Community Cats

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The Metro Cat Rescue volunteers try to care for community cats in back yards.

The Metro Cat Rescue volunteers try to care for community cats in back yards. There, they can install shelters and provide dishes for the food as well as the water. Also, away from the street, the congregating cats are not obvious. This makes it less likely that heartless people will abandon house cats. Having the neighborhood cats in a protected space reduces the risk of abuse and cruelty.

When there is no access to private property, then dishes are not used for the food. This helps to keep unfriendly people nearby from being aware of the cats. Only the amount dry food that will be quickly consumed is placed on the sidewalk or behind fences. Water bowls are hidden in places that cats will see but that won’t be obvious to people.

The cats are now fed just before dawn. Our volunteers were going out earlier, but raccoons showed up in the dark. The masked marauders chased away the cats and ate all of the food.
Cat feeders have had to deal with people out early walking large and aggressive dogs that the owners either were unwilling or unable to control.
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Metro Cat Rescue coordinates the volunteer care of many outdoor cats in a number of colonies. We’re working hard to bring some inside to socialize and to place in good homes. This takes lots of time, space and money.

Our day with the rescue cats starts at 6am and ends at 8pm. Volunteer feeding of community cats is at dawn.

Metro Cat Rescue needs your help so that we can continue to help cats living in the streets. It’s quick and convenient to DONATE. Just click on the Link above to our GoFundMe Page If everyone reading this gave SOMETHING, we’d be well on the way to providing for suffering cats who have to fend for themselves. THANK YOU!

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Outdoor Cats

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Metro Cat Rescue coordinates the volunteer care of many outdoor cats in a number of colonies.

Cats belong in a home, not out on the street. Care responsibly for the ones that don’t have a place of their own. Feed only as much as the cats will eat, not leaving any extra to encourage visits from rats or wildlife. Don’t let empty cans and other trash to accumulate and so create resentment from people living nearby. And — most importantly — NEUTER!

Metro Cat Rescue coordinates the volunteer care of many outdoor cats in a number of colonies. We’re working hard to bring some inside to socialize and to place in good homes. This takes lots of time, space and money.

Our day with the rescue cats starts at 6am and ends at 8pm. Volunteer feeding of community cats is at dawn.

Metro Cat Rescue needs your help so that we can continue to help cats living in the streets. It’s quick and convenient to DONATE. Just click on the Link above to our GoFundMe Page If everyone reading this gave SOMETHING, we’d be well on the way to providing for suffering cats who have to fend for themselves. THANK YOU!

MetroCatRescue@gmail.com

Metro Cat Rescue Facebook Page

The beautiful Venus DeCoco was a feral kitten when she arrived.

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The beautiful Venus DeCoco was a feral kitten when she arrived

The beautiful Venus DeCoco, born among the cars in an inner-city parking lot, was a feral kitten when she arrived. Indeed, when first placed in her temporary quarters, Ms. DeCoco delivered a solid bite to a finger with one long tooth neatly bouncing off of the bone. (The current bandage does not reflect that drama; the irritation so covered just is from washing the little crew’s bowls.)

Venus DeCoco’s days as a wild cat are oh so 2016. Now quite the lovey-dovey, she wants to be held all day.

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Metro Cat Rescue more popular than Joe Piscopo on Facebook!

Metro Cat Rescue saved this kitten from the cold street.

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Metro Cat Rescue has more Facebook Likes than Joe Piscopo, 6,226 to 3,793.

Metro Cat Rescue’s Anthony Olszewski – former bartender, former exterminator, lifelong resident of Jersey City and current member of Mensa — was asked to comment:
“I was surprised and humbled to learn that the Facebook audience finds Metro Cat Rescue’s pictures and stories of saved kittens and cats more interesting than Joe Piscopo. Piscopo – star of stage, screen, tube and speaker, ambassador of New Jersey culture and possible candidate for statewide office – has a 50,000 watt radio transmitter to let people know that he’s there. All I’ve got is a storefront on a side street in Jersey City!”

And the Metro Cat Rescue Facebook 6,226 Likes paw print is bigger than that of other radio celebrities, too. There’s Frank Morano (2,394), the 50,000 watt behemoth radio stations AM 970 (3,577) and WOR 710 (6,152), Gotti Family fan (NOT!) Curtis and attorney avec pony tail Kuby (6039), and even “One of America’s most listened to Radio/TV personalities, heard by over 16 million radio listeners a month” Mark Simone (5,868).
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Anthony Olszewski and friends established Metro Cat Rescue to save kittens and cats — like those abandoned to the cruel horrors of the street by heartless owners. Metro Cat Rescue also cares for kittens that shelters routinely kill for being “too much trouble”. The dream is to establish a facility to provide care for homeless kittens and cats with easily treated but contagious conditions — those innocents that now elsewhere regularly are made to die.

The Web Site is http://MetroCatRescue.com

Metro Cat Rescue 6226
https://www.facebook.com/MetroCatRescue

Joe Piscopo 3793
https://www.facebook.com/jrzyjoepiscopo

Curtis and Kuby 6039
https://www.facebook.com/CurtisandKuby

Frank Morano 2394
https://www.facebook.com/moranofan

AM970 3577
https://www.facebook.com/AM970TheAnswer

wor710 6152
https://www.facebook.com/WOR710

Mark Simone 5,868
https://www.facebook.com/mark.simone

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The little Metro Cat Rescue crew wants to thank everyone who donated through our Amazon Wish List.

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Beautiful rescue kitten Venus DeCoco was brushed for the first time today.

Beautiful Venus DeCoco and the rest of the little Metro Cat Rescue crew want to thank everyone who donated through our Amazon Wish List. Each should have received a note of appreciation. If anyone did not, please accept a BIG THANK YOU with this post.

Perhaps due to the holidays rush, some of the Amazon deliveries arrived without paper work. Because of that, there was no way of contacting the donors to let them know how grateful we are.

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Metro Cat Rescue saved these kittens from a one-way ride to the junk yard!

Beautiful rescue kitten Venus DeCoco was brushed for the first time today.

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Beautiful rescue kitten Venus DeCoco was brushed for the first time today.

Venus DeCoco was brushed for the first time today. At the start, she was a little nervous. Venus very soon enjoyed her little beautification treatment.

Beautiful rescue kitten Venus DeCoco was brushed for the first time today.

Metro Cat Rescue needs your help so that we can help kittens and cats in danger of death. Visit our GoFundMe Page to donate or click on the Link for the Amazon Wish List. If everyone reading this went to the GoFundMe Page and gave SOMETHING, we’d be well on the way to providing for suffering cats left to fend for themselves. THANK YOU!

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Beautiful rescue kitten Venus DeCoco was brushed for the first time today.

Metro Cat Rescue saved this beautiful kitten Venus.

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Venus DeCoco was a kitten living in a cared for colony of ferals.

Venus DeCoco was a kitten living in a cared for colony of ferals. As the chill of autumn set in once and for all, the tyke’s health began to fail.

Venus came to Metro Cat Rescue sick with a cold and had to be kept by herself so as not to infect the other kittens and cats. Missing her life of freedom and friends, the little girl often sobbed with tears falling from her eyes. Very wild, human friendship at first was rejected.

After a trip to the vet, medicine, good food and warmth, Venus DeCoco became well, She has a kitten buddy. Beautiful Venus now loves people and is happy to be held all day.

Metro Cat Rescue saved this beautiful kitten Venus.

Metro Cat Rescue needs your help so that we can help kittens and cats in danger of death. Visit our GoFundMe Page to donate or click on the Link for the Amazon Wish List. If everyone reading this went to the GoFundMe Page and gave SOMETHING, we’d be well on the way to providing for suffering cats left to fend for themselves. THANK YOU!

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Metro Cat Rescue saved this beautiful cat from the cold!

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Metro Cat Rescue brought this beautiful cat in out of the cold!

GREAT NEWS! Sophisti-cat Tia Tortie is in out of the freezing cold! Now comes the work of socializing a feral cat. She’s got to visit the vet for a checkup ASAP, too.

Help us help kittens and cats in need. Donate at the Metro Cat Rescue GoFundMe Page or at our Amazon Wish List.

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Here’s Venus DeCoco, a beautiful autumn leaf shaded calico kitten.

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Metro Cat Rescue now has Venus inside for recuperation and socialization.

Here’s Venus DeCoco, a beautiful autumn leaf shaded calico. A feral kitten living in a parking lot in Newark, her health began to fail as the weather turned cold. Metro Cat Rescue now has Venus inside for recuperation and socialization.

The wiring behind Venus is for a reptile heater that’s attached underneath a pyrex baking dish. With a towel that’s changed every day on top, this provides a warm and cozy bed for a kitten in need.

Help us help kittens and cats in need. Donate at the Metro Cat Rescue GoFundMe Page or at our Amazon Wish List.

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Bird Rescue

Confidant that we would provide proper care for these Zebra Finches, distance was not a problem.

When a bird lover’s boiler failed last December, they realized that quick action was going to be needed to save the lives of their little pets. Even though located eighty miles away in Upstate New York, they drove to New Jersey to bring the birds here. Confidant that we would provide proper care for these Zebra Finches, distance was not a problem