CSM Stray Foundation (USA) Inc

TNR'ing the Ferals (Trap/Neuter/Return)

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CSM Stray Foundation
(USA) Inc
PO Box 150128
Kew Gardens NY 11415-0128

Officers & Executive
Board
President
Carole S. Milker
Treasurer
Nancy Fahnestock
Secretary
Diane Falkowitz

Maple adjusts to its new colony

Contact us at
csmstray@aol.com
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917 846-0934
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A group of feral cats at feeding time
CSM Stray Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable animal protection group registered with the IRS and New York State promoting humane treatment for feral cats and no-kill alternatives. Your donations are tax deductible in accordance with tax laws.

CSM Strays originated in the Kew Gardens area of Queens.  We are members of the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, Inc., the NYC Feral Cat Council and ASPCA's "Partners in Caring."

We promote TNR in the control of feral cat overpopulation, provide educational workshops and give hands-on assistance to feral cat caregivers throughout the Borough of Queens.

A Senior Citizen Shelter-building Program provides permanent shelters for feral cat colonies.  We also arrange for veterinary services such as spay/neuter, vaccinations, and other medical treatments before the feral cats are returned.

Occasionally permanent homes are found for suitable cats.  We do not advocate the declawing of any animal for adoption but will find homes for declawed cats.

We train members of the community to manage their feral colonies.  We do not relocate feral cats.

We recommend that if you are interested in getting training in learning to manage a feral cat colony, you contact the NYC Feral Cat Council and find out the available workshops for your project.  CSM Strays takes pride in helping the seniors of Queens that are not physically able to take a workshop and need direct assistance in trapping, transporting and returning their feral cats. 

Flufftail is a gentle giant and likes to eat dry food. Maine Coone cats are prevalent in the Northeast. She gets trapped once each year for shots and grooming.
Bubbles waits for breakfast. Food is kept in the container to keep dry in the rain and snow. Our ferals are left ear-tipped and are all spay/neutered and vaccinated.
CSM Stray Foundation is a Maddie's Pet Partner. Click on the logo to find out about Maddie's Fund
Useful links below.   Click on the links below to find important information.
Register for TNR Workshops
Register for ongoing TNR Workshops
Sponsored by
Alley Cat Allies
Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals
ASPCA
 
Click on this link
to register for these and other TNR workshops
and receive TNR Certification

 

Donate $50 or more to our senior feral cat 

emergency medical fund and receive some 

unique CSM Stray TNR photostamps as a token of our appreciation.

 

Send them to friends and family 

to promote awareness of TNR 

 


100% of your donations
assist the care and management
of feral cats that have no voice.
Your contributions are fully tax 
deductible.