Donate Cat Food to These 8 Local Feral Colony Caretakers

Some people tell me we should stay focused on human needs, not animals. I say we do both and more. I also say helping neighbors who give up their own food for their cats is helping people.

A healthy, well-fed colony with a caretaker monitoring the cats is ideal. Yes, new cats will show up, but they will be noted, TNRd, and fed. They will live humane lives and not reproduce.

Read the caretakers stories.

They are retirees on fixed incomes. They are veterans and social workers. They share their own food. They keep their eyes out for new cats and get them trapped.

Bit.ly/CatBarbara – age 78, Oakland

Bit.ly/CatCindy – Pittsburgh

Bit.ly/CatHolly – Pittsburgh

Bit.ly/CatKen – age 48, White Oak

Bit.ly/CatMary – age 93, Wilkinsburg

Bit.ly/CatRich – age 75, Munhall

Bit.ly/CatRoy – age 93, Northside

Bit.ly/CatWalt – age 76, Northside

Bit.ly/CatPgh – general list

You may also drop new supplies at Mr. Sign at 1316 Western Avenue Pittsburgh 15233 during business hours.

And you can donate fiancially via this link.

Thank you for your support

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