During the current coronavirus crisis, many people are isolated indoors, which means less food scraps outside for animals, including feral cats, to eat. That’s why Latonya “Sassee” Walker, 50, a biller for the New York City Health and Hospitals, has been taking care of her neighborhood wild cat population for ten years.

Since the pandemic, she’s nearly doubled the number of cats she cares for, and is paying more out of pocket for their vet services. This just shows what a difference one person can make in the world.

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