the Divide:  After decades of debate about the place of feral cats in society, feline and bird advocates are finding common ground
(All Animals [The Humane Society of the U.S.], March/April 2009)

At Least Someone is Getting Free Health Care in this City
(WNYC News Blog [& audio], March 19, 2009)

Urban Feral Cat Population Booming
(Toronto Star, November 23, 2008)

To the Rescue
(Feline Wellness Magazine, Fall/Holiday 2008)

Hiding in Plain Sight

(Best Friends Magazine, May/June 2008)

Cat traps at N.Y. airport spur protest

(USA TODAY, November 19, 2007)

How you can join the News in helping our four-legged friends
(New York Daily News, November 17, 2007)

A Swing and a Hiss
(New York Times, July 22, 2007)

Pets, Pets, Pets
(The Beacon, April 26, 2007)


Straight Talk:  a Q&A with feral cat advocate Bryan Kortis

(Animal Sheltering Magazine, May/June 2006)

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