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Buy a Winter Shelter

Purchase a winter shelter and keep stray cats warm and dry. Most places will not ship winter shelters because it's too costly. Call to ask if the shelters are in stock and arrange to buy them at one of these locations. 

The Barn

315 Bayshore Road, Deer Park, NY 11729

(631) 940-5907


Country Critters LTD

152 Medford Avenue, Patchogue, NY 11772

​(631) 758-6777


Friendly Ferals

Forest Hills, NY 11735

Contact Mary

(917) 579-5718

Mutts and Butts

2076 Merrick Road, Merrick, NY 11566

(516) 379-6391


Starkie Brothers Garden Center

721 Main Street, Farmingdale, NY 11735

(516) 293-7148

Shirley Feed

675 Montauk Highway, Shirley, NY 11967

(631) 281-2152

Total Pet Care

780 Broadway Avenue, Holbrook, NY 11741

(800) 868-5738

Talmage Farm Agway

1122 Osborne Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901

(631) 727-3100

Winter Cat Shelter

East Patchogue, NY

(516) 322-5621

Build a Winter Shelter


Bidawee offers free webinars on building outdoor cat shelters. Learn the materials, tools, and skills needed to build warm, waterproof shelters to protect feral and stray community cats from harsh winter weather. Bideawee will teach a variety of effective shelter styles from simple to fancy, and discuss strategies for placing shelters for maximum warmth, comfort, and safety.

Neighborhood Cats

Do-it-yourself shelters: Winter shelter is critical for feral and stray cats living in frigid climates and can help them thrive despite the low temperatures. Listed here are mostly examples of inexpensive, do-it-yourself shelters that can be built in a matter of hours or less.

Urban Cat League

There are just too many feral cats to ever find homes for them all. For those ferals, Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) is the best alternative. And, after the return, as they live the La Vie Boheme (outdoors), it is our responsibility to make sure they are as healthy and as comfortable as possible. For information about shelters email

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