Alley Cat Advocates Receives Funds to Assist County Shelters

Grant of $210,000 will extend efforts to save animal lives in counties surrounding Louisville, KY Louisville, Ky. – May 30, 2018 – Alley Cat Advocates of Louisville, Kentucky has been awarded a $210,000 grant by Best Friends Animal Society, the Joanie Bernard Foundation, … Continued

Save the Date: 11th Annual The Cat’s Meow

It’s never too soon to save the date for Alley Cat Advocates’ The Cat’s Meow! Join us for our 11th Annual The Cat’s Meow on September 25th hosted at Copper & Kings Distillery in Butchertown. This exciting event is preceded … Continued

Nola Introduces the Tharp Family to Trap-Neuter-Return

Alley Cat Advocates makes Louisville the safest city for community cats while bringing friends and families together. Although the Tharp family – Ronnie, Danna, Amber, and Dane- are new to the services Alley Cat Advocates provides, they are very familiar … Continued

David Payne Joins the Alley Cat Advocates Team

We are excited to welcome David Payne as Alley Cat Advocates’ new Director of Development and Communications. David is a graduate of the University of Louisville; with previously experience at the Kentucky Science Center, and the Speed Art Museum. He … Continued

Meet Volunteer, Dewey Beadle

Marley loves to interrupt Dewey’s morning reading! After Dewey retired from teaching he was looking for volunteer activities to fill his time. After attending volunteer orientation in February of 2006, Dewey went to the Big Fix the next month. He said … Continued

We’re Hiring! Join our AMAZING team!

Alley Cat Advocates is hiring! Join our AMAZING team! The selected candidates will be members of a highly motivated team of paid and volunteer staff who are determined to reduce euthanasia of cats in our regions’ shelters. Community Cat Outreach … Continued

Petco Foundation Invests In Lifesaving Work of Alley Cat Advocates

Grant of $10,000 will extend efforts to save more animal lives in Louisville Metro Alley Cat Advocates has been awarded a $10,000 grant by the Petco Foundation to support the Alley Cat Advocates Trap-Neuter-Return program. Using a humane Trap-Neuter-Return program, … Continued

Volunteer and Advocate for Community Cats

Megan Cahill joined our volunteer team six years ago. She immediately knew this was the perfect organization for her. She felt at home from the day she attended volunteer orientation. Megan said, “With so many like-minded individuals, I knew this … Continued

New Home, New Family

Rachel Hodge’s story began when she met Alley Cat Advocates’ founder Karen Little. They worked together at the University of Louisville Music Library. Rachel had recently moved to a new home and she discovered a mama kitty with two small … Continued

Love following Alley Cat Advocates on Facebook?

Facebook has made some recent changes that may be making it harder for you to see our posts in your news feeds. If you enjoy following Alley Cat Advocates on Facebook, please make sure you “Like” our page and then … Continued

Volunteer Spotlight: Sheila Mead

As we head into Volunteer Appreciation Week next week, Alley Cat Advocates is proud to spotlight volunteer Sheila Mead. Shelia first learned about Alley Cat Advocates through an advertisement in the Courier Journal five years ago. Since then, she has … Continued

Thank you Signarama Downtown!

Karen Little, co-founder and executive director of Alley Cat Advocates, accepted a grant from Signarama Downtown. This gift will help Alley Cat Advocates with our signage needs. Thank you, Signarama! Together, we will make our community the safest city in … Continued

Cozy, Well-Fed and Fixed!

Josh Kitterman lives in Indiana and works as a welder. He currently takes care of nineteen cats, and has been their sole caretaker for four years … caring, feeding and fixing the cats. Josh feeds them once in the morning … Continued

Frankfort Avenue Easter Parade

Thanks to everyone who came out to support Alley Cat Advocates in the Frankfort Avenue Easter Parade! It was a beautiful spring day. We loved meeting so many neighbors who lined the avenue to enjoy the day and festivities. See … Continued

Tux Helped Chris Find Alley Cat Advocates

In 2011, Chris Dennison was standing at her window when she saw a stray cat painfully limping across the yard. “Having indoor cats myself, I felt a tug of compassion to help the injured cat,” Chris said. Grabbing cat food … Continued

Highland Coffee Photography Sale

During the month of April, photographer Kas Deddnes will be selling her beautiful photographs at Highland Coffee. Kas is donating 10% of her profits on all sales, and 100% of her proceeds from the kitten photo, to Alley Cats Advocates! … Continued

HappyTail Hour

Join Alley Cat Advocates ay HappyTail Hour. Metro Animal Services will host HappyTail Hour, in conjunction with Kroger’s Fest-a-Ville on the Waterfront. This “pet inclusive” cocktail party will take place Monday, April 30, from 5 – 9 pm at Waterfront … Continued

30% Off Spring Sale

Shop for spring in the Alley Cat Advocates store! Use promo code SpringSale at checkout to save 30% on all of your purchases. All proceeds are used to provide spay or neuter and life-saving veterinary care for community cats in … Continued

Kitten Season Is Here

Kitten season is here! Meet one of the sweeties from the first batch of the season for us. This 4-week old fellow was hanging out with volunteers who were feeding him and keeping him warm and happy while mom had … Continued

We’re Hiring! Join our AMAZING team!

Alley Cat Advocates is hiring a Development and Communications Associate. The selected candidate will be a member of a highly motivated team of paid and volunteer staff who are determined to make Louisville the safest city in the country to … Continued

Vote for Karen Little!

Our founder and executive director, Karen Little, has been nominated as Today’s Woman “Most Admired Woman of 2018!” We’re so proud of Karen. She has set a vision and worked tirelessly to change the lives of over 40,000 stray cats … Continued

Helping Jude and his Siblings

Jude is a local outdoor cat who was born with a unusual eye condition like the rest of his family. These cats are missing their internal eyelids that help keep out dust and debris as well as keep the eyes … Continued

Introducing our 2018 Intern Team

Alley Cat Advocates recently welcomed Lily Carothers, Madison Haller, Hallie Huff, Katy Kline, Rhiannon Langel, and Brianna Vitt to our intern team. All students at the University of Louisville majoring in Marketing, these young professionals have chosen to spend their … Continued