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19th Ward Community Cats

This group is for 19th Ward residents who are concerned about the plight of stray, feral, and abandoned cats in our neighborhood.  It is our goal to live in a community where all cats are treated humanely and cats and humans live in harmony.

Location: Rochester
Members: 42
Latest Activity: Jan 23

Please don't litter! Spay and neuter!

Please check out our Facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/19thWardCommunityCats/

That is where most of our communication is happening right now.  You may also contact us via the 19th Ward Community Association at 328-6571 to get on our email list.

19th Ward Community Cats was hard at work in 2015!!!  In 2015, we were able to spay/neuter 287 free roaming cats in the 19th Ward as part of the City Kitty project.  They were also vaccinated,  and treated for fleas, worms, and parasites.  That's 287 outdoor cats who've received vet care and will no longer be reproducing on our streets or be vulnerable to disease!  Approximately 80 of those cats/kittens were placed for adoption with our City Kitty partner, Four-Legged Friends Animal Adoptions, Inc., and they're now in loving forever homes- off the streets entirely!  Members of this group and colony caretakers volunteer their time and bear the financial burden for much of this work.  If you'd like make a financial contribution to this group please take or mail your donation to the 19th Ward Community Association Office, 216 Thurston Road.  Every dollar is spent on vet care for our community cats.  If you'd like to help in any other way, please let us know!  Thank you!!
 

Discussion Forum

Tough Winter for Cats! Help!

Started by Mark Sweetland Jan 23. 0 Replies

Found on Aldine Street

Started by Kathleen M. Glennon Aug 1, 2015. 0 Replies

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Comment by Denise McCall on September 27, 2016 at 7:24pm

Hello neighbors,

My roommate's indoor kitty went missing last Wednesday, September 21st.  We live on Burlington Ave near the corner of Brooks Ave.  The kitty answers to the name of "Sophie" and I've included a couple of photos of her.  She's not very friendly to strangers so I doubt that anyone took her.  I've walked my Corgi around the block on both Woodbine and Post Avenues and thankfully did not see her hit by a car.  If anyone even thinks they may have seen her, please contact me.  My roommate is heartsick.  Thank you for your help!

Denise

Comment by Rich Damick on July 11, 2016 at 9:58pm

Found male kitten on Grandview Ter on July 4th.  Please reply here if he's yours or you would like to adopt.  He's very friendly and litter trained. He's staying inside with us right now.  Please hurry, he's a lover.

Comment by Jesse Knoth on June 14, 2015 at 4:27pm

 My cat Franti got out late last night from my house on Trafalgar. He is a large long haired black cat. He has a collar with his name and my phone number, 845-706-2320. Franti is disabled and has limited use of his back legs. 

Comment by Sheri Tehan on September 29, 2014 at 9:09pm

Comment by Sheri Tehan on September 29, 2014 at 9:07pm

Just found the email!

Comment by Sheri Tehan on September 29, 2014 at 9:06pm

MacClurg, If someone is trying to reach me, please have her call the Association Office, 328-6571, and leave a number where she may be reached.  Sorry for the delay.  We are not using this group much for communication these days.

Comment by Marcy Lloyd on February 28, 2014 at 11:13pm

Hi Marian, Zarina (the friend's cat being fostered all this time) URGENTLY needs a new foster home (landlord complaining about more than 2 cats).

She is quiet, mostly sleeps in a quiet out-of-the-way place and is pleasant and easy-going. Karen is making progress, but this could be a while longer. She would like to be able to visit her when she is able, but often has car troubles and work schedule challenges that would make those rare, but the little girl is running out of options. I still haven't resolved my own dual cat interactions because my time is consumed with my daughter's multiple health issues.

Anyone out there who could help? Karen would try to help by providing litter and cat food as often as she could.

Call me, someone, pls!  328-3141

Comment by Sheri Tehan on January 3, 2014 at 8:39am

I am not sure if it is a violation.  However, I would be very careful about playing that card because, technically, you could be charged with trespassing.  KFC could also make a very good argument that the cats will not starve since they clearly had a food source before you started feeding them.

Comment by Sheryl Beauchemin on January 2, 2014 at 9:28pm
I've been feeding, at minimum 6 cats, behind the KFC on Chili Ave. for a month or so. They live in the 10" drainage pipe that empties into the side gully. Unobtrusively behind the brick wall of their dumpster area, I leaned a small board to keep the food dry. Anticipating the extreme cold this week, I made two small shelters (all black), placing one down in the gully and another off to the side under a cedar, facing the woods. This evening, in a foot of snow, an employee came out and told me she was going to remove the shelter & food, remove the cedar tree and I couldn't feed the cats because it was a business. I believe that because they are already in the shelters and accustomed to being fed, it would be a violation of the federal cruelty to animals act (§ 353) for her to dislodge and starve them in this weather. Am I right?
Comment by Marian Boutet on August 15, 2013 at 4:33pm

Another pet food recall, this time for Iams and Eukanuba dry dog food, and Eukanuba dry cat food. 

P&G Voluntarily Recalls Limited Quantity of Dry Pet Food Due to...

 

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ABOUT THE 19TH WARD

19th Ward Community Association
Rochester City Living
RocWiki.org

 

ANIMAL RELATED SERVICES

To report animal cruelty, call 911 or  THE ANIMAL CRUELTY HOTLINE: (585) 223-6500

Coupon offers from Pet Saver Superstore

City of Rochester Low-income Spay/Neuter for pet Dogs and Cats

Rochester Community Animal Clinic - low-income spay/neuter for pet dogs and cats, and feral cats

PAWS, Inc.Providing Animal Welfare Services

Scottsville Veterinary Adoptions - Petco Clinics

City of Rochester Adopt a Dog or Cat

Lollypop Farm, The Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County 

 

BUYING A HOME IN THE 19TH WARD

Brooks Court New Homes

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City of Rochester Property Information

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COMMUNITY LINKS

Arnett Public Library

Brooks Landing

City Councilman  Adam McFadden

City Councilman  Dana Miller

City of Rochester 

County Legislator 25th District John Lightfoot

County Legislator 27th  District  Willie Lightfoot

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Metro Justice

RGRTA Bus Information

Minority Reporter

Rochester Green Living

ROCSPOT

Sector 4 Comm. Developmant Corp

SWAN Community Band

Savor Life Radio Show

Teen Empowerment

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UR Gov. & Community Relations

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EDUCATION

Rochester Prep Charter School

U.S. Dept. of Education

 

FAITH COMMUNITY

St. Monica Church

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El Latino Restaurant
D and L Groceries
Hand Crafted Wrought Iron
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