Every Kitty – Every City: Chicago Outreach
In Chicago, Alley Cat Allies is raising awareness and educating the community about outdoor cats, feral cat colony care, Trap-Neuter-Return, and the importance of accessible, affordable neuter services.
Learn more about feral cats and Trap-Neuter-Return.
President Becky Robinson Speaks to Veterinary Students
April 19, 2010
To continue our outreach into the veterinary community, Alley Cat Allies President Becky Robinson will be at the University of Illinois Veterinary Medical College Urbana, Illinois campus, speaking to the Student Chapter of AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners).
Getting feral cat veterinary protocol and information into the hands of veterinary professionals as they begin their careers will help make the world better—and safer—for feral cats. Robinson will present "She’s Not Your Average Client: Veterinary Protocols for Feral Cats," and will discuss feral cat health, feral cat behavior, Trap-Neuter-Return, the feral cat population, and everything else veterinarians need to know about feral cats.
Chicago Cat Chat
April 16, 2010
We want to talk with you about cats—in person! Alley Cat Allies President Becky Robinson and other members of the are coming to Chicago for an evening of conversation about our favorite topic—stray and feral cats.
Learn more about the event and RSVP »
Find Our Literature at a Veterinary Clinic or Pet Store Near You!
Starting December 2009
We have partnered with a large number of area businesses, including veterinary clinics and pet stores, to help disseminate our brochure, Discover the Truth About Feral Cats. Look for a display with our information and be sure to thank the business for helping Chicago’s stray and feral cats!
Alley Cat Allies exhibits at the Feline Forum
September 24-26, 2009
Alley Cat Allies is exhibiting at PetSmart Charities’ Feline Forum! Stop by our booth to meet Alley Cat Allies staff members and volunteers and to pick up educational materials on stray and feral cats.
Feline Forum: Practices and New Perspectives »
Alley Cat Allies Workshops
Feral cats are outdoor cats that are healthy but unsocialized to humans and therefore unadoptable as pets. Our workshops provide information on how to stop the cycle of breeding with Trap-Neuter-Return – the only recognized humane and effective method of stabilizing feral cat populations. The workshops provide information on building inexpensive shelters and a short video presentation gives a step-by-step guide for how to help cats. Learn how to humanely trap outdoor cats and how to safely deter cats from where they are not wanted. Join us to network and meet others who are helping cats.
List of Chicago Workshops »
Public Service Announcement Airing in Chicago
April – June 2008
Starting in April, an Alley Cat Allies public service announcement (PSA) – Save This Cat – will be airing in Chicago. Tune in and catch it on your favorite cable networks, including Animal Planet. These PSAs will run through June 2008.
Watch ‘Save This Cat’ now! »
Alley Cat Allies Speaking at the Anti-Cruelty Society
March 17 & 18, 2008
Join Alley Cat Allies at The Anti-Cruelty Society for two presentations:
Helping Community Cats Workshop
Monday, March 17, 2008, 6 p.m.
This workshop will provide information on how to create a safety net for feral cats and stop the cycle of breeding with Trap-Neuter-Return.
Advocating for Feral Cats: The Progress of the Movement and How to Get Involved
Tuesday, March 18, 2008, 7 – 9 p.m.
Looking for other ways to help feral cats besides hands-on work? Join us to learn about the movement to stop the killing and protect feral cats!
Alley Cat Allies exhibits at the Fix-it Forum
October 25-27, 2007
Alley Cat Allies is exhibiting at PetSmart Charities’ Fix-it Forum! Stop by our booth to meet Alley Cat Allies staff members and volunteers and to pick up educational materials on stray and feral cats.
Alley Cat Allies’ Midwest Cat Advocacy Seminar
April 13 & 14, 2007
Join Alley Cat Allies and other experts from across the nation to learn how you can unite and mobilize to make nonlethal policies and Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) the norm in your community.
ACA’s Midwest Cat Advocacy Seminar will be a working session covering topics from organizing a base of supporters to learning how the law supports our goals to changing the movement’s image—and self-image.
Speakers include: Becky Robinson, President – Alley Cat Allies; Frank Hamilton, Animal Coalition of Tampa; Gene Mueller, Anti-Cruelty Society.