Incredible News for Cats with FIP and More Updates

Lifesaving FIP Treatment Becomes Available in the United States Incredible news for cats with feline infectious peritonitis (FIP)! U.S. veterinarians will now be able to prescribe a treatment known to be effective against this fatal illness starting June 1. Previously, families of cats with FIP had to act in the shadows to get the lifesaving […]

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Another 1000 Cat Milestone in Atlantic County Spay and Neuter Program

Meet Sunny, cat number 1000 neutered through our latest work in Atlantic County, New Jersey! In 2022, Alley Cat Allies launched a program with The Humane Society of Atlantic County to provide spay and neuter, vaccination, and other needed veterinary treatment for cats in the county—with a focus on community cats. Between October 2023 and […]

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Profile In Generosity—Diana Greenspan

The incredible donors who make our work possible aren’t just compassionate advocates for cats; they’re often on the ground saving cats’ lives, too! Diana, a major donor to Alley Cat Allies, has been a steadfast supporter since 2018—but has been carrying out Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) for community cats for far longer. For 25 years, inspired by […]

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We Beat the Heat

This is the time of year when you’re most likely to see kittens outdoors: those warm spring months that roll into summer known as “kitten season.” But thanks to our supporters like you, thousands of cats won’t endure the stresses of mating, pregnancy, and birth this season—and fewer kittens will enter shelters without the right […]

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No Cat is an Island

Tropical islands bring to mind warm breezes, the briny, calming scent of the ocean, and thriving flora and fauna. But for cats and kittens who are at home on many islands, their lives in paradise are threatened by lethal action at the hands of misguided governments. Alley Cat Allies is stepping up in several island […]

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Alley Cat Allies Rapid Response Team Saves Cats After Texas Fires

With smoke still choking the air and charred landscape on either side of them, an Alley Cat Allies Rapid Response Team drove directly into the Texas communities most impacted by the historic Smokehouse Creek Fire to deliver lifesaving support for cats and kittens. The Smokehouse Creek Fire was the largest in Texas history and among […]

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Defending TNR and Community Cats

Alley Cat Allies defends lifesaving Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and exposes misrepresentation When Alley Cat Allies first formed in 1990, our raison d’être was to challenge a widespread mindset that nonlethal programs for cats were an out-of-reach ideal. At the time, TNR, the only humane and effective approach to community cats, was considered a pipe dream. With […]

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This May, Spread the Word: Microchips Save Lives

A microchip is as tiny as a grain of rice, but it can save a cat’s life! May is a month dedicated to educating all cat caregivers about the lifesaving importance of microchipping cats. That doesn’t just apply to cats who live indoors—community cats, or unowned cats who live outdoors, benefit just as much from […]

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Access to Care Saves Lives: Zucky’s Story and More Heartwarming Updates

Why Access to Care Saves Lives: Zucky’s Story Alley Cat Allies works with veterinarians to boost access to care and no-cost services for cats. And, we support caregivers who aren’t in a financial position to afford treatment for the cats and kittens they love. Zucky, from Virginia, is just one of many cats receiving care […]

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Alley Cat Allies Continues to Seek Cat Killer in Florida and More Updates

Alley Cat Allies Continues to Seek Cat Killer in Florida Alley Cat Allies is still seeking a cat killer in Lake Clarke Shores, Florida, and offering a $7,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Lake Clarke Shores Police Department at 561-964-1515 and ask […]

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