TNR Week: Enter to Win Free Stuff From Feral For Life!

Mon, Sep 13, 2010

Animal Welfare, Giveaways

Feral For Life T-Shirt

The awesome Brooklyn-based cat rescue organization Feral For Life is offering a special giveaway for TNR Week! One first place winner will get a Feral For Life T-shirt in their choice of green or black. This great graphic was designed by Martina Fugazzotto, and the t-shirt comes in both men’s and women’s styles.

The first place winner, along with four more winners, will each receive an “I Brake For Ferals” bumper sticker designed by Erik Kiesewetter. What fun prizes to show that you support feral cats and TNR! Thanks to Sonia Z. form for the giveaway.

I Brake For Ferals Bumper Sticker

To enter, please leave a comment on this post. The winners will be chosen in a random drawing on September 16. One entry per person. This giveaway includes shipping to addresses in the US and Canada.

And if you have a dollar or two to spare, you can always visit the Feral For Life website and make a donation to help support the important work they do to help the cats of Brooklyn!

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225 Responses to “TNR Week: Enter to Win Free Stuff From Feral For Life!”

  1. 1

    As the owner of a formal-feral and almost TNR kittie (her ear is clipped as I was introduced to her the day before she was released) I love this giveaway and this week’s focus! Thanks so much!

  2. 2
    lisa taylor-austin

    trying to enter the giveaway

  3. 3

    I brake for ferals too! :)

  4. 4

    I <3 FERALS!!!

  5. 5
    Sharon K

    I wish more communities would start the TNR programs, it’s the way to go!
    Thank you for the care you give the little ones. And thank you for this contest.

  6. 6

    I would really like to win this.

  7. 7

    if i win, i will pay for it! after all, the money goes to feral cats!

  8. 8

    Awesome! Go NY Kitties!

  9. 9

    I have a soft spot for ferals. and my kitty sure likes to watch them thru our living room window!

  10. 10

    Thanks for the opportunity to win the neat tshirt or bumper sticker~

  11. 11
  12. 12

    I love my ferals. My newest kitten is a feral rescue.

  13. 13

    These are great!

  14. 14
  15. 15

    Really glad that Moderncat is focusing on TNR. And Feral for Life, thanks for all you do.

  16. 16

    What a great cause! Thanks for high lighting TNR all week.

  17. 17

    yes! feral for life. i love it.

  18. 18

    i simply love the t-shirt design :<3

  19. 19

    ooh i like the shirts and the stickers!!

  20. 20

    I once took in a feral kitten. He was a wonderful and loving companion for many years.

  21. 21

    Thanks for making this weeks’s focus ferals. I wish more people would spay/neuter their pets. I am disheartend by the number of people who think its ok to just dump thier pets instead of working to find some kind of solution for thier situation.

  22. 22

    OMG I love the black t-shirt. This group is really awesome too.

  23. 23
    Theresa Spaid

    My heart goes out to the feral cats. Would love the tshirt

  24. 24

    I love ferals and I’m glad this week will be all about ferals.

  25. 25

    I live with a formerly feral myself–she’s a marvelous girl.

    I’m a feral kitten tamer–a demanding but rewarding enterprise! I’ve worked with Planned Feralhood in West Marin, CA, and Project Purr in Santa Cruz, CA.

    Thanks for your TNR week!

  26. 26

    I’ve heard of this organization, I really like what they do!

  27. 27

    I love my feral cats!!! More people need to see “Cat City”, they need know that even feral cats need love. Many were probably someone’s pet at one time. I’d wear my “Feral for Life” shirt proudly!! Keep up the good work!!

  28. 28

    The TNR program made a significant difference in the number of feral cats in areas of Boston. It is a good solution to allow the cats to live — and reduce the population of homeless animals.

    One little sweetie, who some call Pumpkin, has bad arthritis — and no one was sure she’d make it through another winter last year. Folks at an industrial property put an old sofa in an abandoned shed on the property for her and her friends. Even grown men care about these poor souls!

  29. 29
    Amy Bailey

    This is a terrific organization and one I’m proud to say I support. It’s so easy and common for even cat lovers to turn their backs on feral cats. Just because an animal may not be socialized enough to want to curl up in your lap doesn’t mean they don’t deserve the same love, care and compassion of our pets. The people who stand up for our ferals and fight for programs that protect them and put an end to the cycle of death and starvation should be held in the highest esteem. Thank you to Feral For Life and all their volunteers who selflessly give their time and effort to such a great cause.

  30. 30

    TNR is an awesome program to highlight on this blog. While most (if not all) readers probably have spoiled kitties, we need to remember those that are on the opposite end of the spectrum and do what we can to help! These shirts are awesome and I would love to promote Feral for Life by wearing one!

  31. 31

    What an awesome giveaway! I have raised 6 feral cats — 3 are still with me, and the other 3 I adopted to good homes. Nice job, “Feral For Life”!!

  32. 32

    Love these tees!

  33. 33

    All my cats come from a feral mom cat. Feral cats deserve positive recognition!

  34. 34

    We have quite a few similar organisations here in Sunny South Africa doing the most wonderful work on spaying/neutering and releasing ferals back into their colonies (also after tipping their one ear). I go through every single lunchtime with my container of cat food to feed ‘my’ furry feral friends. No matter how rough the morning has been at the office, the short interaction I have with them daily puts me in a far better frame of mind for the rest of the day before going home to my little rescued tabby, Lucyanydots.

  35. 35

    I wish I could open my own cat sanctuary, and if I could help all of the ferals in the world, I would. I have eight “throwaways” myself, I chose none, they all chose me, and I would not have missed any of the love and joy bestowed on me by my incredible felines for the world. I would be honored to wear one of these T-shirts.

  36. 36
    Jennifer K.

    Love it!

  37. 37

    I like that this approach is about encouraging education as a way to break the cycle.

  38. 38
    Sean Sonnenschein

    I don’t just brake for ferals but for all the animals i see running the streets.

  39. 39

    LOVE IT! In August of 2009 I took in two 12-week-old feral kittens (brothers). Intending to put them at my friend’s farm, my cat Oliver (already had him and Felix) took a liking to them, and they him, while I had them sequestered in my 3 season porch. A year later I have 4 healthy, happy, well-ajusted but neutered male cats. I am the cat lady. ; )

  40. 40

    i would LOVE to win this wonderful stuff!!

  41. 41
    Nicki S.

    If you live in Cleveland, Ohio, know that Lucky Paws Animal Rescue has a big TNR program.

  42. 42

    I love those T shirts! The design is great and they make a statement about the wearer

  43. 43

    My two former feral sweeties would love to have a nap on that t-shirt. Great giveaway to promote a great cause.

  44. 44
    Aaron House

    Feral… until December. What? I get cold.

  45. 45

    The plight of homeless and feral cats is heartbreaking. I’m grateful for all the terrific organizations that help, and advocate adoption for strays and TNR for ferals.

    I’d also LOVE to have this t-shirt!

  46. 46

    My mom and I have been caring for as many as 5 ferals at a time who come to live at our house…we just lost our oldest who came to us 8 years ago.

    They went from gettin some dry kibble in the very back of our property to eating wet food twice a day on the porch, the kibble is kept in the garage now since they have access to come and go as they please from the garage and their many kitty beds.

  47. 47

    And oh my goodness… the story about sweet, sweet Honeybee on the Feral for Life website… heartwrenching. :( It takes such a strong individual to work rescue and TNR.

  48. 48
    Edward Sonnenschein

    What a great program. I fully support it. I once had two black cats for over 10 years that came from the streets. They were as loveable as all the others i have had and the female was one of the smartest cats I have encountered and I have had more than 12 through my lifetime. Keep the good stuff coming.

  49. 49

    I laughed out loud when I saw the bumpersticker! I hope I can get the Dutch to brake for ferals as well, if I win!
    Lovely design!

  50. 50

    Important issue. Thanks for bringing this issue to our attention.

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