Thursday, October 27, 2011

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

You go, Toronto (and other Canadian Communities)

The Toronto City Council has banned the possession, sale, trade and distribution of shark fins and their byproducts within the Toronto City limits. The move comes on the heels of similar prohibitions that have recently been passed in the cities of Brantford, Mississauga and Oakville.

Read more here.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Franklin Celebrates National Feral Cat Day

Franklin says "thank you" to everyone who helps ferals, and former ferals, like him!

Friday, October 14, 2011

There's Still Time to Take Part in the Biggest National Feral Cat Day Ever

The big day is almost here—National Feral Cat Day is this Sunday, October 16! How are you going to celebrate?

Join us in showing America’s compassion for cats from coast to coast by participating in National Feral Cat Day 2011. With more than 320 events registered nationwide—far exceeding our goal of 250 events in all 50 states—this will be the biggest National Feral Cat Day in history. Don’t miss out on your chance to be part of it!

Here’s a few ideas of how you can help protect cats’ lives on Sunday (visit http://www.alleycat.org/NFCD for links to each idea!)

Attend an event near you to show your support for humane cat care.

Talk up National Feral Cat Day on your Facebook and Twitter accounts.

If you have a blog, write a post about feral cats, TNR, and/or National Feral Cat Day. Feel free to link to our online resources and add a National Feral Cat Day banner to your website!

Download and hand out materials like posters and truth cards to educate your community about feral cats.

Make a special National Feral Cat Day donation to Alley Cat Allies so we can continue helping cats year round.

Find more ideas and the instructions and information you need to make them happen on our National Feral Cat Day website.

However you decide to improve the lives of cats this weekend, be sure to let us and the entire National Feral Cat Day community know about it. Post about it on Twitter using the hashtag #NFCD2011, tag us in your Facebook posts, and don’t forget to show us your pictures!

Sincerely,
Alley Cat Allies

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