Non-Profit to Screen Movie to Raise Awareness for Cat Caretakers

850 cats every month are helped by the organization

Frederick, MD – A non-profit specializing in the trapping, neutering, returning, and managing (TNRM) of feral cats is screening a movie to raise awareness and educate the public on stray and feral cats.

Tip Me Frederick Inc. is a low-cost veterinary organization providing a variety of services including fostering and management of stray cat populations, helping approximately 850 cats every month.

The organization is screening “The Cat Rescuers” at 6:30pm on Thursday, August 29 at Regal Cinema Westview. The documentary follows a group of volunteers in Brooklyn working to help some of the 500,000 street cats living in New York City.

Board Member of Tip Me Frederick Angela Brittain said the documentary helps shed light on the rising issue of strays in cities.

“We’re doing it as an educational opportunity for people to learn about trap, neuter, return and manage,” Brittain said. “And what they can do for these cats instead of just kicking them to the curb.”

Tickets for the movie and more information on the organization can be found at

By Timothy Young