Meet the NYC Feral Cat Initiative Team: Megan Wisdom

NYCFCI volunteer, Megan Wisdom, helps community cats in New York City, but she recently had a chance to share some love with a kangaroo in Australia.

NYCFCI volunteer, Megan Wisdom, helps community cats in New York City, but she recently had a chance to share some love with a kangaroo in Australia.

Since the Fall of 2014, NYC Feral Cat Initiative (NYCFCI) volunteer Megan Wisdom has been sending participants in NYCFCI’s Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) certification workshops a follow-up survey. Megan compiles the information she receives and shares it with the rest of the NYCFCI team. “The main focus of the survey,” says Megan, “is to get Certified TNR Caretakers in communities to connect, so they can work together and share resources.” The results of the survey also inform the NYCFCI team better about the needs of the TNR community.

Megan’s background in technology support for the financial sector makes her an ideal person to handle the important, confidential data collection on Certified TNR Caretakers. So does her intense love of cats. And Megan’s love of animals extends to those she encounters during her travels around the world. The last time she was in Australia, she had the “amazing experience” of holding and bottle-feeding — and being kissed by! — a baby kangaroo.

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