Derry Cats in Photo Contest

A little break from our usual…but hoping you want to help the Derry Township Community Cats program win some cash! We are entered into a photo contest with lots of other non-profits, and voting is today (Monday) through Friday. You don’t need to register or anything, just vote! You can vote once every 24 hours…Read more »

Callie’s Kittens

Early last March we (Derry Township Community Cats) was notified about a small colony that needed some spay/neuter attention. The caretaker had never heard of us, which amazes us, but it happens. She was, however, feeling overwhelmed and was glad for the help in controlling her outside kitty population. Problem was, at least one cat…Read more »

Nick and Nate

Sweetness alert…meet Nick and Nate. Nick (the tabby) and Nate (the tuxedo) came to us almost two weeks ago. Five weeks old at the time, and they were feral…or supposed to be. We’ve never met two less feral outdoor kittens in all our years of doing this work. They ran up to the people who…Read more »

Empty Bowls

I’ve rarely been so glad to see a bunch of empty bowls. But let me back up a bit. Scooter is a cat that we, at Derry Township Community Cats, took in about a week ago. He and his buddy were out on the streets and some folks took them in during a cold spell,…Read more »

Vote for Winston!

Those of you who follow me regularly here know that Derry Township Community Cats, our TNR program, is my baby. Our non-profit insurance company has a photo contest each year, and the top vote-getter receives $250 and the next 19 vote-getters receive $100, which spays/neuters three cats. We’ve entered the contest again this year, with…Read more »

Season’s End

Our Derry Township Community Cats season is over, and pet sitting is quiet until Christmas week. I am absolutely trashed, and so glad for some quieter days. There are still a few DTCC cats to keep an eye on. Winnie and Winston are with one foster and growing nicely.  And their mom, Willow, is with…Read more »

The Three W’s Progress Report

So much changes at this age for kittens! Winnie and Winston are approaching five weeks old and they’ve gone from little fluff balls who could only wobble to kittens who can scamper away from mom when they’re loose. Willow (mom) doesn’t particularly appreciate their attempts at independence and either calls them back or goes and…Read more »