Monthly Archives: March 2012

Community Cats Spay/Neuter Funding: A Clarification

We have received many calls and e-mails from people expressing concern about the changes in funding for spay/neuter for community cats in New York City. It appears that many people have reacted to erroneous information that has been communicated by … Continue reading

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Archdiocese of New York Agrees to Meet to Discuss the St. James Church Cat Situation

Please thank them and ask them to let this managed colony stay! First and foremost, since our last update to you, we can report that the valiant caretakers are getting some food to the cats, but of course this is … Continue reading

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St. James Church Continues to Forbid Feeding Cats

Please encourage the Archdiocese to let this managed colony stay! Thank you so much for taking the time to write on behalf of the feral cats at St. James’s Church. Your e-mails alone are 700+ in number so far, and … Continue reading

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Cats and Dogs for Adoption Make Special Appearance on Manhattan’s Upper West Side

    Three-day ASPCA® Mega Match-a-Thon Brings Pets to the People March 30–April 1 New York, NY – Monday March 19, 2012 – The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals® will present a three-day pet adoption extravaganza — the ASPCA® Mega Match-a-Thon … Continue reading

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Priests Starve Cats at St. James Church

Church Groundskeeper Threatens Poisoning as Next Step New York, NY – Monday, March 19, 2012 – The small colony of eight feral cats has not been fed for almost two weeks at historic St. James Church in lower Manhattan. Father … Continue reading

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