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Latest News

2020: A Year in Review

Posted on January 18th, 2021

In 2020 3,677 cats were spayed or neutered at the Community Cat Complex. That is definitely something to celebrate. We moved into the Community Cat Complex in February and did no spay or neuters in January 2020. Then a global pandemic caused shut downs, staff furloughs and an abbreviated surgery schedule. Through all of the challenges and growing pains Alley Cat Advocates continues to make a difference every day.

Alley Cat Advocates Welcomes New Staff

Posted on January 17th, 2021

L to R: Sarah Smith, Stephen Hinks, Kodi Forish

Alley Cat Advocates is pleased to introduce 3 new members of our veterinary team. Welcome to Sarah Smith, Stephen Hinks and Kodi Forish. They bring years of expertise and experience to the team and we couldn’t be happier to have them on board. Rest assured, community cats are in good hands at the Community Cat Complex.

Help Community Cats with Kroger Community Rewards

Posted on January 16th, 2021

If you shop at Kroger please consider supporting Alley Cat Advocates through their community rewards program. All you have to do, is visit www.kroger.com/communityrewards, and select Alley Cat Advocates (QL501). Then every time you shop and use your card, Kroger donates to Alley Cat Advocates. The last quarter shows that we have 999 supporters and just under $5,000 in rewards. Will you be the 1,000th supporter and get us over $5,000 each quarter in rewards? It is an easy way to make a big difference! Sign up today!

Fancy Nancey’s New Tail

Posted on January 16th, 2021

Fancy Nancey’s caretakers reported that his tail just hung behind him like he couldn’t move or raise it. At first, it was difficult to find any injuries, but an x-ray revealed a fracture in his spine. The fracture is above the tail, but by amputating most of his tail, the pressure and weight have been removed and the fracture can heal. Fancy Nancey is now able to move his nub and seems to be pain free. Donations are needed to provide extra care like x-rays and additional surgery and hospital care. Please donate to provide help for Nancey and cats like him.

Welcome Stephen Hinks

Posted on January 15th, 2021

Welcome to the Alley Cat Advocates team, Stephen Hinks. Stephen joins the team as a Veterinary Assistant. A lifelong animal lover, Stephen has spent over 15 years working with animals. Born in Illinois, Stephen traveled with the Air Force, before landing in New York. He and his family moved to Kentucky to be closer to extended family. He now shares his home with his lovely wife, a four year old daughter (who currently thinks she is a cat) and his 6 cats, 1 beagle and some fish. In his free time, Stephen enjoys working puzzles of all types! We are so happy to have Stephen as part of our team!