As an Animal Control Officer, you’re often the first person on the scene to address calls about community cats and animal welfare. Whether it’s helping a lost cat reunite with her owner, working to resolve conflicts between neighbors about cats, or making sure a dog isn’t hurt while running lose, what you do makes a big difference in keeping your community safe. To achieve positive outcomes and provide the humane approaches to cats that the public wants and your community needs, we want to help make sure you’re equipped with the most up-to-date tools and information.

You have the power to make a positive impact for both animals and people in your community, and Alley Cat Allies can help! We have specialized information, resources, and toolkits just for you.

Resources

Take Action

  • Join Our Feral Friends Network – Share your expertise! We want you in our Feral Friends Network. Help even more cats by offering advice and other assistance and enjoy great benefits from Alley Cat Allies.
  • Plan to Scan – Microchips save lives. More and more cats are getting microchipped, and that’s great news! Microchip implantation is quick, simple, inexpensive, essentially painless, and virtually stress-free for animals.
  • Wait Until 8: Shelter & Community Partnership to Save Kittens’ Lives! – Shelters and the community come together to help save as many lives as possible. Any shelter and community can do this, and we’re here to help!
  • Join the movement to stop the killing – Join the revolution to save cats’ lives in our nation’s pound and shelter system.

Learn About Our Work

  • Community Change – We’ve worked with communities across the country and around the world adopt humane policies that protect cats.
  • Animal Shelters – We work with shelters to implement life-saving programs for cats.
  • Trap-Neuter-Return – We’re the leading experts on Trap-Neuter-Return, the humane and effective approach to outdoor cat populations.