Thursday, February 15, 2007

Park Slope Street Cat Update

Slope Street Cats, which works to trap and neuter street cats and, then, to return them to the streets "netted" 35 cats in December and January, mostly from a project in Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights, Cobble Hill, Crown Heights and Propsect Lefferts Garden. According to the latest dispatch from Slope Street Cats that brings their two-year total to 225. The group also reports a $1,000 grant from the NYC Feral Cat Council (you learn many things each and every day, especially as a reporter/blogger). The money is going toward the group's humane trap bank which are used by Slope Street Cats and can be borrowed free by residents that are trap-neuter-return certified (second thing learned in the last five minutes). Also Slope Street Cats puts kitties that it rescues up for adoption. That's Rumi, pictured here. They've also got Goldie. And, in fact, have a whole list of kitties that need homes.

Make a little creature's life better. Get good karma. Feel good about life.


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