Alley Cat Allies Recovery Center Opens for Camp Fire Cats

Becky of Alley Cat Allies rescuing cats from Camp Fire

The Alley Cat Allies® Recovery Center, which was made possible by Alley Cat Allies’ funding, leadership, and guidance, opens on Dec 22, 2018. The center, which will be run by the FieldHaven Feline Center will shelter the many cats and kittens who lost their home or are still being rescued from areas devastated by Northern […]

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A Look Back: Adopted Cats of 2018

We’ve had some amazing cats pass through Alley Cat Allies on their way to be adopted this year. In total, we helped 32 cats find their forever homes, and can’t wait to continue supporting cats through adoption, advocacy, TNR, and more, for years to come! Below are a few of the cats adopted in 2018 […]

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Des Moines, Iowa, Passes TNR with Support from Alley Cat Allies

After two years of fiercely advocating for humane policies for cats in Des Moines, Iowa, Alley Cat Allies is thrilled to announce that the city council passed a change to its animal control ordinance that allows for a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program. The council was so enthusiastic about the new law that it waived a planned […]

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Camp Fire Recovery Center Opens for Rescued Cats Thanks to Alley Cat Allies

MARYSVILLE, Calif. – Dec. 20, 2018 – A cat recovery center will be opened in Marysville, California by FieldHaven Feline Center, and will be named The Alley Cat Allies® Recovery Center thanks to funding from Alley Cat Allies. The center will help feline victims of the Camp Fire who are being rescued from the burn […]

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Alley Cat Allies Praises Des Moines’ Approval of TNR Program

DES MOINES, Iowa – Dec. 20, 2018 – Alley Cat Allies is praising the unanimous vote by Des Moines, Iowa City Council for passing an ordinance allowing for a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program for community cats. The decision came after two years of education and information sharing between Alley Cat Allies, the Animal Rescue League (ARL) […]

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Alley Cat Allies Honors Fairfax County for 10 Years of TNR

FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. – Dec. 19, 2018 – Alley Cat Allies has honored Fairfax County, Virginia, for marking 10 successful years with its Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program for community cats. The organization has presented the Fairfax County Animal Shelter with The Oliver, its prestigious award that honors those who show dedication and thereby champion excellence in […]

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A Look Back: Our Favorite Global Cat Day Stories

It was a great year for cat-kind—thanks to our advocates around the world. On Global Cat Day 2018, you shared your stories with us, and we’re inspired by your compassion. These stories show how anyone can make a difference, from vaccinating cats in neighborhoods to working toward creating a cat-friendly country. As the year ends, […]

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Fairfax County, Virginia, Praises Becky Robinson for TNR Leadership

Alley Cat Allies President and Founder Becky Robinson and leaders in Fairfax County, Virginia, animal sheltering came together on December 13 to honor all the cats’ lives they saved by carrying out Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs for a decade. Empowered by Robinson’s leadership and Alley Cat Allies’ guidance, Fairfax County launched its model TNR program in […]

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Letter to the Editor: UIS should reinstate trap-neuter-return

Published in The State Journal-Register on December 13, 2018. The University of Illinois-Springfield has made a terrible error in judgement by stopping students, staff and residents from continuing an established Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program on campus. This policy will lead to cats being killed and should be immediately reversed. TNR is the only humane and effective […]

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Keep Cats Safe During the Holidays

It’s that time of year again! As we celebrate the joys of the holiday season, your cats may be excited too. Those shiny, glittering decorations and lighted candles sure do look tempting to inquisitive and playful felines. But they can be extremely hazardous to their health and to your home, and there are precautions you […]

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