Browsing the archives for the community cats tag

Killer App

A couple months ago, I heard about a slick browser plugin (sadly, available only for Chrome) that replaces the word literally with figuratively for websites, articles, etc. I (literally?) cannot describe just how appealing this is to my inner (and sometimes outer) language bully. Indeed, the thought of the enormous satisfaction sure to follow was [...]

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Common Sense for Cats

Have you seen the just-launched Common Sense for Cats website yet? It’s an Alley Cat Allies initiative that the organization describes as “an online resource to educate about outdoor cats and Trap-Neuter-Return, the only humane and effective program to stabilize—and reduce—outdoor cat populations.”
The site serves as a useful primer—courtesy of some very nice visuals—for those [...]

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Feline Shelter Intake Reduction Program FAQs

The timing was perfect—almost.
Not 10 minutes after I published yesterday’s post, I noticed a link posted by my friends at Stray Cat Alliance on the organization’s Facebook page. Beside the link was this not-so-subtle endorsement:
“THIS IS A MUST READ!!!!!”
As I say, not so subtle. On the other hand, I couldn’t agree more.

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A(Wake)ning

Though the news wasn’t entirely unexpected, it’s now official: Wake County, NC, has officially adopted TNR!
According to a story in Monday’s Raleigh Public Record, the new policy allows private non-profits to manage the trapping, sterilization, and vaccination of community cats.
And, in what was apparently an eleventh-hour victory, TNR supporters (led, as I understand it, by [...]

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San Francisco SPCA

As I mentioned in my previous post, I spent March 4th at the Vertebrate Pest Conference, attending its half-day Feral Cats session. Having made the trip to Monterey, I wasn’t about to return home without a visit to the San Francisco SPCA—to, at last, meet in person some diehard Vox Felina supporters I knew, for [...]

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Game On!

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