Getting Help

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We applaud all of your efforts for community cats, from doing Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) to feeding cats, to providing shelter. But trust us, we know it isn’t easy!

Caring for community cats can be costly and time-consuming. That’s why Alley Cat Allies is happy to offer resources that will make it easier on you. We want to help you make sure your cats are in the best situation possible.

Financial Help

Finances can be tough. If you need money help, take a look at our tips on getting financial assistance.

You can also get inspired by our case study on a volunteer who successfully deducted her community cat care expenses on her taxes.

Substitute Colony Care

You’re not always going to be home to care for your colony. We have information on how to find substitute cat care, if there’s ever a time you can’t be there for the cats.

Feral Friends Network

Our Feral Friends Network is always ready and willing to help you with your cat-related needs! The Feral Friends Network is an incredible group of individuals, veterinarians, and organizations from all over the country who want to help you care for cats. Together, you can keep your community’s cats as healthy and safe as possible.

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