Bronx Tails Cat Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
We are volunteers, dedicated to improving the lives of local stray and feral cats in the Bronx and Harlem by performing Trap-Neuter-Return of stray and feral cats living in managed colonies in our communities, providing medical care for sick and injured feral cats, and rescuing friendly strays for adoption to forever homes.
Though we are NOT a shelter and can not take in any surrendered pets, we may be able to make helpful (or at least practical) suggestions.
For more about what we do, as well as the T-N-R (Trap, Neuter, Return) progam, click here.
Your donations (which are tax deductible) can be used to improve the lives of feral and stray street cats. Click here to donate to Bronx Tails.
Skills, time, transportation, space for cats to recover ... these things and more are all helpful to the cause. What can you volunteer? Contact us to get in touch and discuss.
If you're ready to make the commitment to provide a safe, secure, and loving FOREVER home to an animal companion, visit our adoption page to see our currently adoptable pets and come by one of our adoption events.
Can you provide a temporary safe, secure, and loving environment for a kitty in need until they find their forever home? If so, please contact us about fostering.
GET TRAINING AND EDUCATION
If you are interested in learning more about TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) and colony care, a certification workshop is the first step you should take to gain the knowledge and skills needed to help the feral and stray community cats in your area. Visit the NYC Feral Cat Initiative of the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals to learn about free workshops on TNR and Colony Care. Certified Caretakers are eligible for a number of invaluable resources such as free or low-cost spay/neuter, trap loans, and transportation for cats and traps.
EDUCATE YOURSELF AND YOUR COMMUNITY
The below links are a good place to start in terms of educating yourself about the issues and needs of the stray and feral cat population, as well as resources on how to effectively work with your community.