Board walk cats should be put under TNR policy, not just maintained
However, wit...h this recent campaign saying they do NOT want to be adopted, comparing them to skunks in the wild, I will no longer support or promote ACA. I could write volumes proving otherwise.
Your message is harmful and should be working, instead, on teaching shelters not to kill ferals that many have and will be happy to be socialized
but wouldn't neuter or spay their ca...t.
Thank you Alley Cat Allies for being the staunch defenders of homeless and/
A huge thanks to pop star Megan Nicole for giving these sweet kittens a spotlight in her latest music video! Celebrities, take note: We want more music videos exclusively starring cats!
This Caturday is extra special. Not only is it St. Gertrude’s Day (the patron saint of cats) it’s also St. Patrick’s Day! Luck is on the side of this precious kitten. Jakob found her while working deep underground in a pitch-black utility tunnel. When Alley Cat Allies heard about her, we jumped to help—making sure she saw a veterinarian right away. Fortunately, she received a clean bill of health and a fitting name: Gertrude. But the good news doesn’t stop there. Once she’s old enough to be spayed, her rescuer, Jakob, plans to adopt her.
And that’s a wrap! Alice Burton, our Associate Director of Animal Shelter & Animal Control Engagement had a great time working with this group of animal control officers and advocates during her presentation on the benefits of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) at the Kentucky Animal Care and Control Association annual conference!
We’re proud to support Animal Balance. Thank you for everything you’re doing in Hawaii!
Mahalo to Alley Cat Allies for helping us get these humane cat traps to Kauai to use for our MASH clinics. Our trapping team is scouting out the island and gett...ing ready to bring us cats to sterilize. We're ready to #FIXKauai's cats!
Alley Cat Allies is an amazing resource for information on community cats and their role in our communities and environment. Check out their website www.alleycat.org to learn more about the humane work that is being done to control the community cat population and to dispel common myths about targeted trapping and the feral cat community.
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Happy Throwback Thursday! Remember Maui? This orange boy was adopted last year and has adjusted perfectly to life with his human companions. His new mom says, “Maui continues to thrive and is a delight to all of us. We love him dearly. He’s a very interactive and playful cat.” Nothing makes us happier than a happy ending! Thinking about adding to your family? Our adoption page is a great place to start: http://qoo.ly/mzarb
Kitten season is fast approaching. But we’ve got you covered. This short video has important tips you need to get started caring for kittens. We’ll drop a link below for more information, including resources on kitten care and our guide to socialization!
Declawing isn’t a simple nail trim. It’s a serious surgical procedure that involves amputating a cat’s toes up to the first joint, posing the risk of infection, pain, swelling, and long-term problems with walking and grooming. Alley Cat Allies is working to ban the unnecessary practice of declawing across the country, but we need your help. We hope you’ll sign our pledge as a first step to taking action in your community.
Cindy Weber, a longtime supporter of Alley Cat Allies, began doing Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) in 2013. In November 2017, she joined our Feral Friends Network to expand her reach in and around Kansas City, and she didn’t waste any time before she began making a difference. When a concerned woman contacted her, Weber guided her through the TNR process and educated her on the happy outdoor lives of cats. We hope her story inspires you as much as it inspired us. We love our Feral Friends Network!
Dragging a bit after the start of daylight saving time? We can relate. Hopefully some light reading on the nuances of feline affection will cheer you up! Want to learn more about interpreting cat body language? We’ll drop a link in the comments.
Cats have strong opinions about everything from how you pet them, to where they want to sit, and even the texture of their food. It’s no surprise their musical tastes are as equally specific. What do your cats think of their personalized music?
If you’re looking for your weekend dose of “Aww,” we have you covered! Books? Check. Kids? Check. Cats? Check!