Pets Oct 17, 2014 Learn How You Can Help the Feral Cats of Astoria As you no doubt know, over the past year there have been some pretty ghastly things happening to the feral/stray cats in Astoria. The website Astoria 7 has been on (…) Share this Scoop by Meg Cotner total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print As you no doubt know, over the past year there have been some pretty ghastly things happening to the feral/stray cats in Astoria. The website Astoria 7 has been on (…) by Meg Cotner Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Photo credit: Astoria 7 As you no doubt know, over the past year there have been some pretty ghastly things happening to the feral/stray cats in Astoria. The website Astoria 7 has been on the forefront of spreading information and awareness about the cats, and on Sunday, October 19 they are coming out and tabling in the Ditmars area by the Starbucks on 31st Street/Ditmars. From the event posting: October 16th is National Feral Cat Day. Astoria7, with the help of Roberto Bonelli (thank you Roberto!), is planning a community outreach on Sunday, October 19th. We will have a table with flyers and materials about TNR, as well as flyers about NYC’s missing cats (which people can also take to post around the Astoria neighborhood). Please stop by and pick up materials and find out how you can help to reduce the feral cat population, and advocate for better protection of this vulnerable little animal. They’ll be out there from 1 to 3 p.m. Twitter Facebook Email Print Astoria 7feral catsstarbucksstray catstabling About Meg Cotner Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver. 3 Comments Kittypkat November 6th, 2017 I live in a large complex near Astoria. People are constantly dumping cats off here. I took in 2 of them. Now I have 4 cats. Last year I was notified of 4 newborn kittens. They were left in a plastic bag full of water under a car tire. The 2 cats I took in were adults that were dumped off. 6 years ago I took in a kitten whose eyes were not even open yet. It was left in the elevator. It’s not the cats fault they’re out there. There should be a bounty on the cruel people who abandon the helpless cats. Reply Pete J October 21st, 2014 . . .and on trolls. Reply South Side Johnny October 20th, 2014 There should be a bounty on feral cats, pigeons, and rats. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.