Please Help Save This Colony of Cats

by , 06/12/14

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A colony of cats in Plumb Beach, Brooklyn has been tagged for demolition, and local animal rights activists are working to save them or to at least buy a little time to find them new homes. The strays have been living in the area for over a decade, but the National Park Service says that the feline habitat is prohibited on federal parkland. If you’d like to help these kitties out, please take a moment to contact the Parks Department’s Doug Adamo at (718)-354-4510 or and ask him to reconsider demolishing the colony or to give volunteers more time to safely relocate it.


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