Manhattan Valley Cat Rescue is a group of neighborhood volunteers united to help ease the plight of abandoned cats and kittens living on the streets of the neighborhood, known as Manhattan Valley (100 Street to 110 Street, between Amsterdam Avenue and Central Park West)in the borough of Manhattan. We are a 501c3 organization, which means that all donations are tax deductable.
In over 15 years of rescue work we have saved almost 500 cats from the streets of Manhattan. Through the use of a small network of foster homes and donated space we are currently caring for over 40 cats. Many of these have not been able to get adopted due to health or behavioral problems. We are strictly no kill, and once we rescue a cat we stay committed to them for their life span. All our rescues are fully vetted, spayed and neutered, and fed only top quality healthy diets.
WE CURRENTLY HAVE AN EMERGENCY SITUATION IN THE BRONX, NY. SOMEONE HAS DUMPED A YOUNG CAT IN THE HALLWAY OF AN APARTMENT HOUSE. CURRENTLY ONE OF THE TENANTS IS WATCHING OVER HER BUT CAN NOT TAKE HER IN AND NEEDS TO FIND SOMEONE TO TAKE HER BY THE END OF THIS WEEK (OCT. 20). IF YOU CAN AT LEAST FOSTER THIS CAT WHICH APPEARS TO BE A TURKISH ANGORA , PLEASE CALL US AT 212-222-9007. HER PICTURE IS ON OUR SITE UNDER FLUFFY.
Manhattan Valley Cat Rescue Columbia University Station