From the Field: Properly Managed Property Protects Community Cats

It’s very encouraging to meet property management teams who realize the benefits of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) for people and cats—an experience I recently had in Prince George’s (P.G.) County, MD. A property management team had reached out to the National Cat Help Desk for information on how to properly manage their apartment building’s growing cat population. […]

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Alley Cat Allies Offers $2,500 Reward in Bethesda, MD, Animal Neglect Investigation

BETHESDA, MD—Alley Cat Allies is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to a conviction of the person or persons responsible for abandoning four adult cats and 11 kittens in North Bethesda, MD. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Alley Cat Allies Hotline at 240-482-1997. An active duty serviceman jogging on a trail […]

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From the Field: Helping Cats Thrive in San Diego, California

This is part three of a three-part series. Read “Speaking for Cats in the Golden State” and “Protecting Cats in Riverside, California.” My trip to California ended in Oceanside, where I met with the San Diego Humane Society (SDHS) staff to talk about how to better address the community’s concerns about cats. The SDHS Oceanside […]

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Meet Our 2016–2017 Calendar Cats!

The beautiful cats chosen to star in our 2016–2017 calendar represent the countless cats whose lives bring joy to our more than 600,000 supporters—the cat lovers and cat advocates who are creating lifesaving change around the world for all cats (feral, pet, stray, and every cat in between). Inspirational stories and photographs fill the pages […]

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From the Field: Protecting Cats in Riverside, California

This is part two of a three-part series. Read “Speaking for Cats in the Golden State” and “Helping Cats Thrive in San Diego, California.” On a recent trip to California, I had the opportunity to meet with the amazing staff at the Mary S. Roberts Clinic in Riverside. They have a spay/neuter clinic and an adoption […]

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Alley Cat Allies Takes Action to Respond to Louisiana Flooding

BATON ROUGE, La.— Since last week, Alley Cat Allies has been providing expertise, resources and emergency funding for disaster relief efforts underway in Baton Rouge and surrounding parishes because of the devastating flooding there. Its emergency funding is supporting direct rescue and care and helped to cover the costs of equipment and supplies. Additionally, an […]

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Providing Care to Surviving Cats in Louisiana

Cats are often overlooked victims when it comes to natural disasters and their aftermath. Alley Cat Allies has been on the ground in Louisiana assisting cat owners and community cat caregivers impacted by the recent devastating flooding. We’re helping these unsung heroes—providing expertise, resources, and much-needed support. Yesterday, we connected with Robert and Ramona Sanders […]

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Assisting Local Groups to Help Cats in Louisiana

Countless cats remain in need of help after being displaced by the recent flooding that devastated Baton Rouge and much of southern Louisiana. Alley Cat Allies has a team on the ground working to support local groups in their efforts to rescue cats. Yesterday, the team visited the Care and Treatment of Neglected & Indigent […]

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Rescue Efforts Continue for Cats Stranded During Louisiana’s Deadly Floods

The recent flooding in Louisiana is estimated to have caused billions of dollars in damages—but some damage is impossible to put a price on. Like the countless number of animals killed during the “1,000-year storm” that dumped an estimated 7.1 trillion gallons of water on Louisiana and caused historic flooding in Baton Rouge and much […]

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Helping Animals Displaced by Louisiana’s Devastating Floods

As the death toll and number of people and animals displaced by the catastrophic flooding in Louisiana grows, Alley Cat Allies continues to offer our support to rescue efforts on the ground. Alley Cat Allies is deploying a team that will work with the Humane Society of Louisiana—who has received emergency funding from Alley Cat […]

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