What We Do Every Day
P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
What We Do Every Day
Working to Rescue and Reduce Proliferation of Stray Cats
Animalkind received the report and started to help:
My town is requesting to start to work on the stray cat problem. People are
concerned and want to help.
I went to look at the situation today. I was told that a couple kittens are living under the town restaurant's refrigerated room and coming out to play around the parked cars in front of the building. I actually found the whole family - mother calico, father black with partly missing tail, and three 6-8 week old kittens (gray, black and orange).
They are all very shy but appeared for
food. They are being fed by the locals. A very sweet elderly man (retired
policeman) came by to feed them while I was there. I will work on trapping this
I then took a look at the barn cats which are the source of the growing
population in town. I saw 12 cats while I was there. Most were a year or less.
I'd say many were around 6 months. There were several very attractive calicos
and Maine coons. All are shy, but hopefully with some work the youngest ones
could find homes??? They appear in pretty good shape and I'm told they are being
fed in the barn.
Can you please put me on the spay/neuter list for the next available clinic and I'll see if I can trap a few. I'll try to get the 3 kittens to you first.
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Animalkind Inc.is a not-for-profit welfare, protection, rescue, rights organization dedicated to the compassionate care and humane population control of abandoned, feral and stray cats in Hudson, New York (Columbia County) and the surrounding area. We promote non-lethal prevention of an unwanted litter or litters of kittens through trap, spay, neuter, release (return), (tnr, TNR). An altered cat or kitten is released into a managed colony. Felines living in such colonies are assured kind daily care. Adoption to homes providing love and care for cats and kittens is encouraged. We also provide low or no cost spaying and neutering assistance to low income pet owners and help increase public awareness and education through the media, special events, and publications to promote compassion, respect, and kindness towards all animals.
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