The Wildlife Freedom Foundation is a non-profit 501c(3) organization formed for the purpose of rescuing pets [State Of New York, Dept. Of Agriculture And Markets, Registration No.: RR350] and protecting, preserving and rehabilitating injured wildlife in New York City.

Our Cat Sanctuaries in NYC are located on Roosevelt Island. The largest, most visited and well known is located at 1 Southpoint Park. It houses 22 happy, wonderful stray cats. They are all spayed/neutered, vaccinated, friendly and they love to meet and greet residents and visitors. Come to meet our cats! Share your love.

Save Our Shorelines

  Without input from the community, RIOC revealed a plan to extend Southpoint Park Shorelines by completely decimating the island’s flora and fauna. Our beautiful old trees will be chopped off for the sole purpose of paving paths to increase visitors-access! Over 320 trees (young and centennial trees) will be bulldozed down. RIOC’s Plan Is […]

$654 Donated

Adopt us !

Open your heart and home to a new family member   WFF Cat Adoption Form   Mush has been adopted! A real teddy bear. He is neutered, healthy, vaccinated, microchipped. To adopt Mush email us at: WFFNY.INFO@GMAIL.COM     My name is Ruth. 4 months old. Adorable, super sweet kitten. Spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, healthy. Adopt […]

$1725 Donated

Bird Migration Season

During bird migration season, how can you help the birds avoiding to collide with your windows? New York is part of the Atlantic Flyway, which many migrating birds use to reach warmer climates.  It’s a wonderful journey but too many of them will never reach their destinations. They will collide with glass windows and die. Glass […]

The Cat Sanctuary in Southpoint Park NYC

Please help us to take care of our over 75 community cats. Our Cat Sanctuary is located on Roosevelt Island at 1 Southpoint Park (South-East Loop Road) houses 22 cats. They all have names and like to meet and greet visitors. Most of them are very talkameowtive!     Interesting Facts: Are stray/feral cats considered […]

$3800 Donated

Rehabilitating Wildlife

Angel Wing: In young birds wrapping the wing and binding it against the bird’s flank for a few days along with feeding the bird a more appropriate natural diet, can reverse the damage. A diet that provides sufficient amounts of vitamin D (the “sunshine” vitamin), vitamin E and manganese may also be indicated. Read more […]

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