On the Ground Again to Protect Cats in the Cayman Islands
Alley Cat Allies is expanding our work to bring more Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) to community cats on the Cayman Islands! Our newest grant to C.A.R.E – Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts will start with providing TNR and other needed care to 100 cats, with much more to come.
It’s all part of our work to stop the government-led lethal policy against cats on the islands and strengthen the program that is truly effective AND humane: TNR.
We can’t wait to share success stories with you! Pictured is Rosie, spayed and vaccinated through our other ongoing grant on the Cayman Islands.
Saving A Little Family
We’re saving another mother cat and her kittens thanks to you! This little family was rescued from a kill shelter when the kittens were just a day old, and our grant to Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue will cover their care.
The mother cat has five kittens in total, and we can’t wait to share their progress with our supporters.
Abandoned Kittens Find A Safe Landing
These kittens were abandoned in a crate on the side of the road in very cold weather this week. Though they’ve been through a lot at such a young age, we’ll help ensure they have the best future thanks to you!
Alley Cat Allies will cover the costs of their veterinary examination and any treatment they need.
Mother Cat Miso Was Adopted
After raising six healthy, happy kittens (with help from care covered by Alley Cat Allies!), mother cat Miso has been adopted! If you’ve been following Alley Cat Allies social media, you’ve watched Miso raise her kittens from just one day old to bright and bold young cats.
Those kittens, Butternut, Bouillon, Noodle, Chowder, Bisque and adopted kitten Minestrone, are up next to find forever homes!
We Have Big Plans for TNR in 2024
We’re defending TNR and have big plans this year to boost TNR programs and other critical services in communities where cats are at risk. We can’t wait to share the details with you soon.
If you haven’t yet, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube, check your emails, and watch for updates at alleycat.org. We’ll be saving so many cats’ and kittens’ lives thanks to YOU!