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In late November, 2007, we told you about The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey’s plan to catch and kill cats from John F. Kennedy International Airport’s property. Cat advocates came together, sending hundreds of letters to the officials at the Port Authority and with your help and local leaders’ pressure, trapping was halted.

Unfortunately, this past Memorial Day, the Port Authority alerted animal advocates that the plan to catch and kill the cats at JFK airport would commence again, effective immediately. Read more about their decision.

Through it all, we have worked closely with the Mayor’s Alliance for New York City Animals, who have been negotiating with the Port Authority on this matter. Alley Cat Allies has sent yet another letter to the officials of the Port Authority asking them again to stop their inhumane, ineffective methods to remove the cats and instead work with the caregivers and local advocates in implementing a Trap-Neuter-Return program.

Take a moment to send a letter to the Port Authority asking them to once again stop their catch and kill methods of feral cat management.

Becky Robinson

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Dear Chairman Coscia,

Don’t repeat what happened sixth months ago. Do the right thing for the felines at JFK airport. Allow one of the many organizations offering assistance to implement a humane solution. Catching and killing is not the answer. A Trap-Neuter-Return program is the only answer. The felines are not going away – but their population can be managed.

Cruelty is cruelty – it was then, it is now. Stop the trapping and killing of cats at the JFK airport.




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June 1, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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