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    This feature comes from our Spring 2015 Alley Cat Action newsletter. Receive a print version, delivered to your home on a quarterly basis, when you donate $20 or more. After 25 years of Alley Cat Allies’ work, the world is a different place for cats. Our incredible success making Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) a mainstream practice has […]

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  • 10/26/15--11:48: In Your Backyard
  • This feature comes from our Fall 2015 Alley Cat Action newsletter. Receive a print version, delivered to your home on a quarterly basis, when you donate $20 or more. Alley Cat Allies is working with and supporting cat advocates and communities across the nation, helping them protect cats. Spay & Neuter Clinic Thrives With Help […]

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    This feature comes from our Fall 2014 Alley Cat Action newsletter. Receive a print version, delivered to your home on a quarterly basis, when you donate $20 or more. Rufus, an unneutered adolescent brown tabby, was enjoying life outdoors with his family when Hannah Shaw met him. Hannah reached out to her local shelter, which was helpful […]

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  • 11/12/14--11:02: In Your Backyard
  • This feature comes from our Fall 2014 Alley Cat Action newsletter. Receive a print version, delivered to your home on a quarterly basis, when you donate $20 or more. Southern Souls Animal League Thanks to your support, Alley Cat Allies is helping the small but fierce nonprofit Southern Souls Animal League in Barbour County, Alabama. Barbour […]

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    This is a special year for Alley Cat Allies: it’s our 25th anniversary! For a quarter century, we have supported caregivers, changed laws, improved shelters, and most importantly, saved cats. Since the beginning, our vision has been to protect cats, no matter which side of the door they lived. In 1990, Alley Cat Allies was […]

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    This feature comes from our Winter 2015 Alley Cat Action newsletter. Receive a print version, delivered to your home on a quarterly basis, when you donate $20 or more. Happy New Year! It’s a very special time for Alley Cat Allies—2015 marks our 25th anniversary. That’s 25 years of supporting caregivers, changing laws, improving shelters, and most importantly, […]

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  • 01/27/15--10:50: In Your Backyard
  • This feature comes from our Winter 2015 Alley Cat Action newsletter. Receive a print version, delivered to your home on a quarterly basis, when you donate $20 or more. Montgomery County Partnership Shelters across the country look to us for assistance, and because of your generosity, we’re able to help them create policies that save lives. Alley […]

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    Dr. Margaret Ferrell, lead veterinarian at Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic, a high-volume spay/neuter clinic in Irondale, Alabama, was found not guilty by Administrative Law Judge James Jerry Wood. The Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners (ASBVME) had charged Dr. Ferrell with 30 charges, and of the three witnesses who testified against Dr. Ferrell, none had […]

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    Last week, we attended the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) Conference in Orlando, Florida, and it was a huge success! Alley Cat Allies and Dr. G. Robert Weedon of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine had a fantastic audience for our session on the importance of pediatric spay/neuter. Our booth was a popular […]

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  • 05/14/15--13:02: Celebrating Hilde
  • This feature comes from our Spring 2015 Alley Cat Action newsletter. Receive a print version, delivered to your home on a quarterly basis, when you donate $20 or more. Hilde was 14 years old—nearly as old as the Boardwalk Cats Project itself. We’re always devastated to lose a cat, but we know Hilde had a […]

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    This feature comes from our Spring 2015 Alley Cat Action newsletter. Receive a print version, delivered to your home on a quarterly basis, when you donate $20 or more. After 25 years of Alley Cat Allies’ work, the world is a different place for cats. Our incredible success making Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) a mainstream practice has […]

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  • 10/26/15--11:48: In Your Backyard
  • This feature comes from our Fall 2015 Alley Cat Action newsletter. Receive a print version, delivered to your home on a quarterly basis, when you donate $20 or more. Alley Cat Allies is working with and supporting cat advocates and communities across the nation, helping them protect cats. Spay & Neuter Clinic Thrives With Help […]

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    Every year, Alley Cat Allies celebrates the lives of community cats on National Feral Cat Day—October 16. In 2016, we carried out a successful Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) project with a community in Hyattsville, MD. We invite you to join us in saving cats' lives every day!

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  • 02/22/17--10:50: Cat Release Program
  • This Letter to the Editor was published in Capitol Gazette (Annapolis, MD) on February 19, 2017. Opponents of trap-neuter-return like Barbara Johnson (The Capital, Dec. 12) have no better options. Rounding up stray cats and killing them has been a disastrous failure. Each year millions are killed and we still face the same issues. Catch-and-kill […]

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    Gina was in her backyard last April when she heard faint cries. She didn’t immediately see anything out of the ordinary, but she followed the sounds to her old shed, where she was surprised to find four tiny, meowing kittens. Gina knew they must be very young—they were smaller than any kitten she’d ever seen—but […]

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    People driving in the Chesapeake, VA, area this spring may have noticed some out-of-the-ordinary billboards. Instead of featuring the next rest stop or tourist trap, these billboards advertised for one of the community’s greatest needs—kitten foster families. This creative campaign helped Chesapeake Animal Services save kittens’ lives—by simply getting them out of the shelter. Across […]

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    What could be more important than fighting for laws that protect cats? Thanks to your support, 2017 has been a great year for pro-cat laws, and we’re already preparing to continue that winning streak in 2018! State legislatures are getting ready for new sessions that begin in January, and we’re gearing up to support bills […]

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    For Sheila Ward and Ray Harry, including Alley Cat Allies in their estate planning made perfect sense. Since early childhood, Sheila remembers admiring her grandmother, who took in abandoned kittens and puppies, nursed them back to health, and found their forever homes. Although she was surrounded by different animals, Sheila was most enthralled by cats. […]

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    Kristin Stanley’s commitment to Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) began with a phone call nearly 15 years ago to Alley Cat Allies. She had been feeding a colony of 29 cats behind a local restaurant in San Angelo, Texas, in 2003, and found that many of them were not neutered. She contacted us and, guided by our expertise, […]

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    What do chimpanzees and community cats have in common? A fierce advocate named Candy Peavy. Her advocacy work in Shreveport, Louisiana, began in 2005 when she helped start Chimp Haven, a sanctuary that takes in chimpanzees with a heartrending history: They were either retired from laboratory research, kept as pets, or used in entertainment. A […]

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