COVID-19 Emergency Funding Report: Keeping Cats Fed in Ventura County, California

In 2018, Alley Cat Allies rushed to protect cats and kittens in Ventura County, California, who were endangered by the deadliest fire season in the state’s history. We supported groups focused on saving, treating, and reuniting cats (like Roni) with their families through an unprecedented disaster. Fast forward to today, in 2020, and we have […]

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New Resource: The Cat Socialization Continuum Guide

Alley Cat Allies is proud to introduce our latest in-depth resource: “The Cat Socialization Continuum: A Guide to Interactions Between Cats and Humans.” This new guide, the first of its kind anywhere, will help you save cats’ lives. Making decisions for each cat must be done with their best interests at heart, and understanding cats’ […]

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Alley Cat Allies in Action: A Walk-Through of TNR During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Though the COVID-19 crisis has presented many new challenges to our work as cat advocates, we’re a movement of doers who aren’t afraid to innovate. We are adapting rapidly and creating new best practices to continue to help cats during the pandemic—including with Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). With careful planning, coordination, and attention to pandemic safety measures, […]

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Sign the Pledge: Oppose the Brutal Killing and Eating of Cats

Right now, pet and community cats are being captured, tortured, brutally killed, and sold for human consumption in many parts of Asia. Stand with us in opposition. Please join us in pledging to help end the cat meat trade. The abducting, killing, selling, and eating of cats was once banned in Vietnam by law. However, […]

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Action Alert: Don’t Let Casper, Wyoming Starve Cats by Passing a Feeding Ban

UPDATE—August 19, 2020: The Casper City Council has postponed a vote on the proposed feeding ban against cats outdoors. Thank you to all the dedicated advocates who contacted their City Council members and came out to demonstrate on behalf of Casper’s community cats at the meeting August 18. The Council is now taking a second […]

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Planned Giving Profile: Debby Giblin

Debby Giblin has been helping Alley Cat Allies save cats’ lives almost as long as we’ve been around! Since 1996, for 24 years, Giblin has donated regularly to protect cats and kittens—who have always been important to her. “Cats are my first love,” she says. That is why Giblin chose to name Alley Cat Allies […]

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Protecting Cats Now and Through Whatever Tomorrow Brings

When faced with a crisis like COVID-19, we can let it paralyze us… or we can grasp the opportunity to make lifesaving change. With your help, Alley Cat Allies has a long history of finding innovative new ways forward in the face of tough situations. It seems hard to believe, but back in 1990, our […]

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20 Years of the Boardwalk Cats Project®

Smokey, the matriarch of the cat families living along the Atlantic City Boardwalk in New Jersey, is still spry at the ripe old age of 20.  She explores the sprawling hidden space beneath the Boardwalk, cuddles each member of her feline family, and enjoys regular meals from her caregiver. But 20 years ago, Smokey’s life […]

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