Alley Cat Allies Calls on Baltimore to Speak Out for its Trap-Neuter-Return Program

For 10 years, Baltimore, Maryland’s landmark Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program has saved countless cats’ lives. The program is a resounding success and a model for communities around the nation. Now, the Baltimore City Health Department’s Office of Animal Control has been asked to speak at a hearing to explain how TNR benefits citizens and community cats. […]

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Alley Cat Allies’ Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts Made a Difference in Florida

Just two weeks after Alley Cat Allies’ expert bilingual disaster response team rushed to support Hurricane Harvey relief in Texas and Louisiana, our staff charged to the aid of animals and citizens in Florida in the wake of Hurricane Irma. The storm surge caused dangerous widespread flooding and left millions without power. Alley Cat Allies’ […]

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Deadly Amendments for Cats on the Governor of Hawai’i’s Desk

Dangerous amendments to Hawai’i’s Administrative Rules, which will harm cats and prevent the implementation of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), are now on Governor David Ige’s desk awaiting his signature. Alley Cat Allies and our supporters are asking Governor Ige to not approve the proposed rules. The amendments, if approved, will increase the suffering and death among cats […]

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Ohio City Expresses Support for Trap-Neuter-Return

Community cats and their caregivers may soon be celebrating new lifesaving policies in North Canton, Ohio, thanks to the hard work of one of Alley Cat Allies’ Feral Friends Network members. At a North Canton City Council meeting on September 11, Jill Kirsch, founder of Trap-Neuter-Return organization Cripple Creek Ferals and Friends, urged the city […]

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Alley Cat Allies Is on the Ground and Providing Critical Supplies After Irma

After Hurricane Irma pummeled Florida’s west coast, causing devastating storm surges and widespread power outages, Alley Cat Allies rushed to the region Tuesday to provide vital supplies to local animal shelters and members of our Feral Friends Network to help cats affected by the storm. Our expert disaster response staff delivered cases of critical food, […]

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Cats Are No Rabies Threat

Learn the Facts About Cats and Rabies Did you know that we are safer than ever from rabies in the United States? Yet some people see a community cat wandering in her outdoor home and worry that she has rabies. It’s an unfounded fear that could end up endangering cats’ lives. At Alley Cat Allies, […]

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Model Program Shows How Communities Can Implement Shelter-Neuter-Return

Shelter-Neuter-Return (SNR) is now required in Roseville, MI, just six months after Alley Cat Allies helped nonprofit All About Animals Rescue (AAAR) start an SNR pilot program there. The city’s new SNR policy is possible thanks to a public-private partnership between Macomb County Animal Control and the Metro Detroit-based AAAR. The city of Roseville is […]

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Alley Cat Allies Team on the Ground in Texas

After Hurricane Harvey hit, our expert, bilingual disaster response team sprang to action and headed to areas hardest hit by the storm to ensure that community cats were rescued, received veterinary care, and underwent Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). Fourteen days after Hurricane Harvey devastated parts of Texas and Louisiana, Alley Cat Allies is continuing to provide critical […]

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