The Truth About the Oakland Park Shooting of Cats

In the weeks ahead of Thanksgiving, the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) in Oakland, California, sent armed teams out in the dead of night to hunt and kill cats in a tiny slip of park bordered by car dealerships and office buildings. Unfortunately, they were successful. When confronted, they lied, stonewalled, and whitewashed. Under […]

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Cats and COVID-19: Everything You Need to Know

As COVID-19 continues to impact our communities—and in some areas is found to be mutating and spreading faster—Alley Cat Allies remains committed to providing you the most up-to-date information on how the pandemic affects cats and kittens. Now in the new year, with new developments every day in the crisis including the first rounds of […]

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9 Lifesaving Achievements You Made Possible for Cats in 2020

Have some champagne ready? We hope so, because there are some incredible accomplishments we at Alley Cat Allies want to celebrate with you! And yes, they all happened in 2020—which was also our 30th year in action. Because even as the world seemed to stop in its tracks in so many ways, we didn’t let […]

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Alley Cat Allies Earns Highest Ratings from Charity Navigator and GuideStar

As Alley Cat Allies works toward a world where every cat is valued and protected, we strive to be as transparent as possible as an organization. We are proud to say our commitment to accountability has been recognized yet again by Charity Navigator, the largest charity evaluator in the United States! For the seventh consecutive […]

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Alley Cat Allies Makes Holiday Delivery of Cat and Dog Food to Shepherdstown

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. – Dec. 22, 2020 – Alley Cat Allies, the global engine of change for cats, will make a bulk donation of cat, kitten and dog food for pets and community cats in the Shepherdstown area on Wednesday, December 23, in time for the holiday season. The Alley Cat Allies Keeping Families Together™ program […]

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Alley Cat Allies Condemns Cat Shootings in Oakland, CA, Park District

OAKLAND, Calif. – Dec. 21, 2020 – Alley Cat Allies President and Founder Becky Robinson has condemned the shooting and killing of cats by the East Bay Regional Park District in California. In a letter to the president and board of directors, she called on the park district to suspend the individuals responsible for the […]

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Kicking Off a Lifesaving Initiative for Cats in Rural Virginia

Bringing dynamic lifesaving programs for cats where few, if ever, have existed before. That’s a major part of the Alley Cat Allies’ movement, which is always on the move in every sense. When cats and kittens depend on us in every corner of this country—especially in rural communities, where resources for animals are historically scarce—staying […]

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Must-Have Holiday Gift Guide for Cats

It’s not too late to find the perfect holiday present for the feline in your life! We at Alley Cat Allies have a tip: Think about what will truly enrich a cat’s every day.  To help, we’ve compiled a list of our top gift ideas. You’ll find techniques to tap into your indoor cat’s instincts, special goodies for community cats, and ways you can give the greatest gift of all: your voice.   Give your […]

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Help Pass a Lifesaving Federal Bill for Big Cats

After years of tireless advocacy, we are finally closing in on regulations strong enough to outlaw the selling and keeping of Big Cats as “pets” and public attractions in our nation, which has resulted in thousands of Big Cats living in captivity in the United States—most of them not in accredited zoos or sanctuaries. On December 3, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Big Cat Public Safety Act with bipartisan support. If […]

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