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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. 

Fighting our way through

These are tough times for caretakers of feral and stray cats and the cats themselves. The pandemic has limited the availability of veterinary services. Paying for food can be a burden when income has been lost. Even traveling to a colony can be a challenge. But the bond between the cats and those who care for them is strong and Neighborhood Cats is here to help. Learn more about available COVID-19 Resources and why Trap-Neuter-Return is the best way to manage the cats.

 



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

Research suggests lower eye contact by cats is less threatening
Posted Sep 18, 2020
Lake County Humane Society provides host of services to support bond between veterans and their animals
Posted Sep 17, 2020
Founder of two non-profits sets up sanctuary while promoting TNR as the long-term solution
Posted Sep 16, 2020
Warning: cut the straps before throwing the masks away
Posted Sep 16, 2020
Are you a conscientious caretaker or a freedom defender? Take the quiz!
Posted Sep 15, 2020
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