feral cats

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Ditmars »

Cat caretakers are no longer allowed to leave food for the cats for fear of attracting coyotes.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Felines from the city's Feral Cat Initiative live at the center and keep its rat population down.

Astoria »

The Astoria Bank on 30th Ave. near 38th St. stopped allowing volunteers to feed cats in the parking lot.

Astoria »

Someone scrawled the words "Cat Killer Here" on a piece of construction plywood at the site.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Local officials and feral cat caretakers are looking for new homes for about 20 cats.

Williamsburg »

Most shelters are overburdened with newborns during "kitten season."

Ditmars »

The cat found dead Sunday in Astoria, on 21st Avenue near 33rd Street, showed signs of animal cruelty.

Forest Hills »

About five stray cats have lived in a hospital yard for more than a decade, locals said.

Upper West Side »

The small shelters will be placed in areas where stray cats live.

Red Hook »

Feral cats curl up in the hay bale manger where baby Jesus is supposed to lay in the nativity scene.

Lower East Side »

Neighborhood Cats will be running workshops on the practice of TNR, or trap, neuter and return.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Local resident hopes to rescue a litter of kittens from Columbia Street and find them a good home.

New York City »

Animal Care and Control launched a help line for pet owners and to answer animal-related questions.

Greenpoint »

A feral cat caretaker said her colony is being booted by a developer of waterfront apartment towers.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

A courtyard behind the legendary San Remo on Central Park West was until recently a feeding station for feral cats.