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From Killer Looks to No-Kill to Nabbing a Kitten Killer: The Barbi Twins Connect the Dots to Save Animals

Joan K. Smith | Posted 08.29.2014 | Impact
Joan K. Smith

What do stray cats and the ocean have to do with each other? Quite a bit in the current work of Shane and Sia Barbi, better known as the Barbi Twin...

Cats Caught On Camera Killing Endangered Seabirds

The Huffington Post | Clarke Reilly | Posted 07.07.2014 | Green

The island of Kauai has so many stray cats, it's actually affecting Hawaii's bird population -- even worse, they're endangered birds. Scientists ha...

States' Support for Trap-Neuter-Return Is Gaining Momentum

Becky Robinson | Posted 07.01.2013 | Green
Becky Robinson

We've achieved many victories for cats over the past 23 years but we need many more. Americans can add their voice to this movement by asking their lawmakers to support legislation that protects cats and ends the senseless killing in our nation's pounds and shelters.

Trap-Neuter-Return: The Best Approach to Feral Cat Management

Becky Robinson | Posted 05.05.2013 | Green
Becky Robinson

Trap-neuter-return, a program through which feral cats are humanely trapped, neutered at a clinic and then returned to their outdoor homes to live out their lives, stabilizes feral cat colony growth and gradually reduces the population of outdoor cats compassionately and effectively.

Florida College Builds Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired 'Dorms' For Cats

The Huffington Post | Tyler Kingkade | Posted 02.19.2013 | College

Florida Southern College is building new dorms inspired by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright ... for cats. While they won't exactly be dormitories p...

Bonnie Christian

World Rabies Day: Feral Cat Colonies Targeted | Bonnie Christian | Posted 11.27.2011 | Green

As public health officials raise awareness about rabies on World Rabies Day this Wednesday, a hot debate has emerged in public health and environmenta...

Report Calling for Killing of Feral Cats Is Dangerous Shot in the Dark

Wayne Pacelle | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Wayne Pacelle

A recent report by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln suggests feral cats be shot or be captured in body-crushing traps as a means to "control" them.