This is the time of year when you’re most likely to see kittens outdoors: those warm spring months that roll into summer known as “kitten season.” But thanks to our supporters like you, thousands of cats won’t endure the stresses of mating, pregnancy, and birth this season—and fewer kittens will enter shelters without the right programs to care for them.

A Feline Frenzy® in Tennessee
This spring, 100 indoor and community cats in Wilson County, Tennessee, were spayed or neutered and vaccinated through Alley Cat Allies Feline Frenzy® events. We’re also helping around 700 more cats and kittens through ongoing food bank support.

“Alley Cat Allies choosing to support the Middle Tennessee area is going to make a great impact. It is literally life-changing,” said Angela Chapman, director of New Leash on Life—the organization with which we held the Feline Frenzy. “Spaying and neutering 100 cats and helping to feed hundreds more will have a ripple effect for years to come, helping cats stay with their families and out of shelters.”

The surprise and gratitude of each caregiver who attended the events is proof of why this support is so needed. No-cost resources are more important than ever in today’s climate, and Feline Frenzy is about helping communities like Wilson County create significant and lasting change for cats.

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Atlantic County TNR and Food Bank Supports Thousands of Cats

Alley Cat Allies has worked closely with the community of Atlantic County, New Jersey, for decades to launch active TNR programs and protect cats and kittens. But in the past year, we’ve kicked our efforts into high gear, providing ongoing Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), spay and neuter, medical care, and a unique no-cost cat food bank for all local cats.

This robust new program has helped more than 3,000 cats and kittens with veterinary care since 2023 and handed out tens of thousands of pounds of cat food for indoor and community cats!