#FeralCatFoodDrive: Barbara, 77, Feeding Ferals in Oakland

As part of our work to support local caretakers of feral cat colonies, we organize pet food drives. COVID-19 interfered with our plans, forcing us to move to virtual drives including wishlists. This is the wishlist for Barbara, a 77 year old caretaker in Oakland. Barbara is a 77 year old caretaker who has been […]

Feral Cat Drive Wishlists

Here are the Amazon wish lists for the feral cat colony caretakers. We will add as new caretakers sign up to receive donated cat food. Bit.ly/CatBarbara Bit.ly/CatCindy Bit.ly/CatHolly Bit.ly/CatKen Bit.ly/CatMary Bit.ly/CatRich Bit.ly/CatRoy Bit.ly/CatWalt Bit.ly/CatPgh Crowdfund https://www.facebook.com/donate/2279283285701103/?

Meet Allister, a Kitten Available for Adoption in Pittsburgh #PghCatLadies

Pittsburgh CAT adoption

Meet Allister Small male kitten, chocolate brown tabby, good with other cats, dogs and children. I am a regal boy named Allister. My foster mom tells me I have a ton of personality. I’m not sure what that means, but it must be good since she laughs and gives me kisses! I love attention and […]

Meet the Zodiac Sisters, 3 Adoptable Kittens #PghCatLadies

Kittens for Adoption Pittsburgh

Meet the Zodiac Sisters – Gemini, Libra, and Virgo They were born outside (homeless) and were rescued by their foster mom. They are a little bashful, but sweet and friendly. They are about 9 months old. They can be adopted separately or together, but please note they prefer homes without children. This is part of […]

The Kittens are Three Months Old #KittenCaboodle

This post contains affiliate links. I’m still trying to figure out how they work. If you end up buying the stuff at the link, we may get some coins. We don’t know for sure when the five kittens we refer to collectively as the Kitten Caboodle were born. We’ve narrowed it down based on sightings […]

Slight Name Change, Still Lots of Cats and Cat Ladies – Meet Jewel! #PghCatLadies

Collage of Adoptable Cat Jewel

Last week, we launched a new feature promoting an adoptable cat from Pittsburgh C.A.T. the organization that is helping us with our #kittencaboodle of five kittens. That feature has been slightly revised – it is a work in progress. I am now calling it Pgh Cat Ladies and that will cover many facets of our actual […]

The Feral Cat Girls One Year Later aka the Lesbian Cat Lady Adventures

One year ago today, we woke up early with a plan to take the female cat we had trapped to the TNR clinic for 7:30 AM. We dubbed her Mamma Mia because we knew she had a litter. We had been unsuccessful in trapping her companion female whom we assume was a kitten from a […]

Ten Alternative Gifts to Celebrate Easter & Spring & More

alternative easters gifts

We are honoring Passover and Easter this week along with the first real lasting bout of spring weather. This means lots of sniffles, but also buying stuff for gifts – candy, toys, etc. I don’t want to take away your joy at gnawing on that giant chocolate ear, but there are some other ways you […]

92-year-old Cat Colony Caretaker Receives Food Donation through #CatFoodDrivePgh

Cat Food Drive Pittsburgh

One of the advantages to donating bags of food to our drop-off either in person or via the Amazon wish list is that the food is in the hands of the caretakers within a matter of days. Someone recently donated this bag of food   Within a few hours after arrival, it was taken to […]

Homeless Cats & Urban Residents: A Q&A With the Homeless Cat Management Team

Pittsburgh Cat Food Drive

Last month, we launched a cat food drive to support homeless caretakers in partnership with the Homeless Cat Management Team and CARMAA to support the good folks who are taking care of homeless cats. In that spirit, I reached out to one of the “cat ladies” who has been instrumental in educating me. Last year […]