The Alley Cat Allies 2023-2024 15-month calendar is officially available in our shop. Get your copy today!

This year’s calendar is packed with gorgeous photos of the cats and kittens in our supporters’ lives, and the heartwarming stories so graciously shared with us. We only wish we could have included all the amazing submissions, which we read and enjoyed thoroughly.

Most importantly, you can’t turn a page without finding critical information and resources for cats from Alley Cat Allies. Our calendar won’t just help you track your dates and make you smile—it will help you become a powerful cat advocate!

Our calendar is a labor of love and a lifesaving resource made possible by and in conjunction with our supporters like you.

In our 2023-2024 calendar, you’ll meet:

Chatty Catty

Featured on the calendar’s back cover, Chatty Catty adopted her owner, Pamela, in 2019 when she appeared on a fence one day and immediately began living up to her name. Charming and sweet even through her challenges, like her tail amputation, spirited Chatty Catty is loved immensely by her family.

On the calendar front and back pages, you’ll also meet just some of the many cats and kittens whose lives were saved through Alley Cat Allies programs and grants—all made possible by your generosity!

Lacy Grace

Featured in November 2024, Lacy was a small kitten when she was rescued from Kentucky floods in July 2022. Though she’s been through a lot, she kept her sweet, inquisitive spirit and travels with her family everywhere they go!

On the same page, you’ll also read about the Alley Cat Allies Feral Friends Network®, which is comprised of people, experts, and veterinary professionals working across the country and around the world to help cats and the people who care for them.


Featured in July 2024, Malcolm was originally born in Beirut, Lebanon, and travelled all the way to Massachusetts to find his forever home. He’s been an indispensable member of his family ever since, and loves a hearty meal and a good kayak ride.

On our July 2024 page, you’ll also find Alley Cat Allies Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) resources. TNR is the only humane and effective approach to community cats, and we walk you through how you—and anyone—can conduct TNR in your community.

Don’t Miss Your Chance

Grab a copy of our calendar today, get one for friends and family, and hang it up at your shelter, veterinary office, or anywhere the photos and stories within will brighten your day. We hope each page inspires you to continue standing with Alley Cat Allies as we build a world where all cats’ lives are valued and protected!