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To improve the lives of the millions of cats living on our streets and support the compassionate people caring for them. 

Coping with COVID-19

These are tough times for caretakers of feral and stray cats. With kitten season in full swing, many spay/neuter clinics are just beginning to open up again. Veterinary services in general can be difficult to access. Travel to feed colonies is sometimes restricted. Feeders get sick or can't go outside. But at Neighborhood Cats, we haven't stopped working for a day and continue to support our community. See our COVID-19 Resources page here.


Back in 1999, there were no services for feral cats in New York City. Co-founder Bryan Kortis explains how Neighborhood Cats changed that.

Aphrodite awaits you

What better time to take in a feline goddess of love?  This beautiful young calico could be your indoor companion.


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Feral News Watch

It's rare for cats to catch the virus and there's no evidence they spread it to people
Posted Jun 01, 2020
Declaring euthanasia ineffective at reducing cats' numbers, Hawaiian shelter refuses to do county's bidding
Posted May 09, 2020
Hartbeespoort Feral Cat Rescue attends to abandoned pets and feeds colonies left behind by closed businesses
Posted May 09, 2020
Stay-at-homers want kittens, but rescuers and trappers are not out bringing them in
Posted May 08, 2020