Helping Cats in Your Community Workshop Bundle
Microchips & Community Cats Poster
Starting Your Own Organization to Help Cats
All About: Helping People Coexist with Community Cats Video
If you care for cats who live outdoors, it’s important to also help those cats and people coexist. In this video, Alley Cat Allies President and Founder Becky Robinson talks about why community relations is important, and what you can do to keep your neighbors happy and cats safe. She also gives tips on ways to keep community cats out of gardens, away from porches, off of cars, and out of any other areas they may not be welcome.
Helping Cats in Your Community Workshop
How to Draft a Trap-Neuter-Return Ordinance
NEWLY UPDATED! Now with a model TNR ordinance template!. Since 1990, Alley Cat Allies has been the only national organization practicing and promoting Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and the humane care of feral cats. As a result of this experience, we are regularly contacted by communities and legislative bodies across the country that are seeking our input on ordinances. They ask us both to review draft ordinances and to suggest appropriate language for inclusion in those drafts.
5 Ways Microchips Save Lives Postcard
Case Study: Fairfax County Animal Shelter
Microchips Save Lives
Cats and the Law: Finding and Understanding Your Laws
If you are involved with feral cats, Trap-Neuter-Return, colony care, or advocating on behalf of cats, knowing your local laws about cats—as well as your state anti-cruelty laws—is valuable. There may be local laws that directly, or indirectly, effect Trap-Neuter-Return programs and other work you are doing. Additionally, anti-cruelty laws exist in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and apply to all cats—companion, abandoned, lost, and feral.