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What to do with wild kittens in yard
« on: May 27, 2014, 10:27:07 AM »
I have a bunch of kittens in my backyeard about 2 months old I guess. I wanted to catch them an give them to a shelter for adoption. I called Muffins, but they were no help at all. Their answer was to do a search on kittens and shelters. I thought it was such a great organization.

Then I called 311. They said if the mother seems to be taking care of them, they can't do anything. So I said the mother wasn't and then they finally gave me a place to bring them. They also said if could catch the mother to bring it along with kittens.

Anyway, there are 3 black and grey striped ones and 2 black ones. Anyone want t free kitten or kittens? Use Contact link above and let me know.

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Re: What to do with wild kittens in yard
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2014, 05:22:56 PM »
I would try the NYC Feral Cat Initative here is there website:  http://nycferalcat.org/
If they cannot take the kittens they will at least be able to help with more information.
Also try some vets in the neighborhood I would recommend Brooklyn Vet Group on 5th Ave http://www.brooklynvetgroup.com/ and One Love on 3rd Ave http://onelovevet.com/. They are both very friendly places and would probably know what to do with the kittens. Best of luck!

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Re: What to do with wild kittens in yard
« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2014, 09:07:35 AM »
Caught three of them and brought them to Animal Control on Linden Blvd. They'll probably get adopted since there weren't many kittens out there, mostly older cats. Haven't seen the other two, so I guess they got homes nearby.