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Phone: 310-281-6973
PO Box 661277
Los Angeles
California 90066
USA
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Target demographics: General public wherever cats reside.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Thousands of residents annually are assisted with cat related questions/needs and thousands of free-roaming cats and impounded cats in municipal shelters.

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Go trapping in an evening and help spay/neuter free-roaming cats; help at a free spay/neuter clinic or man a booth at an outreach table to educate the public on TNR - Trap-Neuter-Return

Geographic areas served: Los Angeles County

Programs: Care for Ferals; Adoptions

Mission:
Stray Cat Alliance envisions a time when all cats in Los Angeles County are cared for with all kittens and domesticated cats in loving homes and there is a healthy, but declining sterilized stray/feral cat population. The free-roaming cat colonies that do exist are monitored, fed, and treated medically when needed by caregiver. Stray Cat Alliance strives to create a No Kill Nation, One Stray at a Time.
Results:
Assisted in the spay/neuter and advocacy for over 75,000 cats and growing over the past 10 years in Southern California.

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08/24/14
While Stray Cat Alliance does good things concerning feral cats. Do we really know all they do? I have been looking very close at this organization for the last couple months. The reason being when a kitty adopted me, I put a post on Facebook to see if she belonged to someone. Patty from FIX LONG ... more »
07/30/14
While most people were nice, I found Tammy to be distant and unfriendly. I felt that she thinks she's doing me a favor. Personality aside, is the quality of pets being offered. THIS WAS THE WORST EXPERIENCE!!!! The issue with the cleanliness of the cats and kittens. As a part of their role, all ... more »
07/08/10
Everyone, from the general clerk to the veterinarians at hand, made my sister and I feel great relief and gratitude to choosing Stray Cat Alliance to assist in spaying our cats. They gave us several humane strategies in trapping them especially as one of them had severe cuts that Stray Cat Alliance ... more »
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