We have beautiful and healthy kittens and adult cats as well as dogs that are looking for love. Open your heart and your home to a rescued cat. You'll be so glad you did!
DONATIONS: Homeless cats depend on our cozy shelters for survival. We are always grateful for the following items to make them comfortable; Rubbermaid storage boxes to make the shelters, straw (not hay) to stuff them, and sheets of pink insulation to insulate them.
FOSTER HOMES NEEDED: As always, we are in need of foster homes for kittens and our young single moms who are nursing. Please consider fostering a pregnant cat or a nursing mom and her litter. The moms do all the work- you just need to provide a quiet, safe place for them to nurse their babies. We provide training and all the equipment you need, you provide food and love. Fostering is a wonderful family experience and truly life-saving for these needy animals.
Interested? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for all the details.
All of our rescued kittens are examined by our vet, vaccinated, spayed/neutered if old enough, and loved until you take them home. Call us at 914.234.3771 or email email@example.com.
Community Cats is a 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation dedicated to all aspects of cat rescue in northern Westchester County. We specialize in trap, neuter and return of feral cats, kitten and adult cat rescue and adoption, and home-to-home placement of family pets.We rely entirely on donations to continue our work, and we provide outstanding care to the animals we serve.
The heart of our operation is our TNR (trap, neuter and return) program. Through our spay/neuter and vaccinate program, adoption outreach and daily feedings, these needy animals are leading happier, healthier lives. Feral cats are returned to their colonies after surgery and vaccinations. Kittens and tame adults are taken into foster care until good permanent homes are found. We occasionally receive calls asking that cats be removed from a particular location. Please understand that there is no place for these animals to go, and in fact they belong exactly where they are. Trap, neuter and return is the only humane and effective method of controlling homeless cat populations. Cats are territorial and develop strong ties to their particular location, which is home to them, in the same way birds, squirrels, etc become comfortable in a particular place. It is cruel to trap them and remove them to a different location, and doing so most often results in new cats moving in to fill the void. For more information about feral cats, visit the Alley Cat Allies website, alleycat.org. Its is the very best source of accurate information about feral cats, and is filled with helpful ideas and reference articles.
We have a new program that provides food and low- cost
veterinary care for elderly local residents on fixed incomes, enabling them to
keep their best friends. Donations are needed for this program. Both cat food
and funding are gratefully accepted.
We also help owners locate lost cats and assist people who feel they must find a new home for their cat. This is home-to-home placement , the very best way to re-home your pet.
Kittens, kittens! We care for dozens of kittens at our shelter and always welcome donations of food, soft beds, and kitten milk replacer. We also need foster homes for our rescued kittens. Contact us for more information.
Community Cats needs volunteer feeders for our area's homeless cats. We provide training and food. In just an hour to an hour and a half a week, you can provide a life-saving service to the homeless cats of northern Westchester.
Foster homes needed!! We need caring people to provide short-term foster care to small kittens or older cats that need some socialization. Training and food provided, please inquire.
Please contact us at 914.234.3771 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Community Cats president Penny Berk and a litter of five adorable kittens were featured on the Martha Stewart Show on Oct. 12th, 2005. Needless to say, we had lots of potential adopters for the litter!
All were adopted into wonderful homes. Thanks Martha!
From colony feeding to foster care to building winter shelters, if you care about cats and would like to help, we have both short and long-term volunteer positions available. Contact us for more information.
No time to volunteer? Donate! 100% of your tax-deductible donation goes towards our feral cat, kitten foster care and feeding programs. Just click on the link below to donate through PayPal:
To meet one of our adorable adoptables, contact us via email, email@example.com or by phone at 914.234.3771. We'll ask a few intake questions to help you find the best pet for your home and arrange for you to meet our wonderful pets.
Our adoptable kittens are located at Northwind Kennels, 402 Old Post Road, Bedford, New York.
You can meet them Monday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm and Sundays by appointment. For more information, visit out website www.communitycats.com.
Community Cats Inc.
402 Old Post Road
Bedford, NY 10506
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