Infrequent Microchip Scanning Is Killing Cats

Alley Cat Allies Launches “Plan to Scan” Campaign to Save Cats’ Lives  BETHESDA, Md., USA – June 1, 2017 – A new Alley Cat Allies campaign is raising awareness that too many companion cats and feral, or community cats are still not being scanned for microchips, resulting in many of them being killed without any…

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Alley Cat Allies Works to Save Kittens from Being Killed in Shelters with Innovative ‘Wait Until 8’ Program

BETHESDA, Md.– April 27, 2017 – Through the innovative Wait Until 8 program, Alley Cat Allies is helping shelters and communities work together to save orphaned kittens from being killed. The program empowers people to become at-home kitten caregivers for neonatal kittens until they reach eight weeks of age and are available for adoption. “Every year, well-meaning people find…

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Tuxedo-Clad Dogs Dance the Night Away at the Baltimore Humane Society Black Tie & Tails Gala on April 29th

April 29th – Baltimore, MD — Animal lovers, dogs, cats, and other furry friends will be dressed in their finest regalia at Baltimore Humane Society’s Black Tie & Tails Gala on Saturday, April 29th.  This formal affair, uniquely including pets, is all in support of Reisterstown’s no-kill animal shelter.  The unique event will also be honoring…

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Alley Cat Allies Statement about DC Cat Bill

Bethesda, Md. (Nov. 23, 2016) – Alley Cat Allies president and founder Becky Robinson has offered the following statement about the District of Columbia Fisheries and Wildlife Omnibus Amendment Act of 2016 (B21-0386): “This bill dangerously empowers the Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) to make decisions on where cats can and can’t live. It…

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