Alley Cats and Angels Named Top Nonprofit of 2013 by GreatNonprofits
Alley Cats and Angels, an all-volunteer, non-profit, 501(c)(3), foster home-based cat rescue organization located in the Triangle, was recently named Top Nonprofit of 2013 by GreatNonprofits, a leading provider of reviews and ratings of nonprofit organizations throughout the United States.
Alley Cats and Angels earned this title based on reviews submitted by those who have had a positive experience with the organization, volunteer, or serve on the Board. These reviews earned the organization a five-star rating, as compared to other national nonprofit organizations.
Alley Cats and Angels is dedicated to the improving the lives of the stray, abandoned and feral cats in the Triangle. It promotes compassionate and humane treatment of cats through:
- Rescue, sterilization, foster care and adoption of homeless cats
- Educating the public on compassionate care and the importance of spaying and neutering
- TNR (trap/neuter/return) programs for feral cats
- Finding barn homes for feral cats in unsafe situations
In 2012 alone, Alley Cats and Angels safely relocated 29 feral and semi-feral cats from high-risk situations to safe barn and garden homes, sterilized and vaccinated 323 cats and kittens through its spay/neuter voucher program, Alter an Alley Cat and adopted out 278 cats and kittens.
“This organization goes above and beyond for all the cats & kittens that are rescued,” a reviewer wrote. “Alley cats and Angels have some of the most dedicated people taking care of them until placed in their forever homes.”
For more information about how to get involved with Alley Cats and Angels or details on how to adopt/foster, visit www.alleycatsandangels.org
About Alley Cats and Angels:
Alley Cats and Angels is an all-volunteer, non-profit, 501(c)(3), foster home-based cat rescue organization located in the Triangle, NC area. Alley Cats and Angels takes a multi-faceted approach to cat rescue and welfare. It starts with our feral cat education, assistance, and TNR program, where we assist with the TNR of feral cats and take in kittens and friendly cats from feral colonies. After socializing and vetting them, they are put up for adoption through our adoption program. There is also the barn/garden cat program that relocates high-risk feral cats to safe barns for a second chance at life. And finally our Alter an Alley Cat spay/neuter assistance program provides low-cost spay/neuter for pet cats, stray cats, and feral cats whose owners/caregivers cannot afford the cost of spay/neuter.