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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Stray Cat Alliance educates and empowers the community to advocate for every cat’s right to be safe, healthy and valued. We are building a no kill nation, one stray at a time.

Results: Assisted in the spay/neuter, advocacy and/or free resources for over 175,000 cats in our 15 years history throughout Southern California.

Target demographics: General public wherever cats reside with a focus on individuals and cats in underserved communities.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Thousands of residents annually are assisted with cat related questions/needs and thousands of community and/or "owned" cats and those impounded in municipal shelters.

Geographic areas served: Los Angeles County

Programs: I Spayed LA in South Los Angeles; Care for Community Cats (Hotline, etc.); Adoptions greater Southern California; Return to Field at Long Beach Animal Care and Services

Community Stories

10 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Lisa620

Donor

Rating: 5

I can't say enough wonderful thinks about SCA.I adopted a little kitten from them that was posted on Facebook Paloma. She had been pulled from South L.A. shelter, very sick with eye infections in both eyes. She ended up have to have one eye removed. Stephanie who is just the sweetest from SCA took her to all of her appointments and cared for her 24/7 until she was cleared for her new home with me and my other furbabies.
I live in Simi Valley 40 miles from SCA office, I was invited down to meet Paloma by Avarie and Stephanie, I was so amazed of the love and wonderful care all the kittens and cats have by the staff. Everyone with SCA is so dedicated to recusing and TNR in the area.
I could go on and on of how wonderful everyone is at SCA.
I even refer a women that I meet at the local feed store who was looking to adopt a kitten, I gave her SCA website and phone #'s, the following week she went down and adopted a new kitty.

Donor

Rating: 5

I am an occasional volunteer with Stray Cat Alliance because I believe in their mission to educate and assist people in the lower income neighborhoods of Los Angeles about the stray cat population. They canvass neighborhoods to TNR cats, assist with veterinary care and donate food supplies to families that can't afford to buy the food to feed the cats that they love. Their tireless efforts have helped rescue many cats in need, and it makes me proud to donate my time and money to this organization so that they can continue to make a difference in the lives of stray cats in Los Angeles.

1 Minash M.

Donor

Rating: 5

i love how they take care of cats, the time they take to help people in need, they dont care how bad the situacion is they always help.

Donor

Rating: 5

Greetings! I wanted to take the time to tell you my experience with the outstanding organization called Stray Cat Alliance that is located in Long Beach. I reside in a neighboring town where there is a colony of cats living that needed attention on all kinds of levels. When I reached out to this organization for guidance in trapping and fostering and medical situations, Anna Wong personally took the time to speak with me about any questions I had in regards to the welfare of these cats and taught me how to drop trap to address the problem at its core. I can not thank Anna and Stray Cat Alliance enough for everything they have done for me and the colony. Thank you for your time.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

The staff and volunteers of SCA help cats when no one else will. I first encountered SCA when I was trying to trap a feral cat who needed to be fixed. SCA lent me a trap and showed me what to do. Since then, I have seen SCA help hundreds of cats and teach others how to help cats. This group is outstanding.

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Donor

Rating: 5

Stray Cat Alliance helps cats when no one else will. They are committed to the well-being of cats unlike any other group that I have encountered.

1 Mitymous

Donor

Rating: 5

My experience with the SCA has been as a donor. I have donated directly to SCA and to their veterinarian; it is clear that they go far above and beyond for the animals in their care, and are compassionate, committed, energetic in their dedication to the cats of LA. Working with special needs animals as well as the never-ending challenge of TNR is an area of rescue that demands much. SCA is making a real difference.

2

Donor

Rating: 5

My husband worked at the Albertson's in Covina. A few years ago he noticed a group of stray cats living in the parking lot and finding cover under the recycling center. He decided that they needed to be rescued and spayed, so for a couple of weeks he helped to feed the cats so they could get used to him. He asked me where he could find help and support in order for them to trapped, then spayed. I found Stray Cat Alliance on the internet and contacted a very nice lady whose name was Debbie who was in charge of the loaning out the cages. It took a few days, but my husband was able to rescue the mother and her 5 kittens. Fix Nation was the organization that did the spaying procedure.

When it was time to return the cats, the only one we released was the mother. We kept the kittens, adopted out 2, and kept 3.
Stay Cat Alliance was very helpful and supportive, especially Debbie who gave my husband tips about getting the cats into the cages.

Because of this, we became montly donors to Stray Cat Alliance as well as Fix Nation!

5

Donor

Rating: 5

I started as a donor to SCA, and the more I saw them in action, the more I wanted to be involved. They are truly volunteer-powered. Everyone works incredibly hard to help homeless cats. I know that when I donate, every penny goes immediately to cats in need. It is the most gratifying and satisfying feeling to know that my money is helping cats NOW. Thank you, SCA!

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Donor

Rating: 5

I have volunteered at a no kill shelter and I saw the effects of overpopulation of cats and dogs. I support SCA because they help educate people about why spay and neutering your pet is important. Their work is invaluable, the shelters are still overcrowded and with organizations like SCA, there is an effort being made out there to help with this issue.

3

Donor

Rating: 5

Proactive, forward thinking organization caring for homeless, stray and abandoned cats. Provides education, resources and information regarding reducing overpopulation and humanely managing stray cats.

Review from Guidestar