Your support goes TWICE AS FAR to help community cats . . .
We have exciting news! A group of Alley Cat Advocates supporters have agreed to match every dollar you give through August 24 – up to $10,000! That means your gift will be doubled! A donation today means you will help twice as many community cats!
Our Trap-Neuter-Return services are needed more and more each day. We receive dozens of calls each day from concerned cat lovers like you. We want to be able to help all community cats but our resources are stretched to the limit. With this matching opportunity, YOU can make an even greater impact on the lives of cats who deserve a second chance. Please donate today.
Your donation will DOUBLE to help twice as many community cats!
We have helped cats like Buster. Buster was found with a horrible injury to his side. With your support, we changed Buster’s life. He was neutered, vaccinated, and his wound was treated. Two weeks later, he was returned home to the delight of the three neighbors who care for him daily.
There are thousands of cats just like Buster waiting to be spayed or neutered and receive our gold standard of care. This year we hope to help 5,000 community cats!
- $15 will double to $30 to provide vaccinations for 3 community cats
- $25 will double to $50 to spay or neuter one community cat
- $50 will double to $100 to spay or neuter two community cats
- $100 will double to $200 to help extend medical care for a sick or injured community cat
- $250 will double to $500 to spay or neuter and vaccinate a colony of 10 community cats
We can’t do this great work without people like you who have a big heart for taking care of our most vulnerable cats. I urge you to donate today while your donation can be doubled. You can put your gift to work immediately by donating online or you can mail your gift to Alley Cat Advocates, 3044 Bardstown Rd., #204, Louisville, Ky, 40205. Please write “Match” on your check.
It’s critical to cats like Buster that we receive your gift by the deadline of August 24 so that we can double your donation.
Karen Little and Buddy Bear
Karen Little, Executive Director, and Buddybear
Thank you for taking care of our neighborhood community cats!
Melissa’s neighbor mentioned to her that he was moving. He was sad because he couldn’t take the community cats along. He cared about them, but knew that they would never be happy if he tried to move them from the neighborhood they know.
When he left, Melissa started feeding the cats. It quickly became clear to Melissa that the cats were not fixed! When two litters of kittens were born, Melissa’s new feline family grew overnight from 2 cats to a colony of 9 cats!
Even though Melissa wouldn’t describe herself as a “cat person” Melissa knew she had to step in before the situation got out of hand.
She contacted Alley Cat Advocates and scheduled an appointment. Melissa said, “Trapping was easy! The kittens walked right into the traps for food.”
Today, this happy, healthy colony of mamas and kittens are back home. Melissa and her neighbors are enjoying watching these little ones grow and play.
Is your colony of cats growing? Call us today at 502-634-8777 to schedule an appointment!
Logan Thompson has been scouting most of his life. As a member of Boy Scout Troop 4089 in Jeffersonville, Indiana, Logan chose Alley Cat Advocates for his Eagle Scout Project.
Logan designed, built and painted 20 new donation boxes with brochure holders to help Alley Cat Advocates share information and fundraise at shops and restaurants around town. After the completion of this project, Logan was awarded his Eagle Scout rank. Congratulations and thank you, Logan!
If you’re a Guardians of the Galaxy fan, you probably know Sean Gunn, who plays a Ravager named Kraglin, part of Yondu’s crew. Prior to GOTG, Sean played Kirk Gleason on the Gilmore Girls TV series.
But what you may not know is about Sean is he has a big heart for community cats! And he’s a strong supporter of the Trap-Neuter-Return strategy.
Sean Gunn will be a guest star at FandomFest Louisville, July 28-30. Besides autographs, Sean will be selling special “Ravager Cat” t-shirts, created and designed by Louisville’s own Ryan Patterson of Cat Magic Punks, a long-time supporter of Alley Cat Advocates. 100% of Ravager Cat shirt sales benefit Alley Cat Advocates.
Check out CatMagicPunks.com. Their motto is: Cat Shirts for Cat Punks. “For the love of our feline friends. A celebration of cats, art, punk, music, and community.” 15% of every garment sold goes to Alley Cat Advocates.
FandomFest Louisville: Celebrities, Cosplay, Comic Art, Clothing, Gaming, and more, July 28-30. Visit FandomFest.com for more info!
Alley Cat Advocates recently welcomed Rhiannon Langel and Laurel Slaughter, both students at the University of Louisville. Laurel is studying Communications and Rhiannon is studying Marketing. Both have chosen to spend the summer writing stories about Alley Cat Advocates’ work for cats and their caretakers, helping to organize and promote fundraisers, sharing information with our supporters via newsletters, web and social media.
Laurel will graduate in December and will earn college credit as part of her internship. She has always been an avid cat lover. She is currently a vet tech at Crescent Hill Animal Hospital and eventually wants to earn Veterinary Technician degree. When she isn’t helping animals, she spends her time taking pictures. She’s a sports photographer for The Cardinal student newspaper, and in her free time she enjoys documenting wildlife and landscapes.
Rhiannon, who works third shift at UPS, had been looking for an internship that would not only provide her with an exciting and educational experience, but would also satisfy her desire to work and help animals in any way possible. In her free time she enjoys reading Harry Potter books, playing on the computer, and hanging out with Princess and Blue, who were once community cats.