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February Sale!

Posted on February 14th, 2019

This year is off to a great start, and February is not too late to get a 2019 Alley Cat Advocates wall calendar to keep your schedule on track. We have a few left and they are now 50% OFF through the end of February. Use code CalendarSale in our online shop when you check out.
All Alley Cat Advocates merchandise, including t-shirts, sweatshirts, and jackets, are also 50% off. These make a great gift for your Valentine, and show your support for community cats. Sizes and styles are limited, so shop now for the best selection! Use promo code Meow50 when you check out. Sale ends February 28.

Alley Cat Advocates welcomes two new staff members

Posted on February 14th, 2019

Caroline Griggs joins us as Operations Director. In this position, she directs the day-to-day operations of our trap-neuter-return program, manages incoming calls to the hotline and schedules caretakers for surgery, and works regularly with our veterinary and shelter partners to ensure the well-being of the cats who come through our program.  Laura Saleem joins us as Assistant to the Executive Director where she will provide administrative support to the Executive Director.  We are excited to welcome Caroline and Laura to the team!

Thanks, BISSELL Pet Foundation!

Posted on February 14th, 2019

Alley Cat Advocates thanks the BISSELL Pet Foundation for their generous donation to our work. With partners such as the BISSELL Pet Foundation, we are able to support our community by providing spay and neuter surgeries to even more community cats.
Thanks, BISSELL Pet Foundation. With your help, we’re making Louisville the safest city in the country to be a community cat.

Build Our Blocks

Posted on October 8th, 2018

Every year Alley Cat Advocates takes part in Mayor Greg Fischer’s Building Our Blocks (BOB) program. It was created as a response to systemic neighborhood challenges in Louisville. BOB brings together Louisville Metro Government agencies with community leaders and partner organizations to take steps to minimize blight, deter crime, beautify neighborhoods and build hope – one block at a time. BOB partners lend their time and resources to connect directly with residents to strengthen community engagement and provide on-the-spot services during the event.

Bernie’s Buddies- November 10th

Posted on October 8th, 2018

Every year Bernie’s Buddies holds a special event to remember a friend and advocate to animals all across the city, Bernie Abell. This year, Bernie’s Buddies is holding an event on November 10th, with all proceeds going to Alley Cat Advocates. The event will be held at Rubbies Resturant 6905 Southside Drive from 6 to 9 pm. There will be T-Shirts and Wristbands available for purchase. Follow Bernie’s Buddies on Facebook for more information as the date draws near.