Meet electronics engineer Stu Siet, whose day begins by feeding cats at 4 AM. “I think the general impression was that I’d gone totally crazy.”
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Following the worst snowstorm of 2016, Tara digs out the shelters for her parking lot colony and feeds the survivors. When she finds blood she’s worried one of the cats has been lost.
In Bed-Stuy, Claire is constantly rescuing abandoned cats, many of them pregnant. In this clip, she tends to two kittens just born to a friendly mom.
After Sassee’s daughter spots an injured friendly near their apartment in Canarsie, Sassee rides to the rescue. But the cat will need surgery, so there’s a lot of expense and work ahead.
Stu brings cats he’s rescued to a mobile adoption event in Ditmas Park, organized by North Shore Animal League. There’s a story behind each one, and they all get a warm welcome.