We have great news! Last month, we asked residents of Yonkers, NY to write to their city council to voice support for Mayor Spano’s Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) fund proposal. Last night we learned the proposal was approved! This means that $15,000 will be allotted to TNR efforts in Yonkers—helping countless cats and their caregivers. We all know that TNR not only saves and improves the lives of community cats, but it also has a positive impact on the community as a whole.
This funding proposal was a product of the raised awareness of community cats after the horrific killings of at least 25 cats in Yonkers a few short months ago. We are extremely pleased to see positive changes for Yonkers’ cats come out of this devastating ordeal—and we are still committed to getting the cats the justice they deserve.
Thanks to all the Yonkers residents who reached out to city council members and made this TNR funding happen.