Saving cats’ lives is Lindsay Donzanti’s passion. The 72-year-old, London-born resident of the United States has been carrying out Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) for more than 20 years, and in that time has helped more than 2,000 cats. She relates closely to the people who are out on the front lines helping catsshe’s done it her whole life.
“They say everyone needs their one “˜thing.’ TNR is my thing, and it’s very close to my heart,” says Donzanti. “It’s doing an enormous service for cats.”
Donzanti knows it’s equally important to share her knowledge. She mentors members of her community, educating them about cats and the importance of spay and neuter.
Education is also why she became a long-term donor to Alley Cat Allies, and why she chose to include us in her will. She wants to ensure we will continue sharing our expertise with cat advocates far into the future.
“I admire Alley Cat Allies and all the work you do worldwide so much,” Donzanti told us. “Because you’re spreading enlightenment; you educate so many people.”
When she isn’t tirelessly advocating on behalf of cats, Donzanti enjoys spending time with her own two feline friends at home, Rambo and Raja.