Adoptable Pets

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    Billy- He is a lovable sweet 2 year old cat rescued from ACC. He gets along with other cats, is currently at a home with a dog.  He is very playful, loves to be held and is quite a curious cat.  Billy is up to date on shots, negative for FIV/FELV and neutered.  If interested contact us!!

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    Luca is a lovable 5 month old male rescued from the streets in queens.  He likes to be held, and get attention at his foster home.  Luca is a little love monkey who always wants to be held. If interested in meeting this fantastic guy please contact us!

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    This is Sami a super lovable Tonkinese that has Feline CH disorder otherwise known as Wobble disease. That doesnt stop her from doing any of the normal activities felines do it just makes her extra special.  Sami needs to find a loving home where she would be the center of attention. Sami is around 2 years of age currently in a foster home with other cats.

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    This is Ralphie and Harriet two super cute kittens around 7 months old. They were rescued from a residence home in Staten Island where they were taking shelter in the woods.  They are super sweet, both love playing and can entertain you for hours.  They are very active, would be great with kids.  Both are negative for fiv/felv, up to date with shots and spay/neutered. They are looking for a good home together, if interested contact us!

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    This is Claudia rescued from a city shelter around 2 years of age, she was going to be put to sleep due to space restrictions at the city shelter.  She is a sweet cat that loves people and attention.  Claudia loves to be held and gets along well with other cats. If interested in meeting her please contact us!

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    Kevin is a large 2 year old male Tabby. He is neutered, up to date on shots and negative for FIV/Felv.  Kevin was rescued from a home that had to give him up due to eviction.  He is very laid back, but playful at the same time. He is a handsome cat with lots of love to give to the right home.  If interested in meeting this gentle giant contact us.

  • leapicThis is Lea, a lovely lady rescued from a local city shelter.  She is in fostering upstate, she is a special needs kitty and was diagnosed with FIV.  Do not let that discourage you, cats live normal healthy long lives with FIV.  Lea is a sweet cat who deserves a change for a furever home
  • DSCN2975 253x450This is Lucinda she is a lovable lady from NYC animal control, she was rescued along with her three kittens that all found homes. Now its mommy's time to find a loving home, she is around 2 years of age, very sweet and loves to be held.  Lucinda is very affectionate as you can see from the photo very comfortable at the foster home.  She warms up to people very quickly and would make a great companion.  if interested contact us

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  • This is Lea a lovely female adult cat




We can help.

Our organization can assist you with finding the help you need to spay/neuter feral or stray animals in the Staten Island area.  Trap Neuter Return (TNR), is a program that is the future to cutting down on overpopulation and unadoptable animals entering the shelter system.

A group called Staten Island Feral Initative holds monthly workshops for individuals who want to become TNR certified. When certified you will have acess to receive free or very low cost spay/neutering.

Please visit this website to learn more:

You will learn how to:

take care of cats before and after spay/neuter surgery

create feeding stations

create affordable winter shelters

keep them safe from harm

This is an important step in making sure that animals in need are provided with the care and attention they need to live safe and healthy lives.




Next TNR-certification workshop on SI:




Neighborhoodcats- Neighborhood Cats is a NYC based TNR non-profit organization, working on both the national and local level, to promote and implement the practice of TNR. The Neighborhood Cats TNR certification workshop is available to anyone who wishes to learn more about the most humane approach to stemming the feral cat population. For more info, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or see link for upcoming classes:

The Toby Project is free to spay/neuter cats and mixed breed dogs with TNR certification, the clinic is now operating out of Brooklyn sponsored by a rescue group called Ferils in Peril. To find out more info please check out their website

Staten Island Feral Initiative-   SIFI is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit, no-kill, all volunteer organization providing TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) education, equipment, and support primarily to the SI community, but available to animal advocates throughout NYC and beyond. They provide information to the general public and host regularly scheduled TNR-training workshops on Staten Island. Through the empowerment of citizens to control the growth of colonies in their area, they are working to end the cycle of free-roaming cat reproduction, creating a better existence for both humans and cats on the island, and also reducing the flow of cats and kittens into overcrowded city shelters.

Neighborhood Cats- Neighborhood Cats is a national NYC based TNR non-profit organization that brought the problem of feral cats in NYC to the forefront back in 1999 ,and introduced the solution of Trap-Neuter-Return. Neighborhood Cats authored the TNR training workshop and accompanying handbook, workshops are offered twice a month to educate compassionate citizens throughout NYC's five boroughs. Only through TNR will the tragedy of overpopulation and suffering begin to diminish. We offer assistance to TNR-certified individuals. For more info, please visit our web site:

NYC Feral Cat Initiative- The New York City Feral Cat Initiative (NYCFCI) is a program of the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals® — a coalition of more than 150 animal rescue groups and shelters working with Animal Care & Control of NYC (AC&C) to end the killing of healthy and treatable cats and dogs at AC&C shelters.

The NYCFCI's mission is to raise awareness about the thousands of feral and stray cats (which collectively we refer to as community cats) living outdoors throughout NYC's five boroughs, and to offer solutions to prevent the number of homeless cats from increasing and to successfully manage existing colonies.


















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