Alley Cat Allies, Inc.
Rating: 4.58 stars 12 12 reviews
7920 Norfolk Ave Ste 600 Bethesda MD 20814 USA
Prompted by the feline overpopulation crisis, which has resulted in millions of cats being killed in animal shelters and millions more living feral, Alley Cat Allies promotes the humane control of cats through spay/neuter programs that decrease their numbers over time. Alley Cat Allies is part of an international campaign to reduce and stabilize the cat population, using control methods that are both effective and that respect the sanctity of life. We endorse the Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) method of managing feral cat colonies, which includes sterilization and vaccination of the cats before returning them to their supervised areas.
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This organization helped my family over 10 years ago with education and affordable services, and they still send us information. We were able to afford to trap, neuter, vaccinate and repair the shattered leg of a local stray cat. Due to his need for indoor recovery from surgery he became part of our family and is still bringing us immeasurable joy today. We ONLY adopt our pets and we always do so through local animal welfare groups. If we still lived in the Washington, DC area we would be supporting this charity with monetary donations and volunteer time, as it is, our physical and financial support goes to our local organizations serving similar purposes on the upper Eastern Shore of Md., but we are happy to provide support through this endorsement of Alley Cat Allies. I suspect their Charity Rating will improve as their efforts stabilize and they can bring their organizational and fund raising expenses down as a percentage of donations. I heartily recommend supporting this organization in whatever way you can.
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