Slope Street Cats Benefit!

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!

Cleo on Sleeper Sofa 4 The organization is hosting a fundraiser for their programs on October 16 in Park Slope:

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: Blog: Email: 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)