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Charlie is Counting on You!

Please help a hurt kitten walk and see again

March 17, 2016

When Neighborhood Cats rescued Charlie the kitten this week we knew he'd need a lot of care. A hit-and-run driver had left him with a broken leg, a ruptured eye and a long, hard road to recovery. 

We're determined to do what we can to make Charlie whole again. You can help. Please make a donation to save Charlie today.

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Putting the Focus on Ferals

NEFHS 2016 conference features daylong session with Neighborhood Cats!

March 16, 2016

The New England Federation of Humane Societies 2016 Conference is almost here! This year's conference will take place April 9 - 11 in Nashua, NH. One of the event highlights will be a daylong presentation by Neighborhood Cats' Bryan Kortis: Making Community TNR Work: How to Finally Get a Handle on All Those Feral Cats!

Visit newenglandfed.org to see the full conference schedule and get registered today!

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Good Colonies Make Good Neighbors

Read the article - be a better advocate!

March 3, 2016

As a community cat advocate you need to be sensitive to the needs of cats and the people around them. Good Colonies Make Good Neighbors from the Jan/Feb 2016 edition of Animal Sheltering, has ideas from Neighborhood Cats and other feral experts to help you build bridges and keep every stakeholder in your community happy.

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The Thousands

Portraits of street cats are a call to action in this new photo exhibit

February 21, 2016

On Sept 23, 2015 Neighborhood Cats launched a 1,000-cat TNR project aimed at reducing the numbers of ferals and strays on Jersey City's streets. That effort is the inspiration for The Thousands, a new photo exhibit focusing on the widespread plight of unowned cats and the urgent need for effective Trap-Neuter-Return programs to help them.

The Thousands will open in Jersey City on 3/4/16 and will be on exhibit through 3/31/16. 

By popular demand The Thousands has been extended through Friday April 8!

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Emergency Feral Cat Shelter

A simple and effective way to save lives in winter

January 22, 2016

A major storm is now churning its way up the East coast bringing heavy snowfall and frigid temperatures. Don't leave feral cats out in the cold!...if you don't have permanent shelters set up, you can still offer good, temporary shelter to help them through severe weather. 

The materials you'll need couldn't be simpler. A cardboard box + trash bags + duct tape + newspaper = warm winter shelter. Read on for the easy how-to instructions.

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Choose Me!

                                                             

When you're ready to adopt...

check out our Petfinder page for the cutest, friendliest kittens and cats!

Doing TNR in New York City?

In NYC, register your colony in our Feral Cat Database.

Joining is quick, easy and free. 
And did you know info in the database helps us reunite eartipped cats with their colonies when they get lost? 
                                
               

            Help ferals stay safe!                         Sign up today!

Rabies Advisory

          

Rabies is a viral disease that can have a devastating impact on feral colonies.

Read Neighborhood Cats' Rabies Advisory for information to help protect your cats in the event of an outbreak in your area.

Dollars for Scholars

The Neighborhood Cats/Humane Alliance Veterinary Scholarship Program helps vets help more cats in communities with greatest need. Here's how.

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Donate Your Vehicle, Help Cats!

             

Got an old car, truck, motorcycle, RV or boat? Now you can donate any vehicle - from anywhere - and support Neighborhood Cats while earning a tax benefit too. It's fast, free and simple!

To get started click here.

Questions? Find answers here.