Posts Tagged “community cats”

More Amazing Photography From Diane Peresie- part 2

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More Amazing Photography From Diane Peresie- part 2

Diane is a celebrated photographer who now takes photos of feral cats for the group Nobodys cats. This is the second installment this month of a sampling of here work. Tweet

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TNR with a Side of Adoption and Outreach

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TNR with a Side of Adoption and Outreach

by Bernadette E Kazmarski TNR or “trap-neuter-return” can be a very controversial topic, but when you engage in a conversation it turns out that it’s really only the “return” part that draws the most objection. From people who don’t understand the nature of feral or unsocialized cats to those who just don’t like any cats,…

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Nobodys Cats And Those Who Care For Them

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Nobodys Cats And Those Who Care For Them

Christine Arnold in this podcast shares with us the compelling behind the scenes look at feral cat management and TNR with the Nobodys Cat Foundation.  Christine founded the PAWS Trap Neuter Return Program in 2004 and served as the program’s manager through 2011. She has significant experience in all aspects of the strategy, from trapping…

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At 80 Years Old She Started Photographing Feral Cats And Its Amazing

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At 80 Years Old She Started Photographing Feral Cats And Its Amazing

by Diane Peresie I have been a serious photographer for many years.  I have received several prizes locally over the years and even a couple nationally.  The national photos, btw, were of my cats.  I have always loved cats and can’t remember life without one. When I turned 80 years old, I went into a complete “now…

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What to do With Ferals in Your Neighborhood

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What to do With Ferals in Your Neighborhood

by Beth Frank, President and Founder of Community Cats United, Inc Let’s talk about a few  topics in the world of community cats.  But first, what exactly is a community cat?  Community cat is a term that includes any unowned cat, whether they are feral (unsocialized) or friendly (lost or abandoned pet cats). These cats…

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