Category Archives: Feral Cats & TNR

Community Cats & TNR: Look How Far They’ve Come

Alley Cat Allies and other advocacy groups have helped people understand that every cat has intrinsic value, whether living inside or outside. They deserve to live out their lives to the fullest, without the threat of being rounded up and killed. Continue reading

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Jane Hoffman Named to Alley Cat Allies’ Feline Forward Task Force

Alley Cat Allies, named Mayor’s Alliance president Jane Hoffman to head Feline Forward task force. Continue reading

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Alliance Transfers Lifesaving Animal Welfare Programs and Shares Plans for the Future

    The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals was created in 2003 as a New York City 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare umbrella organization. Our mission was to transform NYC into a no-kill city, where no healthy or treatable cats and dogs … Continue reading

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Bideawee Assumes Leadership of the New York City Feral Cat Initiative

    Bideawee to lead lifesaving program created by the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals in 2005 to humanely reduce the population of feral cats Bideawee launches $200,000 fundraising initiative, supported by anonymous $100,000 matching grant     Friday, October 4, 2019 … Continue reading

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Mayor’s Alliance Acknowledges Generous Grant from Long-time Supporter, Alley Cat Allies

Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals is beyond ecstatic, thanks to a generous $100,000 grant from Alley Cat Allies (ACA) to support the delivery of services and resources by the Alliance’s New York City Feral Cat Initiative (NYCFCI) in 2019. The … Continue reading

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