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Our Mission

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

What is TNR?

Trap-Neuter-Return, or TNR, is the most humane and effective method known for managing feral and stray cats. The cats are trapped, spayed and neutered, vaccinated and then returned to their outdoor homes. Caretakers provide food and shelter and monitor the cats. When possible, friendly adults and young kittens are removed for adoption. Learn more.

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

Sammy wants to light up your home!

Sparky young tuxedo, long-haired and well-mannered, a touch shy but warms up with a bit of play, seeks his life-long companion. Could you be the lucky one?


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Feral News Watch

Neighborhood Cats featured in cover article for Animal Sheltering's Fall 2019 issue
Posted Oct 12, 2019
Not feral cats, says Animals 24-7. The answer may lie in our windows.
Posted Oct 11, 2019
Toronto Humane Society estimates feral cat population will drop by over 40% in 10 years by performing 2000 TNR surgeries annually
Posted Oct 10, 2019
Alley Cat Rescue leads project to prevent hybridization of wildcats near Kruger National Park by sterilizing local felis catus
Posted Oct 08, 2019