The Stray Cat Alliance is a phenomenal group of people dedicated to saving stray, feral, community cats get the help they need and not be killed at local shelters. They network with an equally amazing group of volunteers who rescue, trap, transport, neuter, foster, release and hold adoption events to allow the cats to find their new homes.
People with with a feral cat colony are often desperate for quick solutions that don’t work and endanger the cats. SCA has bolunteers who coax, support, and assist people on how TNR can transform the situation
The huge numbers of kittens the save every year is simply heroic. Tiny babies are bottle fed, hand raised, medical problems treated, and again find homes where they will never again be on the streets
SCA sponsors spay and neuter clinics so vital . They actively work with other groups and educate the public.
SCA does much needed work that is mostly neglected in animal welfare. They meet an immense need for the cats and for lives of those people they touch. Please donate generously to these people who work tirelessly for each cat.
As one of the veterinarians that works with Stray Cat Alliance, I see all the hard work, blood, sweat and tears that go into their mission to save LA's kitties. They take amazing care of their cats and go the extra mile to help get them off the streets and into loving homes.
I added some photos of some of our most rewarding cases. First is Pirate, who had a huge tumor on his ear. A little surgery and TLC and this amazing boy has a brand new life!
And second are bottle fed siblings that ended up robust and healthy!
Stray Cat Alliance's work is pivotal in saving community cats in the Los Angeles area. Without them, thousands of cats would die simply for lack of space in the City and County shelters. They have always been there for the Pet Care Foundation whenever we have needed them. Their work is to be highly commended.
I have known Christie for close to 20 years. She is amazing and Stray Cat Alliance has been in the trenches for years making a difference and saving lives. They are an awesome group!!!!
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!