Wish List

One impactful way to help out is to purchase items from the Bronx Tails Amazon Wish List. These get shipped right to us and go directly toward helping cats.

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Help Out

 

DONATE

100% of your donations are used to improve the lives of feral and stray street cats! Bronx Tails Cat Rescue is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) animal rescue organization and donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

 

 

GIVE GOODS (Amazon Wishlist)

At your convenience, shop from our wishlist on Amazon. Supplies needed to care for cats get shipped directly to us!

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DONATE WHILE SHOPPING (Amazon Smile)

Choose us as your Amazon Smile charity and donate to Bronx Tails Cat Rescue while you shop on Amazon! Click below, and once logged into your account, just “select” Bronx Tails.

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ADOPT

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.

 

 

FOSTER

Can you provide a temporary safe, secure, and loving environment for a kitty in need until they find their forever home? If so, please fill out our foster application and/or contact us about fostering.

 

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VOLUNTEER

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.

 

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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.

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TRAP – NEUTER – RETURN (TNR)

TRAP – NEUTER – RETURN (TNR) is exactly what it sounds like … using humane traps to capture stray (thrown out) or feral (born outside, afraid of people) cats, taking them to the veterinarian to be spayed (girls) or neutered (boys), caring for them for a few days while they recover from surgery, and then returning them to the place where they were trapped. TNR is absolutely the most humane and effective way to control the feral and stray cat population. The volunteers of Bronx Tails feed hundreds of “outside” cats, TNR the cats we find, supply and set up winter shelters for them, teach and assist others with TNR projects, try to find homes for friendly strays, and provide medical care for sick and injured cats when possible. 

GET TRAINING AND EDUCATION

Feel free to message us on FB if you are willing and able to trap and want to inquire about the availability of space on one of our ASPCA transports.

If you are interested in learning more about TNR and colony care (for example, if you are feeding stray and/or feral cats and are ready to do your part to TNR them), a certification workshop can be a useful step 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. There are both in-person and online options. Both neighborhoodcats.org (including their “7 Steps of TNR” page), or NYC Feral Cat Initiative have good resources about TNR.

Certified Caretakers are eligible for a number of invaluable resources such as:

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.

More about spay/neuter resources in NYC and the surrounding area:

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WISHLIST

One impactful way to help out is to purchase items from the Bronx Tails Amazon Wish List. These get shipped right to us and go directly toward helping cats.

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Dee Dee and Marjoe

Dee Dee (the tortoiseshell kitten with the infected eye) and Marjoe (the white kitten) are recent rescues.

Dee Dee came to us with a horrible upper respiratory tract infection, full of fleas, and a very infected eye. She’s doing much better, and believe it or not, the eye looks better since she has been on meds. She will see a vet again in a few days to check it’s progress and evaluate next steps, which are expected to involve eye surgery.

Marjoe is the lone survivor from a litter of kittens that suffered from severe flea anemia who (thanks to care and meds) is making great progress!

Please consider helping us continue work like this by donating to Bronx Tails.

100% of your donations go toward helping stray and feral street cats. It’s easy and every penny counts, just click here, on the “DONATE” button on the top of our Facebook page, or on the PayPal donate button below.

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