SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS — Alley Cat Allies, the leader of the global movement to protect cats and kittens, is educating licensed veterinarians and students at the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on high-quality, high-volume spay and neuter and Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) techniques for cats starting March 22.

The special presentations are part of the Alley Cat Allies Veterinarian Training Program™ to train students of veterinary medicine to provide critical services to community cats, or unowned cats who live outdoors.

“Veterinarians are vital to the movement to protect and improve cats’ lives, and we’re proud to do our part to train the current AND next generation,” said Coryn Julien, communications director for Alley Cat Allies. “The Alley Cat Allies Veterinarian Training Program is about honing veterinarians’ and students’ knowledge and skills on the unique care needs of community cats. Then, they can hit the ground running with TNR—the most impactful way to help cats and communities.”

On Friday, March 22, beginning at 12:00 p.m. AST, Alley Cat Allies is presenting at Ross University about High-Quality, High-Volume Spay and Neuter techniques for cats.

On March 22 at 5:30 p.m. AST, a second presentation will cover Efficient and Effective Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR) Programs for community cats and kittens.

Since its founding in 1990, Alley Cat Allies has helped veterinary professionals develop best practices and familiarize themselves with treating community cats and carrying out TNR. The goal of its Veterinarian Training Program is to help both experienced and novice veterinarians bring the most effective TNR techniques to their communities.


About Alley Cat Allies

Alley Cat Allies believes every cat deserves to live out his or her life to the fullest.

Founded in 1990, Alley Cat Allies is the leading advocacy organization for cats with a mission to transform and develop communities to protect and improve the lives of all cats and kittens. Together with our over 1 million supporters, we work toward a world where cats are valued and every community has humane and effective programs and policies to defend them.

Through our fearless advocacy, humane care, education and outreach, and law and policy activism, we empower and mobilize citizens, advocates, grassroots groups, shelters, veterinary professionals, and elected officials across the United States and around the world to improve their communities for cats through nonlethal, evidence-based approaches. Our website is, and we are active on Facebook, X (Twitter), Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.