Community Backs WFF; Water Turned on at Cat Sanctuary

July 5, 2018

The  water was reinstated to the cat sanctuary at Southpoint Park!


First and foremost, I want to extend my heartfelt thanks and warmest profound gratitude on

behalf of both the Wildlife Freedom Foundation, and myself, to the entire community of Roosevelt

Island and to the 3,756 people who signed our petition to turn the water back on. Some of you campaigned tirelessly to have the water reinstated at the cat sanctuary in Southpoint Park. Magnificent!


 Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney signing the petition on Roosevelt Island Day


My special appreciation goes to the Brownies/Juniors Girl Scout Troop 3536 for their

passionate help and enthusiasm in circulating the petition. Their amazing leader,

DiMaura Cole, stood for interminable hours in the hot sun on Roosevelt Island Day to

collect signatures. Thank you so much!


The Wildlife Freedom Foundation and its volunteers are a vital part of this community and

words cannot express how grateful we are to the Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) for their help, guidance, and support during the water shut off time.


Thank you once again; we want you to know that we and especially our beloved cats appreciated

your support and that the cats continue to keep up the good work controlling the rodent population.



Rossana Ceruzzi

President & Founder


Wildlife Freedom Foundation

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