Opening your home to help house and socialize a rescue cat that’s awaiting adoption is a wonderful and rewarding experience. Read more about what that entails, and reach out to the shelter or rescue organization near you to get added to the rotation! (Your Instagram followers will thank you!)
Here’s where you can donate to organizations mentioned in our film:
NYC Feral Cat Initiative
Brooklyn Animal Action
Animal Care Centers of NYC
What better way to spend your time than being surrounded by cat lovers and cats in need? Find out about volunteer opportunities in NYC and nationwide.
Here’s why it works.
Find local resources that offer TNR via the Alley Cat Allies Feral Friends Network. Reach out to indicate your interest today.
Browse Alley Cat Allies’ webinar series
Also consult this list of nationwide feral cat resources compiled by the Humane Society.
Never purchase a cat. Adopt yours from your local shelter – you’re saving a life!
Claire Corey is part of Brooklyn Animal Action which is an all-volunteer rescue group. To make a donation, foster, or adopt cats go to Brooklyn Animal Action.
Tara Green is part of Brooklyn Animal Action which is an all-volunteer rescue group. To make a donation, foster, or adopt cats go to Brooklyn Animal Action.
Stuart Siet is not seeking financial support for his rescue work.