Because of course it’s in Brooklyn. Look at these cute sweeties who found warm shelter!
So many kitty baby Jesuses!
I know I’ve seen tumblr talk about these outdoor cat shelters before but I DONT REMEMBER WHERE.
I know a lot of you are dealing with colder than normal weather. It’s crazy. But if you have the time or spoons for it, the animals outside would probably appreciate a little thought and energy sent their way. It’s not nearly as cold here as most of you guys are experiencing, but I’ll be trekking out to my grandmother’s and some land my family owns tomorrow to set some extra shelter areas up in the barns/etc.
Between those two links are several different ways to construct a shelter to try and help a kitty keep warm this winter. Plastic tubs and styrofoam - or cardboard or hay or insulation or packing peanuts - these are a lot of really cheap materials that may help save an animal.
Campus Cats by artoffables
I started documenting some friendly feral cats living in the turfs of my university- hence, the title- as soon as I got my new camera. The photos above comprise only a part of my school’s feline population. Some faculty members have grown fond of them and started taking turns feeding them everyday and giving them clean water, with extra care given to those who have a litter. Some students and faculties alike even adopt them and bring them home. My university’s a small one (University of the Philippines- Cebu), with a population of less than 1,200. Seeing cats around the campus seem like it’s not just the students who are attending school after all! X)
(submitted by artoffables - follow the blog for beautiful photography)