Alley Cat Allies Pursues Policy Change to Ensure No Cats Are Killed Again
The East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) based in Oakland, California, has operated for decades with a policy to kill cats in parklands. Most of the killing involved shooting cats in the dead of night. These horrific acts of animal cruelty were carried out using taxpayer money in an outrageous abuse of the public trust.
Alley Cat Allies is working to bring an end to lethal policy and enact humane, effective measures that will protect all animals.
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East Bay Regional Park District Still Advancing Cat Killing Policy
Despite local and international outcry against its shooting of 13 cats in October and November of 2020, the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) in Oakland, California, is continuing to greenlight lethal removal of cats in its extensive network of parklands. Alley Cat Allies is pursuing multiple options to stop the killing.
Alley Cat Allies fully supports the protection of ecosystems and wildlife in regional parks and everywhere. But the fact is we can defend all animals, including birds, without inflicting pain, suffering and killing on other animals.
- Ending Cat Killing in Parks (May 3, 2021)
- East Bay Regional Park District Still Advancing Cat Killing Policy (March 19, 2021)
- Alley Cat Allies Condemns East Bay Regional Park District Vote to Recommend Policy of Shooting Cats (February 25, 2021)
- Fighting for Justice for the Cat Victims of the Oakland Park Shootings (January 25, 2021)
- Oakland Cats Shot by Park District (January 15, 2021)