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    Alley Cat Allies



    To end the killing of cats and lead the movement for their humane care.
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    Address:
    7920 Norfolk Avenue, Suite 600
    Bethesda , MD 20814-2525
    USA
    Phone: 240.482.1980
    Fax: 240.482.1990
    E-Mail: http://www.alleycat.org/response
    Website: http://www.alleycat.org/
       


    Detailed Information:
    Alley Cat Allies is the only national advocacy organization dedicated to the protection and humane treatment of cats. Alley Cat Allies has charted a course set on animal control and shelter industry reform and humane treatment through activities including:

    * Advocating for pounds and shelters to keep public records of animal intake and kill rates, for public and mandatory government oversight, and for increased pound and shelter accountability;
    * Mobilizing and educating the public and leading the national movement to end the killing of cats and to protect and improve their lives;
    * Supporting the efforts of, and acting as the national voice for, thousands of individuals and groups across the U.S. who provide humane care for stray and feral cats.

    Alley Cat Allies was founded in 1990 by two women who recognized that stray and feral cats’ needs were not being met by the animal control pound and shelter system. They realized that when well-meaning citizens called pounds and shelters about feral cats, their only response was to kill them.

    They developed educational materials and wrote step–by-step instructions on the care and protection of stray and feral cats.
    
    Alley Cat Allies also introduced the practice of spaying and neutering entire colonies with Trap-Neuter-Return in the United States. Since then, Alley Cat Allies has led the progressive movement for the protection of these cats and continues to educate the public about the lives of cats.


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