Registration is open for TNR workshop on December 5

Infinite Hope volunteers will be teaching another TNR workshop on Saturday, December 5th. You can register with the NYC Feral Cat Initiative. The workshop is free and participants who complete the workshop will be certified in TNR, providing access to free spay/neuter appointments, equipment rentals, and other support to help people care for community cats in their neighborhoods.

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Infinite Hope volunteers team up with Best Friends Strut Your Mutt

This year Infinite Hope joined the Strut your Mutt fundraising walk for animal rescue. Thanks to everyone who supported us by donating to our team and to the folks who walked with us! We raised 97% of our $5,000 goal, which will help to fuel our rescue work. 

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Our official Strut Your Mutt team photo.

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It was a beautiful day to raise funds for animal rescue! THANK YOU to our Strut Your Mutt team members and team sponsors -- we loved having you with us in person and in spirit. It was lots of fun for a great cause -- saving animal lives.

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Celebrating National Feral Cat Day

We were happy to help celebrate National Feral Cat Day with the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals and the New York City Feral Cat Initiative at the 2015 Fall Feral Feline Fiesta last night. Infinite Hope was even included in the evening's timeline of TNR in NYC.

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Welcome to Infinite Hope's new website!

With support from Maddie's Fund and the dedicated effort of volunteer designer, Kathleen Pequeno, we are excited to launch our new website! We think this new format will help to get the word out about our work and animals in need of homes to even more supporters. Thank you to Maddie's Fund and to Kathleen for making this possible. The Maddie's Fund grant will also help us to save more lives, by providing essential funds for veterinary bills and other care for rescued animals.

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Cats and Baseball

Infintite Hope volunteers and supporters gathered at Cyclones Game on June 27th. This was a great opportunity of Infinite Hope adopters and volunteers to join in some summer fun together.   

 

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Ivan is recovering from surgery

Ivan was scooped up in Crown Heights, suffering from an eye infection and serious leg wound. We brought him in to surgery yesterday and this 4-month old kitten is now on the road to recovery, getting lots of TLC in his foster home.

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Infinite Hope receives Mayor's Alliance grant

Infinite Hope was awarded 2 grants from the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC Animals in the spring of 2015. Infinite Hope wants to thank the Mayor’s Alliance for these grants, which provided critical support for our TNR efforts and veterinary care for adoptable animals over the summer.

 

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Infinite Hope becomes a Best Friends Network Partner

Infinite Hope recently became a Network Partner of Best Friends Animal Society. We are excited to be partnering with Best Friends as the have the ability to create opportunities for smaller rescue groups and shelters through adoption events, fundraising events and other much needed support.

 

images.pngWe are excited to be a part of Best Friends Strut your Mutt,a fundraiser to support our work. Infinite Hope keeps 100% of the proceeds raised our team page. Please support us by joining our team or making a donation here.

 

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TNR workshop trains 30 animal rescuers

Infinite Hope board members Maria and Michelle taught a workshop in Prospect Lefferts Gardens that led to over 30 individuals becoming certified in TNR (Trap Neuter Return). The workshop was coordinated by the New York City Feral Cat Initiative, which offers training in TNR, cat socialization, community relations, and other topics related to community cat care.

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At work on TNR

We brought 5 cats to be spay/neutered at the ASPCA today, including a mama cat who has been having litters of kittens in a backyard in Midwood for at least 4 years. No more!

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