Cat problem

Manotick has one.

Manotick is known far-and-wide as an affluent community, made up of many well-educated professionals who take enormous pride in their historic town. What many Manotickians are unaware of is the growing feral feline colonies populating the village in bushes, under decks, right in the backyards of residents.

Pat Prinkosky is all too familiar with the feline problem in Manotick and the surrounding areas.  For the past eight years, Prinkosky has made it her mission to rescue helpless felines who end up looking like walking skeletons wandering village streets in the dead of winter, starving and frozen. Most often spotted at night, the feral cat community continues to grow and with the mercury plunging each night, the days are numbered for these innocent animals.

“Over the years Community Feline Rescue in Manotick has become the home for many of our rescued cats and kittens,” said Prinkosky, who cares for some 21 cats in her Manotick home.


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