Chrissie Lowe has been a faithful volunteer at Alley Cat Advocates since July 2019. Chrissie loves meeting the caretakers at check-in and discharge. It makes her really happy to see that the cats have homes with loving caretakers. It also means that she isn’t tempted to adopt too many cats! Chrissie came to Alley Cat Advocates because she loves cats and wanted to volunteer. She has found that she loves helping the cats and their caretakers. Chrissie currently has two awesome cats. She works full time as a plant controller (accountant) for a printing company. She likes to bake and enjoys traveling, especially to National Parks. Chrissie is also a 25+ member of a philanthropic sorority whose focus is cancer research, helping cancer patient in the community & providing scholarships to those studying in a medical field.
Kathy Hall and Henry C. Hall, the rescue kitty
Kathy Hall has been volunteering with Alley Cat Advocates for about 10 years. In that time, she has helped at the Big Fix and she currently helps with “office work,” which consist of anything and everything that needs to be done around the Community Cat Complex. It all started when Kathy herself had a couple of community cats that needed to be fixed. She enjoys meeting people like herself who want to do whatever they can to help cats. Kathy still feeds one of the cats that she brought to Alley Cat Advocates many years ago. Although she has had many cats in her life, right now Henry is her one and only. Kathy is a retired Medical Technologist and enjoys travel and scrapbooking with her grandkids.
Thank you so much to every one that came out and picked up a winter shelter to keep the community cats you feed warm this winter.
We gave away 76 shelters stuffed with straw, and ready for community cats to enjoy.
If you missed out we have some step by step instructions available to build your own shelter. Try this simple plan to build a winter shelter for your outdoor cats. It is simple, inexpensive, and your kitty will purr with delight.
It’s been a challenging year for everyone, but we’re proud of the work our staff, supporters, caretakers, donors and others have done to keep us moving forward. To commemorate all that hard work, we’ve designated Nov. 15-21 Alley Cat Advocates Week!
Usually, we would include an in-person gathering but of course, due to the pandemic, we won’t be able to do this year. Instead, we’re going to spend this week across social media letting you know about the supplies we need to continue our work. Consider it a “supplies drive” – and it’s an easy way to order items via Amazon
and have them shipped to us!
Thank you again to everyone for your continued support and hard work. This a great week, and a great way, to celebrate our work!
Alley Cat Advocates’ online store offers several options for gifts that will delight the recipient while providing support for Alley Cat Advocates’ work.
Like it or not, masks are a part of our every day lives for now. So, you might as well wear one that shows off your love of cats. With a donation of $45, you can receive your choice of one of these adorable hand-made masks.
Shop our apparel store for a variety of logo wear options that show the world that you love cats! Tees, tanks and sweatshirts are all available. We recommend you search by the size that you are shopping for to make it easy to see every option.
Donate in honor of a special friend or family member and they will receive a letter letting them know of your generous donation in their name. You can choose to donate to sponsor a cat spay or neuter, or donate another amount.
The Alley Cat Advocates 2021 Calendar is still available in limited quantities. It makes a great stocking stuffer and is filled with beautiful cats on every page. The purrfect gift for the cat lover in your life.