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February Edition

Thanks to the support of loyal donors like you, we’ve been very busy this month protecting cats around the country. Here are just a few of our current projects and successes:

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Sign the Petition—Ask The Washington Post to Set the Record Straight on TNR!

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This past weekend the Washington Post Magazine published a story riddled with errors about TNR. It dismisses our national movement for humane policies and distorts the true landscape of TNR. It also misrepresents our values as a society. We know that the majority of Americans want to protect cats’ lives.

Add your name! Ask The Washington Post to publish an op-ed by Alley Cat Allies to set the record straight.

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Spread the Love with a Valentine’s Day eCard

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Our Valentine’s Day eCards are back, and they’ll help you let your loved ones know you care about them—and cats! Whether it’s two cats giving a nose-to-nose greeting in the snow, or a kitten curling up with a canine companion, we have the perfect card to share with your valentine.

Send an Alley Cat Allies Valentine’s Day eCard today!

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Talking Up TNR at a Veterinary Conference

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We presented at the North American Veterinary Community Conference in Orlando, Fla. last month, one of the largest veterinary conferences with more than 16,000 attendees, to educate veterinary professionals about how they can support Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). Veterinarian Dr. Jeff Newman and Alley Cat Allies Community Outreach Manager Anne Marie Vastano hosted a session on the benefits of TNR—the first-ever session on TNR in the conference’s history. The response was positive and encouraging!

Ask veterinary professionals you know to show their support for TNR.

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Adoptable Cats: Meet Mario and Francis!

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Four-year-old siblings Mario and Francis have already decided that they’re each other’s valentines. Spunky, outgoing Mario has a white chest and paws that would make a tuxedo cat jealous. Green-eyed Francis is a little shy but has a heart of gold. These beauties have spent their whole lives together and want to stay together if possible!

Say “Be Mine” to Mario and Francis! Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the gift of a loving home.

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Saving Cats’ Lives—Future Five Shelters Make Progress

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Our Future Five: Shelter Partners to Save Cats’ Lives program is off to great start—follow each shelter’s progress through posted videos, photos, and milestones. This month we hosted two TNR workshops with the Stanislaus Animal Services Agency in California. Similar workshops are planned for all the Future Five partners.

Meet adorable kitten Samantha in Kanawha/Charleston Humane Association’s first video blog.

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Quick Links

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Save the Cats—and the Birds! Learn the truth about threats to bird populations. Share our video and infographics.

Keep in touch with Becky! Follow Alley Cat Allies President Becky Robinson on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

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