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    • sharis6

      Over the summer a wonderful team of cat caregivers was formed. One white cat gave birth and we got all five of her babies adopted. Two kittens from another litter were rescued and adopted. One kitten is awaiting a home, one kitten was rescued, sadly to late as he passed away. Someone left a house pet in the park and he is a beautiful shiny all black young male who wants petting and love more than food. We need to get him a home…

    • sharis6

      We have a team of wonderful cat lovers who feed the cats. One new person will take the TNR course. Another community person said she took the course and got one cat “Tigris” TNR’d. over a month ago….ear clipped. As of late I haven’t heard of any time frame for the near future of more TNR. Several of us went to try to get the kittens, and only one could be caught, which I adopted. We find trappers are easier to obtain, but boarders are not so available. One woman awhile ago obtained shelters. Many people voice opinions on what should be done, but it takes action…we each could do something. Three of the cats I did TNR with have ears clipped. One cat was attacked by an animal in the park and we rescued it, but she died at the vets office. I got two kittens adopted, and as I said I adopted one. There are four kittens who are tame in the park, always close to their mom (the white cat) but they won’t be tame for much longer. One cat Sammy “Scrimshaw” ( black and white) had to go to the vet twice to be proven healthy and we had tried to get him adopted, so he is the only one of 8 cats I worked with who has no ear clipping. Yes, they need ears clipped for I.D. We also clean up empty food containers so the parks people , or community people won’t complain about the cats. We need to keep them safe. G-d bless the team of cat caregivers I’ve found.

    • sharis6

      The white cat gave birth to five adorable kittens. We are waiting to see if a trapper can get the mom and babies before the babies become feral. They all need a vet! The male cat with circular stripes I believe mated once or twice with the females that did to get TNR as yet. I’ve been emailing and texting a woman and her daughter who said they took the TNR course and did a lot of investigation as to the well-being of our cats. Dr. M at the school where I teach is buying lots of food for the cats and I am very grateful for her support both emotionally and financially. Feeding over 12 cats adds up to a lot of money and now we have several of us working together. This is a community project!

    • sharis6

      A co-worker andIdid TNR on6cats. Two kittens were adopted after spaying and vet care. One kittenIsaw in the park was badly hurt andIgot the kitten toavet,but sadly the little one died.Itried to rescue approx. 12 cats on the northern end of the park before Hurricane Sandy. No help came soon enough soIhiredatrapper, andacare giver and we did TNR. Several did not have their ears tipped as we tried to socialize them and offer adoption, but they proved to be feral. Chong is the kitten with one eye. He had eye meds from the vet. An older large grey cat (Marlon) had TNR, the black and white cat had TNR, and the golden tabby had TNR. My info was given toafamily continuing TNR work.Iam one of the regular feeders along with others. Someone took their food and water away this a.m.4cans of wet food inatray with Purina kitten kibbles andanice fresh cold bowl of water. WhenIchecked one hour later one kitten looked up at me and meowed.Ihad one can of tuna and dry food left,so fed the kitten and gave another bowl of water. Thank you for posting the pictures.Ihaven’t seen Chong since we returned him to the park. Great photos.