Letter to the Editor: Thanks for Animal Cruelty Arrest

Published in the Naples Daily News online version on October 30, 2018. Law enforcement in Lee County is doing the right thing by investigating and charging a man with animal cruelty for shooting Daisy the cat through the abdomen with a bow and arrow. This case has outraged many people across the country. Cruelty against cats […]

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Helping 100 Cats is Goal for Chincoteague Island Program

CHINCOTEAGUE ISLAND, Va. – Oct. 31, 2018 – Alley Cat Allies, the global engine of change for cats, is supporting a second volunteer spay/neuter clinic for community cats on Chincoteague Island on the weekend of Nov. 2-4, following a previous clinic in June that was highly successful. This weekend’s clinic is funded by Alley Cat […]

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Keeping Cats Safe on Halloween

Halloween is the most spooky, spectacular time of the year! It’s a night to celebrate all things creepy and crawly, with decorations, costumes, parties, and, of course, trick or treating. But the chaotic fun that people love so much can be seriously scary for the cats we care about. Alley Cat Allies has tips to […]

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Brand New CatVideoFest Film Comes to D.C.

WHAT: Alley Cat Allies brings to the Washington, D.C., area a brand new edition of CatVideoFest, a fresh compilation of the best cat videos on the internet in 2018. This new film, curated by award-winning Seattle filmmaker Will Braden, includes more than 85 viral cat videos. CatVideoFest entertains with the best of the best from the […]

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Help Outdoor Cats in Winter: Top 10 Tips

Alley Cat Allies is preparing the Boardwalk Cats in Atlantic City, New Jersey, for colder weather, and we know we’re not alone. Wherever temperatures are dropping around the United States, caregivers are taking extra steps to help outdoor cats in winter, making sure they stay safe and comfortable. Whether you feed a colony or carry […]

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Op-Ed: Embracing Humane Policies for Cats

Published in the Cape Gazette print version on October 23, 2018 As Lewes considers how to care for its cats, it should be sure to make decisions based on humane compassion and proven science. Keeping both in mind will ensure that the town embraces policies that will save cats’ lives and be supported by the community. Just […]

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Around The World With TNR

Buckle up! To celebrate Global Cat Day®, we’re taking you on a trip around the world for a glimpse into how other countries are increasingly turning to non-lethal, humane approaches to save cats, including Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). In the United Kingdom, model-turned-animal activist Celia Hammond, an influential early TNR advocate, remains at the forefront of the […]

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Community Cats Thrive on University Campuses Around the World 

All over the world, community cats have made a collection of college campuses their home—and professors, students, and volunteers have responded by carrying out Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and caring for them. TNR stabilizes campus cat populations, reduces university costs, improves the cats’ health, and mitigates the public’s concern about the cats, according to a nine-year study […]

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From the Field: Alley Cat Allies Connects With Animal Control Officers in Denver

Hi everyone, We say it all the time: Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is a mainstream practice throughout the country and the world. We’re seeing more people and communities than ever embracing TNR as the only humane and effective approach to addressing community cat populations. This was clear at the National Animal Care and Control Association (NACA) Training […]

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