When a colony of feral cats is identified, each cat is trapped and transported to a holding facility where they are cared for prior to surgery. All cats in a colony must be altered in order for TNR to be effective. Partnerships with local vets and mobile spay/neuter clinics...Read More
Often times we find friendly cats living amid a feral cat colony. These cats are admitted to our private shelter or a foster home where they are cared for until we find them a forever home. Feral kittens who are young enough to be socialized receive the necessary handling while...Read More
Every rescue and every adoption provides us with an opportunity to educate members of the public about feral cats, TNR, and animal overpopulation. When trapping feral cats we explain to the community that TNR is a humane alternative to eradication, and that nuisances such as...Read More
For Animals is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, and a member of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals.
For Animals had the privilege of participating in Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days June 1-2, 2013. During this amazing weekend, we had 17 healthy cats and 39 treatable cats adopted, for a total of 56 adoptions!
For Animals is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible. We rely on donations such as yours to continue the life-saving work done by our small group of dedicated volunteers 365 days a year.
For Animals has many cats available for placement as barn, stable, warehouse or store cats. Feral cats (not socialized to humans) make great outdoor cats for keeping down rodents; friendly or semi-social cats can do the same for stores and warehouses.