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Cat People of Montgomery Street

by Yori Yanover

Walking down Montgomery Street this morning I spotted this nice lady feeding cats behind the benches. She was cautious about giving me her name, even her first name, because, apparently, not everyone on the block is a cat lover.

She and three other neighbors have been taking care of feral cats for a long time. They trap the animals and spay them. They also provide a daily meal for them. She was in a hurry to go to work, and, like I said, a bit suspicious about my intentions. I gave her our domain name and told her the story would be published mid-morning. I’ll try to come by tomorrow for more on this story.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spaying/neutering and caring for feral cats is an act of true love. It stops them from reproducing more unwanted kittens. And once they're sterilized, they tend to stick to one spot and stop doing things like spraying and fighting.

Thank you, Cat People of Montgomery Street, and thank you LoHo, for featuring them.

10/13/2006 7:58 AM  

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