There are many, many feral kitties in our neighborhood, many of whom are fed by residents. I don't have an issue with our wild little friends but without being neutered and spayed, these cats will continue to multiply at exponential rates. Slope Street Cats, a Brooklyn-based group of feral TNR (trap-neuter-return) supporters, has been working in several area neighborhoods to help spay and neuter groups of feral cat colonies. Their Project of the Month is Clinton Hill!
Help your feral cat friends and enjoy a wine and chocolate tasting at Cocoa Bar in Park Slope! Your $22 ticket ($25 at the door) includes wine or hot cocoa, chocolate bon-bons, and entry to win a fabulous door prize. (There will be additional raffles and auctions, so bring your checkbook!) We'd love to see you there! Buy tickets now.
WHEN Monday, October 16, 6:30 -- 9:00 p.m.
WHERE Cocoa Bar 228 7th Avenue Brooklyn, NY (718) 499-4080
WHO Slope Street Cats is a nonprofit, volunteer collective dedicated to reducing feline overpopulation in Brooklyn through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).
MORE Website: www.slopestreetcats.com Blog: http://slopestreetcats.blogspot.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 917.207.5282
*** Sounds like fun! I like kitties, as well as chocolate. I also enjoy the group's blog.
October 16 is national Feral Cat Day!
(note -- the above cat is an extremely non-feral feline, also known as lesterhead's giant kitty cleo)