Saving Cats’ Lives After Devastating Disasters
In this Issue:
- Saving Cats’ Lives After Devastating Disasters
- Exposing California’s East Bay Regional Park District for Failure to Protect Animals
- In Memory Of Laura Nagata-Soto
In the Special Report:
- Saving The Animals of Berkeley County, WV, From Animal Control Cruelty
- The Animals Who Suffered from Animal Control Cruelty in West Virginia
I am endlessly proud to have dedicated people like you in our dynamic and powerful activist base fighting for cats. You understand the importance of changing the deep-seated ways of thinking and operating in our parks, shelters, and governments toward cats and all animalsand you stand with us to make it happen.
The impact we have together cannot be overstated. For example, when Hawaii state legislators introduced a horrible bill promoting the poisoning of cats in early February, they heard from hundreds of opposing voices in a matter of hours. Because they spoke out, the bill was stopped in its tracks.
This is what we accomplish all over the world for cats by being tenacious, innovative, and brave even in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges.
As a leader of a global movement, Alley Cat Allies’ goal is nothing less than a worldwide revolution in the was cats are regarded and treated. With more than 800,000 supporters like you at our side, we work toward justice for all species, and for the environment we share.
In this newsletter, you’ll read about some of our most critical lifesaving campaigns to drive change rooted in compassion for all animals. And you’ll learn what you can do to help us create a world where every cat is valued and protected.
Continue to fight and stay strong.
For the cats,
President and Founder, Alley Cat Allies
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