The community cats of the Atlantic City Boardwalk have become a famous and beloved part of the boardwalk scene! Alley Cat Allies has cared for the multiple community cat colonies along the boardwalk since 2000 as part of a city-supported Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program. The population is naturally reducing, and the successful program is a model for communities everywhere.
The Boardwalk Cats are monitored and fed by our dedicated staff and volunteers, and draw visitors and admirers from all over the country. They are a shining example of how a TNR program can enrich the lives of cats and the community.
- Op-Ed: Boardwalk Cat Colonies Should Not Be Banned
- Boardwalk Cats Project Continues as Model Trap-Neuter-Return Program
- Guided Tours Give Inside Look at Boardwalk Cats Project
- Help Us Catch Boardwalk Cats’ Killer—Reward Offered
- Alley Cat Allies Offers $5,000 Reward in Atlantic City, N.J., Animal Cruelty Case