Bed-Stuy

Sabina Mamedova & Clementine

  “I call Clementine a trash cat. She was rescued during an awful snowstorm that hit the East Coast five years ago. There were over three feet of snow on the ground and blistering winds. For a few days I watched neighbors feed a small cat hiding between garbage cans right outside of our apartment […]

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Bushwick

Ilana Kaplan & Pancake

  “I’ve always been a cat person — I grew up with cats. First there was Sassy, who I named after the cat in Homeward Bound. She had a mean streak, but we had a bond. Then my parents adopted mother and daughter kitties Pandora and Waffle. They were inseparable. But one day someone left the […]

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Bushwick

Tyisha Shaia, Ginger, Piper & Brooklyn

  “I like to say I’m a cat person because I’m a Leo and so I’m naturally drawn to my feline friends. I love to lounge and be the center of attention (on my terms) so it makes sense that my animal companions are just like me. As a former zoology major, I find them intriguing […]

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Midtown

Anne Ishii & Natto Bean

“Natto Bean is one of the friendliest animals I’ve ever known and the fact that she is a cat is astonishing but it’s also like…why, of course she’s friendly. Cats aren’t all buttholes. It’s just that my husband Christian and I have known plenty of butthole cats. Dogs and birds, too. In fact, I realized […]

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East Village

-SMALLS CAT FOOD CAMPAIGN- Maggie Vocos, Millie & Scaredy

*This post is from my campaign shoot for Smallsforsmalls.com* “Millie and Scaredy were an accidental package deal when we adopted them. Scaredy was only 6 weeks old and needed a foster family so when we got Millie at a year old, Scaredy joined. Then, of course, we couldn’t say goodbye. I think the biggest difference […]

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Greenpoint

-SMALLS CAT FOOD CAMPAIGN- Jess McGowan & Benni

*This post is from my campaign shoot for Smallsforsmalls.com* “I’d never really been a ‘cat-person’. I’d been quite obsessed with dogs since we got my puppy Mia when I lived in Australia. I even had a gorgeous little blonde mouse called Bowie. But I had never owned a cat. However, moving to New York and […]

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Park Slope

Jessica Roy, Lucy & Odette

“Lucy came to me a couple years ago when she was 1 year old; she was the third cat I fostered–the other two were adopted. Lucy wasn’t currently eligible for adoption because she was a feral who was rescued wandering alone and hungry in Coney Island. She was shy and afraid of humans, so the […]

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