Each month, the Jackson Galaxy Foundation’s Monthly Mojo program rallies support for an animal welfare organization. Monthly Mojo is an example of the JGF vision in action. This unique program allows the use of the extensive media reach of Jackson Galaxy and the Jackson Galaxy Foundation to share the inspiring work being done by animal welfare organizations across the nation and even around the world.
For the full month of October, you’ll have the opportunity to purchase Jackson Galaxy’s TNR Cat Buddy toy. Filled with organic catnip, this Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) power kitty toy comes complete with a left eartip! $5 of each sale will directly benefit the NYCFCI. What a great way to celebrate National Feral Cat Day on October 16, to get a head start on your holiday shopping, or to share your love of community cats with a feline friend!
The NYCFCI will also be featured on Jackson Galaxy’s website, the Jackson Galaxy Foundation website, and GreaterGood.org, where you can read more about and make a fee-free donation to support the work we’re doing in New York City to help community cats. Finally, be sure to like the Jackson Galaxy Foundation on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter and Instagram to catch our weekly #ShelterSunday stories, sharing how your help makes a direct impact on the lives of NYC’s feral and stray cats!
Thank you to the Jackson Galaxy Foundation for highlighting the NYC Feral Cat Initiative and celebrating our work this month!
About the Jackson Galaxy Foundation
The Jackson Galaxy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity founded in 2014, and the realization of Jackson’s long-standing dream of bettering the lives of animals at risk and helping the people who care for them. JacksonGalaxyFoundation.org
About the NYC Feral Cat Initiative
The NYC Feral Cat Initiative (NYCFCI), a program of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, supports the efforts of organizations and individuals who work to help stray and feral cats — collectively known as “community cats” — and perform Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) in New York City. Our goal is to humanely reduce the population of community cats in NYC. NYCFeralCat.org