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JFK Feral Cats to Be Executed; Rally Tuesday June 3

SaveKitty protests Port Authority's inhumane tactics

SaveKitty protests Port Authority’s inhumane tactics

The hundreds of feral cats living at JFK airport are facing death once again. Today, AMNY reports the Port Authority plans to capture the cats and turn them in to animal shelters. The organization continues to refuse assistance from The Humane Society of the United States and other animal protection groups offering—at no cost—a humane and effective solution towards feral cat management through a Trap-Neuter-Return program. The Port Authority seems unsympathetic to the fact that placement in a city shelter is a near death sentence for the wild critters, most of whom aren’t tame enough to be adopted into homes.

Here’s how you can help:

Attend the Rally to Save JFK Cats. Tuesday, June 3rd, 11:15am- 1pm (Rain or Shine) at Port Authority headquarters, 225 Park Avenue South, between 18th and 19th Streets, Manhattan.

Contact the following officials:

Christopher O. Ward, Executive Director
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
225 Park Avenue South, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10003

Port Authority Corporate Headquarters
General: (212) 435-7000
Public Affairs: (212) 435-7777
Fax: (212) 435-4032

Anthony R. Coscia, Chairman
Board of Commisioners
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Phone: (732) 846-2120 (direct line) or (732) 846-7600 (general number for Mr. Coscia’s law firm)
Fax: (732) 846-8877

Update 5/30: Optional Rally RSVP via Facebook.


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    This is horrible, I will definitely try to make it if I can! You should consider making a Facebook event of this, it would probably bring in quite a few young people to protest this cruelty!

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    AGREE–this is not the way to end the ferrell cat…
    People are responsible for starting the horrible thing by throwing their cats out by the road and then they are never fixed…People then want to destroy what they have created…GLad God doesn’t do that everyday…