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The Neighborhood Feral Cat Initiative and Companion Animal Placement would like to thank the ASPCA® for their 2013 $10,000 grant award. This funding allowed us to continue in 2013 to offer to feral caregivers virtually free spay neuter of their feral cat colonies here in Hudson County, NJ.
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What to do if you find kittens!
Click for imporatant guidelines.
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The 2014 NFCI program is on hiatus until 2015.

Please contact the People for Animals clinic in Hillside, NJ for the spay/neuter of your feral cats. Click here for their info: Clinic
Please check back in spring 2015.
Thank you.

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For more information email workshop@neighborhoodferalcat.org
or call 201 884 9649


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To get your animals spayed or neutered, we recommend
Hillside Clinic and their expanding services:

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Keeping Birds Safe from Cats
For a printable flyer click here!
From:
The Humane Socety of the US: Feral Cats
For info on cat containment: neighborhoodcat.org
If you have an injured bird, contact
The Raptor Trust


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Feral Cat And Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Information

Project TNR encourages and assists with the implementation of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) for municipalities, nonprofits, and residents, and advocate on behalf of feral cats and feral cat caregivers.

TNR is on a trajectory to become the predominant method of feral cat population control.

Please see the links on either side fof the linked page for educational materials, ways to connect with other caregivers, how TNR can benefit your town, sample TNR ordinances and much more. Click here to read Project TNR's newsletter, the Nexus News.

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