Humane Ohio in Toledo spayed/neutered and vaccinated 43 cats this National Feral Cat Day®!

The number 13 has a reputation for being unlucky, but the 13th annual celebration of National Feral Cat Day® was anything but! This year, Alley Cat Allies mobilized cat lovers to host more than 430 events to advocate for catsmore events than any year in the day’s history. Events were held in all 50 states, as well as in Panama, Mexico, Israel, and Canada.

In addition to record numbers of Trap-Neuter-Return workshops, spay/neuter drives, education events, and fundraisers, four counties in FloridaSarasota, Charlotte, Manatee, and Hardeeissued proclamations recognizing the day.

This National Feral Cat Day® reached tens of thousands of people through events and proclamationsand millions more were exposed to the message. Alley Cat Allies staff made their way to The Today Show plaza in New York City on National Feral Cat Day® to spread the message of compassionate care for cats. They talked with audience membersand even with The Today Show‘s hostsabout feral cats. Admiring our National Feral Cat Day® signs, The Today Show co-host Savannah Guthrie said, “It’s a great cause!”

We couldn’t agree more. Thank you for making this National Feral Cat Day® the best yet!