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As a result, the Shelter does not pick up stray cats.
The Town does not set a limit to the number of cats a household can own.
Private shelters carefully screen animals before they are accepted for adoption.
Any animals with medical or behavioral issues are not accepted.
However, the Town has a low cost Trap/Neuter/Return program for feral cats - contact the Shelter for details at (631) 643-9270. In general, the Shelter provides this service Monday through Friday between the hours of am and pm.
In the State of New York, cats are considered free roaming animals and, as such, are not labeled as "stray" animals.
Feral cats also generally don't leave a community because of lack of food, on the contrary removing the food source will force the cats to roam further for food, cause them stress, and make them quite unhealthy.
Civil communication between parties affected by feral cats is a key factor in resolving the inevitable differences caused by the presence of feral cats.
BAARC is open Monday through Friday from am to pm and Saturdays from am to pm.
Adoptions are available daily between the hours of am and pm and Saturday from am to pm. Adoption hours are Monday through Friday am to pm as well as Saturdays am through pm.All animals that are adoptable or have medical conditions that are treatable, will stay at the animal shelter until they are adopted as long as there is room.