Update on Kingston’s Feral Cat Crisis
Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative

Kingston’s Feral Cat Crisis and SNKI’s Role There’s been a lot of media attention recently about Kingston’s feral cat crisis which we think is a great thing. Due to increased queries and questions concerning SNKI’s role in stepping down from managing the city’s TNVR program, we felt it important to offer a few clarifications. The […]

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SNKI 2018 STATS

2018 Stats for Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative. # of Cats Fixed: 246# of Cats/Kittens Adopted: 86# of New Colonies: Big (5) Small (26)# of Cats Returned to their Colonies: 152# of Cats/Kittens Taken into Foster Care: 94 Amount spent by City of Kingston: $15,386.52. ($10,000 transferred to voucher program in November of 2018). Amount spent by […]

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City TNVR Updates and SNKI’s Role

There is a very nice article, written by Elliot Ferguson, in the February 19th, 2019 edition of the Kingston Whig Standard which addresses, in part, the need for a high-volume, reduced cost, spay/neuter clinic – something for which SNKI has been advocating for quite some time. https://www.thewhig.com/…/animal-activist-worries-about-f SNKI began operating in 2009 and, due to […]

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Kingston’s Feral Cat Problem
Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative

Earlier this season SNKI teamed up with For the Love of Ferals to help stabilize a feral / barn colony situation that got out of hand. Below is a CKWS TVinterview re Kingston’s local colony cat problems, the solutions available and what’s needed next.  Check it out… Kingston currently offers two ways of dealing with the […]

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