Billy the Kidden Rescue began in the summer of 2013. Since it's start, the rescue has saved countless cats and kittens mainly through its practice of TNR (trap, neuter, return).
Through TNR, we have significantly decreased the feral cat population and reduced the number of kittens born into an environment in which their survival is slim and their suffering inevitable.
Billy the Kidden Rescue is also a foster based rescue. Even with all our efforts to implement TNR, hundreds of kittens continue to be born outside every year. Whenever possible, we attempt to place kittens born to outdoor ferals in foster homes to be socialized and adopted into forever homes.
We're the largest home based rescue on the East Coast and our extensive network of fosters enables us to break the cycle for hundreds of cats annually.