Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis: Guidance for Caregivers

We have received questions from concerned supporters all across the United States about whether community cat caregivers can and should continue to feed their colonies in the midst of the novel coronavirus outbreak.  These questions are coming to us with a greater sense of urgency from people who care for and provide food to community […]

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Op-Ed: Why New Jersey should outlaw declawing cats

This Op-Ed by Becky Robinson was published in the Asbury Park Press on March 5, 2020. Imagine having the tips of all your fingers amputated all the way up to the first knuckles. Sounds terrible, doesn’t it? Now imagine it happening to a beloved pet. That’s what cat declawing is. Declawing unfortunately became common with veterinarians […]

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Introducing Our Microchip Posters, Postcards and Pins

Help us tell the world: Microchips save cats’ lives. We’ll make it easy for you with our microchip posters, postcards and pins. All are in the Alley Cat Allies Shop under The Power of Microchips.   Now you can get all these resources in a convenient bundle!   Should your cat ever be picked up and brought to an animal shelter, a quick scan of a microchip can bring her […]

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Op-Ed: Be kind to your neighborhood cats

This Op-Ed by Becky Robinson was published in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune on March 1, 2020. Los Angeles is a city of cat lovers inside a nation of cat lovers. In the United States, one in three households has a cat. Our affection for felines also leaves many of us with a soft spot […]

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Pittsylvania County, Virginia Starts Trap-Neuter-Return in 2020

Alley Cat Allies President and Founder Becky Robinson to travel to Virginia county to support budding TNR program. Becky Robinson, president and founder of Alley Cat Allies, is heading to Pittsylvania County, Virginia, in late February to help community members launch the county’s recently approved Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) policy. Robinson will hold two Community Cat Workshops, […]

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Top Tips for National Cat Health Month

Learn how to help cats stay healthy, wherever they live, in honor of National Cat Health Month February is National Cat Health Month, a perfect time to brush up on the best ways to keep cats and kittens healthy, be they curled up on your couch or in a cozy spot outdoors. Alley Cat Allies […]

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Alley Cat Allies Hosts Community Cat Workshops

PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, Va. – Feb. 11, 2020 – Alley Cat Allies, the global engine of change for cats, will lead two public workshop discussions in late February about effective approaches for community cats in Pittsylvania County and throughout Virginia. The workshops come after the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors’ recent vote to implement Trap-Neuter-Return, or […]

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Profile in Generosity: Lindsay Donzanti

Saving cats’ lives is Lindsay Donzanti’s passion. The 72-year-old, London-born resident of the United States has been carrying out Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) for more than 20 years, and in that time has helped more than 2,000 cats. She relates closely to the people who are out on the front lines helping cats—she’s done it her whole […]

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Cat Behavior: Learn the Language of Cats

If you were to believe internet videos like “Henri, le Chat Noir,” the mind of a cat is full of deep philosophical thoughts, soul-crushing ennui, and occasional plans for world domination. But, as we all know, just because the internet says so doesn’t make it true. Everything is a matter of perception, and often it […]

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