- In Memory
Simpson is a sweet but shy orange kitty with a bobbed tail. He loves being with other animals and is fond of cuddling with friends in the cat tree for afternoon naps. He is about four years old, neutered, immunized and healthy. His tail was damaged while he was living outside trying to make it on his own and was removed surgically while he was still a kitten. Our Vet speculates that he was probably attacked from behind by a raccoon who was competing with him for available food.
He is still a bit insecure but wants to be everyone's friend. He is really adorable when he gets excited about seeing the birds at the feeder and his little stump wags back and forth at top speed.
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Putnam Felines, Inc. is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit, 501(c)3 organization working to help stray and feral cats in Putnam County. We believe that the problem of cat over-population will not be solved by adoption alone. Shelters are full and private adoption groups are unable to keep up with the demand for their services. We are practicing Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) because we believe it is the most effective and humane way of controlling feral and stray cat populations and protecting wildlife.
We believe our mission is best served by having all of our cats spayed or neutered and microchipped before they are adopted out. We also believe that all pet cats should be INDOOR ONLY and we turn down prospective adopters who do not agree with us. Microchips establish ownership, altered animals do not contribute to the over-population problem and indoor cats do not harm the environment.
Your donations are sincerely appreciated
Recurring Monthly Donations
We provide spay/neuter, adoption, food, shelter and vet services to as many cats as your tax deductible donations allow. Please make checks payable to:
Putnam Felines, Inc
P.O. Box 609,
Putnam Valley, NY, 10579
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