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. 101
    Lisa Ziegelheim

    This is such a worthwhile cause and I’m glad you’re spreading the news to everyone!

  2. 102

    as someone who practices and supports TNR, any of these items would rock! i have a few fosters that were friendly kitties abandoned amongst ferals. i also tip the ears of my rescues that are friendly for their safety. it’s a harmless practice that may save their lives :-)

  3. 103

    Glad to see the ferals are getting some good press and people are getting good education about them. 6 of my kitties are from TNR groups, the 7th is from a shelter. Yay kitties!

  4. 104

    Both of my big furry boys were rescued feral kittens, so I can totally relate to that motto! They can be total love-bugs, but watch out when they get to racing around the house!

  5. 105
    Courtney W.

    I’m glad you’re helping get the message out about TNR.

  6. 106

    So important to educate the public about the ferals. Thank you for covering this important topic.

  7. 107
    Amy Chamberlain

    Such a great cause. I love these bumper stickers!!

  8. 108

    I love the bumper sticker – and it is so true.

  9. 109

    I thank you for the information on TNR that you have provided this week on such an important issue.There is so much I did not know and I am glad I am aware of now.

  10. 110
    Sandy Y

    As someone who takes care of a feral colony, I love and need this shirt!

  11. 111

    I would wear this shirt when I feed two feral colonies that have some beautiful cats.

  12. 112

    thank you for these very educational posts about TNR

  13. 113
    Teri Zanti

    I’m a mom to 4 kitties that came from a feral mom. I caught the mom and had her spayed and returned back to the backyard without ever being able to pet her. Sadly, she disappeared about 4 years later, but her babies are very happy and healthy living indoors.

  14. 114

    Want want want! :-) Ferals are kitties too.

  15. 115
    Linda Becar

    This is great! I do all I can to have animals spay and neutered. I also have 25 wonderful loving cats who are fixed and have a happy home. I stop for any animals that needs help and I feed 6 strays at my home. This is a wonderful way to get the word out about ferals.

  16. 116

    We had lots of what you would call feral cats on our farm growing up. We called them “barn cats”. They had a pretty good life where as I don’t think street cats have it so easy. We gave our barn cats food in addition to all the mice and rats they could catch and eat. We also made sure they had medication when they needed it. They were wild as could be when it came to human interaction, but they had lots of freedom and a warm safe place to sleep at night.

    In an ideal world – feral cats would be respected and treated well by society for their job in keeping the rodent population down.

  17. 117

    Such a great presentation and inspiration!

  18. 118

    This is a great way to get the word out there, I love the idea and would love a chance to spread the news myself. Thanks again for doing TNR week!

  19. 119
    Lynne D

    I have 13 indoor cats and feed a colony behind my house. I love all of them with all my heart.

  20. 120

    I was a volunteer for the TNR program in my neighborhood and I would love to have a T-Shirt-it is a great conversation starter to educate folks about the program.

  21. 121

    We rescued a feral kitten, and she is the sweetest cat we’ve ever had! I wish more people would give ferals a chance.

  22. 122
    Janie Harley

    Having moved from Scotland, I believed stray & feral cats to be an international problem, and it is. I took in 4 strays and one feral in Scotland and believed we had a real problem in Scotland until I moved to Canada in 2003. I have never seen such a man made problem, the problem in Windsor/Essex ON beyond belief. I have rescued 3 strays and 4 feral’s since being in Canada. I now am responsible for 5 of those cats. My father once said to me, everything has a right to live. I just wish we could all believe that. Cat overpopulation is a man made problem, cant we all try to help curb the problem and bring quality of life to those that are already living. TNR programs work, these cats can make great pets, not to mention keep vermin down and stop them becoming a nuisance to non cat lovers. Lets have a heart folks.

  23. 123

    As a animal shelter volunteer, it is inspiring to see a story such as this.

  24. 124
    Lizzie Lewis

    My feral cat is, I’m sorry to boast, the best and most hilariously adorable cat in the world. I wanted to name him Will Ferrell, but settled on Ralph. I would advertise feral cat adoption from a mountain top!!!

  25. 125
    Diane T.

    I hope more people will take the time to learn of the plight of these animals and take the “right” steps to help. These animals are out there because of careless and thoughtless people, and it’s people that need to help the situation. I brake for ALL animals!!

  26. 126

    Ferals need love too!!!

  27. 127

    I love this!!! I have a colony of about 15 (semi feral- well I spoil them rotten)that we did TNR. My friend has trapped & released for Animal Welfare all over the county! I would love this shirt! This is so fantastic you’re getting the facts about TNR out to everybody!

  28. 128

    inspiring- spread the word!

  29. 129
    Lori Phillips

    Great cause and great work!!

  30. 130

    thank you for this week’s dedication to TNR and thank you to all those who care for our community cats. you are appreciated.

  31. 131
    Chari Hill

    This is such a great cause! Just this summer I caught, neutered, and released a feral living in my neighborhood…

  32. 132

    I love it and am a big advocate of spay/neuter and TNR!

  33. 133

    I have 4 cats that were Feral Kittens which I rescured and the only way to stop the problem is TNR

  34. 134

    Both of our kitties are rescue cats and we wouldn’t have it any other way! We couldn’t get more loving, intelligent and entertaining companions.

  35. 135
    Darrell Becker

    Its good to see the groups supporting the needed help for ferals.

  36. 136

    I love the TNR concept. How can I get something like this started in my region? By the way, the tshirts are lovely!
    catmomma to Alloysius, Taco, Feral, Beautiful, and Pants

  37. 137
    Dee S

    I love these!

  38. 138

    My feral rescues rescued me! Keep up the great work TNR volunteers! >^..^<

  39. 139
    Jean McCarthy

    Al animals have a right. Suppose TNR and/or TNS. I myself have 2 cats now that were TNRs. They are sweet with me, loving and spoiled however with unknown foot steps and or voices, they immediately run to the safety of being under my bed, under the sofa or in another spot. No issues whatsoever with litter box training; they used it immediately. If you can, do whatever you can to feed. I used to feed until an unfortunate accident so look after the ones I have.

    Support the worthy volunteers who do so.

  40. 140

    I’ve had feral cats,and I know that they can be a problem if not cared for.In fact, I gave up keeping fish in my pond,they were a treat for the cats in my hood… I only wish people would keep their cats in check,mine never go outside,but have a sunroom to watch the world at work…saves the birds and others too.

  41. 141

    Great cause. Love both items.

  42. 142
    Susan G

    This is a great cause and I’d be proud to wear the t-shirt!

  43. 143
    Stephanie G

    Wow, those are fantastic!! If I don’t win, I’ll be buying one once I get a job. :)

  44. 144
    Lisa Barrett

    I am SO gratified to see ever-increasing awareness about feral cats and what we can do to help them. Thanks so much for your part!

  45. 145

    Awesome shirt! I feed feral cats as part of my volunteer work with a local rescue org, this shirt would be a great way to get talking to people about it.

  46. 146

    I love ferals and having the opportunity of caring for them.

  47. 147

    I love animals, especially cats.

  48. 148
    Dawn Garlick

    Just because a cat is feral does not make them worth any less, or make them have any less feelings. They are inteligent, feeling, animals that deseave to live and be cared for. We should all do what we can to help this problem to reach an end.

  49. 149

    I run a small animal rescue/shelter in NW Illinois, and work doing T/N/R in our area (no one else bothers!)
    The tshirt/bumper sticker would help to get people thinking…which is a start.

  50. 150

    So Great!! I feed and spay and neuter ferals in my own community.

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