We are a Trap-Neuter-Realease-(TNR) organization. We do not take in cats or kittens for adoption! We are not a shelter or rescue organization! Our function is to TNR to reduce the over population of feral street cats. Through our network of trappers, we service mainly the Queens area with many of our trappers joining our network and expanding into the five boro’s and Long Island. We are to be contacted for TNR only! We do not take in cats or kittens from the public-ever!

TNR reduces many issues that involve the community. Kittens born to the streets have many issues to deal with, such as eye infections, colds, injuries, etc. It should be understood however, that these cats serve a purpose in the communities they reside in. They are the best controlling rodents! They are your community service workers that provide you with a healthy environment! They just work for food, shelter and an afternoon nap in the sun on your deck or yard! We can put you in touch with a person to provide you with cat shelters at cost.

Please make sure they have food, water and shelter for the winter. Be humane and respect your community service workers! Feeding is breeding and that is our goal, to end the breeding! Please contact us for a trapper in your area! They are all certified and professionals to help you! Please be advised that these people provide you with a free service, but we ask you to donate a small fee to cover their expenses.

All cats are trapped, spayed-neutered, given their rabies shots and booster when asked. Males are kept for recovery 1-2 days and females are mostly kept 2-4 days depending on their recovery and weather permitting release!

They are all ear tipped since that is the only way anyone can verify that the cat was spayed or neutered from a distance at a later time and for you to observe if a new cat wonders into your colony. Also, should that cat ever go to the Animal Care and Control center, a memo will be sent to the trapper in the area for pick-up and return. You will get contacted. Please register your colony also for that reason.

Email or call Neighborhood Cats or the NYC Feral Alliance for more information! All new cats that appear in your colony of ferals, we ask that you contact your trapper as soon as possible. We do not remove cats or relocate them! These cats mostly appear on the streets mostly because of a irresponsible pet owner. Spay and neuter all your house pets. During mating season, we have found most pets escape to seek a mate!

Make sure your pet has a collar and /or is micro chipped to ensure a safe return in case of a accident! Pets can escape through an open door or window. We advise you open your windows from the top rather bottom. Have all your gates locked when your pet is outside and never-ever let your cats outside!