Stray Cat Alliance

Rating: 4.67 stars   27 reviews

Issues: Animals

Location: PO Box 661277 Los Angeles CA 90066 USA

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.
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.
Geographic areas served: Los Angeles County
Programs: Care for Ferals; Adoptions
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As a Veterinary Technician and past adoptions manager for Cats In Need, I am painfully aware of the hundreds of stray cats and kittens that are euthanized on a daily basis in L.A County because there are not enough homes to care for them. Stray Cat Alliance addresses this problem at its roots, by promoting trap and release programs that spay/neuter strays, thus decreasing the number of stray cats and kittens that might end up being euthanized. Stray Cat Alliance saves lives!

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