Alley Cat Allies: 2016 in Review
Alley Cat Allies has had an amazing year in 2016, directly helping 779 cats and supporting countless more with our education and advocacy work. Not only have we continued to protect and improve the lives of cats, we have also built up our community of cat caregivers and advocates. Our supporters have taken 597,654 actions to help cats this year. Learn about our work, our mission, and our achieveme...
Alley Cat Allies TNR Stories: Maryland
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! Learn more at www.alleycat.org/TNRStories.
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Daniel Lopez Breña, especialista del National Cat Help Desk manda saludos a los asistentes de la Plataforma Gatera Feline Seminar 2016.
Alley Cat Allies Reacts To Kristen Lindsey Decision
The Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners voted to only suspend Kristen Lindsey’s veterinary license, a decision Alley Cat Allies feels is far too lenient. Lindsey shot an arrow through the head of Tiger the cat in April 2015 and boasted about the killing on social media. The decision by the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners means that while Lindsey’s license will be suspended for...