Our guest today is Meagan Licari, president of Puppy Kitty New York City. A 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization, that focuses its efforts on injured, sick, or homeless cats and kittens on the streets of NYC, that has saved thousands of animals since its start in 2014.
Meagan jumps on board to talk about what rescue has looked like over the last couple of years, the changes they’ve seen, and the amazing stories they’ve gotten to be a part of, while working to tackle overpopulation and the dangers these animals face, through various initiatives and programs.
- The beginnings of Puppy Kitty New York City
- How Covid has changed the way the rescue works
- Adopting out before spaying and neutering, and its importance
- Return rates after Covid
- Having a full-time job and working in rescue
- Insights from working in the pharmaceutical industry
- Repurposing styrofoam containers into cat homes
- Rescue mission stories
- And other topics…
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