4 Ways to Volunteer for Cats

Even if you don’t know of any feral cats in your area, you can help the mission of Alley Cat Allies.

Alley Cat Allies appreciates support for our mission to transform and develop communities to protect and improve the lives of cats. We are very lucky to have so many active supporters and advocates on our side, and there are a number of opportunities to help!

Sign up for FeralPower!
Sign up to receive Alley Cat Allies’ eAlerts, FeralPower! This lets us notify you quickly when there is a time-sensitive case where we need your help. Whether we need you to sign a petition or contact a corporation CEO or government official who are putting cats’ lives in danger, this is the fastest way for us to notify you about situations in your county, state or nationwide.

Every Kitty – Every City
Through the Every Kitty – Every City program, we raise awareness and educate the community in targeted cities about outdoor cats, feral cat colony care, Trap-Neuter-Return, and the importance of accessible, affordable neuter services through workshops, outreach and organizing.

The Every Kitty – Every City program provides individuals, groups and veterinary professionals with the tools and basic knowledge needed to serve as a community resource. As part of the program, Alley Cat Allies rallies and assists community volunteers, local groups and private shelters to enhance their already existing Trap-Neuter-Return programs or to launch new ones. Click on the links below to find out more about volunteering is these key cities:

Atlantic CityBaltimore Chicago Greater New OrleansWashington, DC Metro Area

Headquarters – Bethesda, Md.

At Alley Cat Allies we continually prepare for our next workshop, speaking engagement or outreach event. We always need help assembling educational packets and materials for distribution. You can also assist with clerical and administrative work, such as data entry. Sign up here to help in the Alley Cat Allies office.

Feral Friends Network
The Feral Friends Network is comprised of individuals and organizations across the country who help stray and feral cats in their communities. They offer assistance and advice to people in their local area who have questions about the cats. People can help in many ways, including transporting cats to clinics and fostering kittens. Sign up here for Feral Friends Network.

Thank you again for your ongoing support and your enthusiasm to volunteer! Together we can make a difference and improve the lives of our nation’s cats.

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