if you’ve ever been to New York, you already know how crowded it can be with people everywhere, which is part of its charm and also part of is frustrating nature of a big city. Of course with so many people roaming around, it’s not surprising that New York also has a high feral cat population, estimated at 200,000.
The cat pet population is estimated to be around 576,000 with people adopting around 14,000 cats every year. That means if you live in New York, spay or neuter your cat, adopt more cats, and help out at an animal shelter to make sure feral cats can find a good home.
New York may be a great city, but it can be even better if it can get its feral cat population under control with your help. To read more about New York’s feral cat population, click here.