Category Archives: Feral Cats & TNR

NYC Achieves 90% Animal Shelter Live Release Rate for Second Year

Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals and Its Partners Have Saved the Lives of More than 300,000 Homeless Animals Since 2003 Monday, May 8, 2017 – New York, NY – For the second consecutive year, New York City has achieved a … Continue reading

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The Alliance Goes to Cat Camp NYC

The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals participated in the first-ever Cat Camp NYC, held on March 11 and 12 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan. Billed as “New York’s first cat-centric symposium,” Cat Camp was a two-day event packed with … Continue reading

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We Said YES to Nala and Her Kittens

    Last month we told you that our busiest season was right around the corner, with spring and summer bringing upswings in pet abandonment and the unwanted births of kittens to both unspayed pet and community cats. We were right. … Continue reading

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You Helped Us Say YES to Orphaned Kittens, Nicky & Norman!

    Every day, the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals works tirelessly to save NYC’s most at-risk animals. Thanks to you, since our founding in 2003, we’ve been able to save more than 300,000 homeless pets. We recently were able to … Continue reading

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Monitoring Cats During TNR Spay/Neuter Recovery

Even veteran Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) practitioners can experience concern for the cats under their care during the recovery period after spay/neuter. The vast majority of cats have a speedy and healthy recovery with no complications whatsoever. However, in this article we … Continue reading

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