Hoboken isn’t alone with Feral Cats!

Hoboken411 doesn’t really have a position on these Feral Cats that pepper our neighborhoods. It is what it is. Some folks make it their life-long mission, while others feel they’re bad for our environment. I’m not playing that game…

But on a recent waterfront walk which took me miles up the Hudson to Edgewater, NJ – I spotted this whole crew of wild cats living under a strip mall on River Road. Some cats were completely un-fluttered by people walking by.

Which made me wonder. Does anyone know why they have those “Trap, Neuter, Return” programs – and not “Trap, Neuter and ADOPT?” Why do they throw them back in the wild? These kitties seem like they’d make great house guests. Why not?

Uptown Hoboken is Feral Cat infested

As you might know – the construction area uptown is home to many feral cats.

Happened to be walking the pooch there the other day when that lady feeds those felines as well. The cats come out to greet the woman – and some kitties were pretty much unfazed that Hoboken411 Mascot Oscar was going berserk.

In case you’re interested in helping these homeless pussycats – the next Neighborhood Feral Cat Workshop is on July 9th.