Neighborhoods Program Expands to ALL Jefferson County Zip Codes

Neighborhoods Program Expands to ALL Jefferson County Zip Codes Alley Cat Advocates is receiving national attention and support for our progress in making this the safest city in the country for community cats! Thanks to support from Petsmart Charities, ASPCA … Continued

HONK if you love community cats!

Thanks to the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, our transport van is now equipped with wonderful shelving to keep the kitties safe and secure during transport. The van, whom we affectionately call Audrey, was purchased with funds from Best Friends … Continued

Meet Apricot! He’s a peach!

Apricot came to Alley Cat Advocates on Oaks Day 2014. He suffered from a high fever which caused a neurological disorder. Eight months later, Apricot has been fostered, loved and rehabbed.  He attended his first Alley Cat Advocates volunteer meeting … Continued

Track Your Volunteer Hours

Please submit your hours for September!  This information will be used in our grant proposals and is helpful in illustrating the great amount of time and commitment our community has to saving lives. Please download the form and begin to … Continued

ASPCA Spotlight on: Alley Cat Advocates

Reposted from ASPCA: Since 1999, Louisville, KY’s Alley Cat Advocates (ACA) has spayed and neutered more than 30,000 community cats. Thanks to their Big Fix and Quick Fix programs, Operation City Kitty community outreach program, and collaboration with Louisville … Continued

Best Friends Animal Society Grant awarded

Alley Cat Advocates has been given a grant, thanks to an anonymous donation through Best Friends Animal Society. The grant was awarded to three key local organizations, Alley Cat Advocates, Saving Sunny and the Kentucky Humane Society to enhance and … Continued

Enroll your Kroger Card to support Alley Cat Advocates!

Please enroll today to support Alley Cat Advocates! Enroll today to support Alley Cat Advocates!  You’ll support Alley Cat Advocates every time you scan your Kroger Plus Card to buy groceries, prescriptions and gas! Here’s how to enroll: Visit … Continued

Neighborhoods Program Expands to 10 Zip Codes

Do you know someone who lives in the 40208, 40209, 40213, 40214, 40215, 40216, 40217, 40219, 40258, or 40272 zip code who feeds and cares for unowned community cats? Our Neighborhoods Program, supported by Petsmart Charities, has been expanded to … Continued

Next BIG FIX: September 28

We’re currently looking for volunteers to help with our next BIG FIX which is scheduled for Sunday, September 28. Please come help make a real difference for the cats we adore. They are calling your name!!! Current volunteers can call … Continued

Leash Law? Understanding Our City Ordinance

Recently, a Kentucky city passed a leash law. Alley Cat Advocates received a number of calls and emails from concerned citizens wondering if this city’s law would have a negative impact on our unowned community cats. It does not. But, … Continued

More Zip Codes Added to Target City’s Unowned Community Cats

Alley Cat Advocates is pleased to announce another successful year in reducing the city’s unowned community cat population, according Karen Little, Executive Director of Alley Cat Advocates.  This means they can target new neighborhoods that need help. After the nonprofit group … Continued

Louisville Shares Its National Model for Success

Alley Cat Advocates earned “bragging rights” as a national model for success for reducing cat overpopulation and creating a safe city for community cats. Alley Cat Advocates Executive Director Karen Little spoke last month in Virginia at a regional symposium … Continued

Ode to Billie – Billie Emergency Fund

Ode to Billie Billie, beloved inspiration for the Billie Emergency Fund, has passed away.  Read her remarkable story below and help us celebrate her life and legacy. Billie’s relationship with Alley Cat Advocates starts in August 2001, when we were … Continued

It’s the Right Thing To Do!

When Alley Cat Advocates was founded, we asked ourselves what this community wanted us to do with the community cats that came to us for their spay/neuter surgery but had medical needs beyond that scheduled surgery. What were we to … Continued

Caretaker Turned Volunteer

I became a caretaker of feral cats in 2007. A stray female cat came to my house in the winter of 2006,  and she had two kittens with her. She was almost starved, full of worms and she would eat … Continued

The Thrill of Your Life

Seriously! Do you want to be a part of the greatest thing happening in Louisville? Do you want to be a part of the biggest positive change for cats ever? Do you want to surround yourself with fantastic, enthusiastic people … Continued

ASPCA Community Partner: A Progress Report

The grant applications have been submitted, reviewed, and approved. The awards have been given.  Now the hard work begins! Alley Cat Advocates, the Kentucky Humane Society, and Louisville Metro Animal Services have collectively agreed to focus on two specific goals … Continued

Eat Your Words!

No time to help?  Feeling badly about that?  Stop Right There!   Take the time to send us $5 and we’ll send you a Kroger Gift Card with your $5 on it.  Every time you reload the card at Kroger, … Continued