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 […]

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Fighting for Justice for the Cat Victims of the Oakland Park Shootings

Alley Cat Allies is fighting on behalf of the cats who were shot and killed in late-night hunts by the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) in Oakland, California. We have launched a new campaign to bring you the facts as we work to make real, lasting change in the wake of this tragedy. What […]

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Oakland Cats Shot by Park District

In the weeks just ahead of Thanksgiving last year, the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) in Oakland, California, sent armed teams out in the dead of night to hunt and kill cats in a tiny slip of park land bordered by car dealerships and office buildings. They have admitted to having shot and killed […]

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The Truth About the Oakland Park Shooting of Cats

Updated: January 22, 2021 In the weeks ahead of Thanksgiving last year, the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) in Oakland, California, sent armed teams out in the dead of night to hunt and kill cats in a tiny slip of park bordered by car dealerships and office buildings.  The park in question is part […]

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