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Volunteers, Mobile Clinic Working To Control Feral Cat Population On East End

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Linda Goldsmith

Linda Goldsmith

 public relations administrator for the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation

public relations administrator for the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation

 puts out food and water for stray cats in Hampton Bays on February 8. KYLE CAMPBELL

puts out food and water for stray cats in Hampton Bays on February 8. KYLE CAMPBELL

Linda Goldsmith

Linda Goldsmith

 public relations administrator for the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation

public relations administrator for the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation

 puts out food and water for stray cats in Hampton Bays on February 8. KYLE CAMPBELL

puts out food and water for stray cats in Hampton Bays on February 8. KYLE CAMPBELL

Feral cats gather inside a Hampton Bays cat colony on February 8 after volunteers give them food and water. KYLE CAMPBELL

Feral cats gather inside a Hampton Bays cat colony on February 8 after volunteers give them food and water. KYLE CAMPBELL

Feral cats gather inside a Hampton Bays cat colony on February 8 morning after volunteers give them food and water. KYLE CAMPBELL

Feral cats gather inside a Hampton Bays cat colony on February 8 morning after volunteers give them food and water. KYLE CAMPBELL

A feral cat comes out of hiding to get its daily serving of food brought by volunteers on February 8 in Hampton Bays. KYLE CAMPBELL

A feral cat comes out of hiding to get its daily serving of food brought by volunteers on February 8 in Hampton Bays. KYLE CAMPBELL

Feral cats gather inside a Hampton Bays cat colony on February 8 after volunteers give them food and water. KYLE CAMPBELL

Feral cats gather inside a Hampton Bays cat colony on February 8 after volunteers give them food and water. KYLE CAMPBELL

Feral cats gather inside a Hampton Bays cat colony February 8 after volunteers gave them food and water. KYLE CAMPBELL

Feral cats gather inside a Hampton Bays cat colony February 8 after volunteers gave them food and water. KYLE CAMPBELL

Blankets cover trapped feral cats inside

Blankets cover trapped feral cats inside

authorKyle Campbell on Feb 18, 2014
It’s 9:30 a.m. on a bitter cold Saturday morning, and Linda Goldsmith is crouched down in a snowy Hampton Bays backyard, cracking open a can of cat food and dumping... more

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