Friday, October 16, 2009

Celebrate Today and Make a Difference in Cats' Lives: From Alley Cat Allies

Today marks the ninth annual National Feral Cat Day, an event we founded years ago on the date of our incorporation to honor our nation's feral cats.

We hope you will be taking part in one of the over 100 events going on in 33 states across the country. View Alley Cat Allies' list of events online. Some celebrations are taking place this coming weekend—so there is still time to attend.

Can’t make it to an event at all? Don’t worry. There are things you can do today and every day to support Alley Cat Allies and raise awareness about feral cats and Trap-Neuter-Return.

Whether you hang a poster in your town, take part in the “I’m an Alley Cat Ally” photo pledge, write a letter to the editor of your local paper, or make a donation to Alley Cat Allies, we’re happy to have you on our side as we work to protect and improve the lives of cats across the nation.

Check out our list of events.
Hang a poster in your neighborhood and all around town.
Show the world you're an "Alley Cat Ally."
Write a letter to the editor using these samples as your guide.
Donate today to help make a difference in cats' lives.
All of us here at Alley Cat Allies wish you a very happy National Feral Cat Day!


Becky Robinson

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