Juliet's story is special. She was an abandoned cat, trying to survive each day living in a pile of trash on the waterfront in East Boston. She was starving, injured and covered in fleas and ticks, but her trust and affection for people was amazing, particularly since her suffering was caused by cruel and careless humans. More...
Click here to read Jonas Prang's blog entry about a recent collaboration with Charles River Alleycats to TNR feral cats in his neighborhood and to socialize and place three feral kittens.
Lisa Tang Liu, principal, Pigmentia Photography, has donated her time and talent to showcase homeless cats and kittens in her beautiful photos. See the fabulous pictures here.
The Massachusetts Animal Friendly License Plate has been introduced to help end the tragedy of pet overpopulation. When you purchase a Massachusetts Animal Friendly license plate, you will be telling your community that you care about animals! By purchasing this license plate, you will be contributing to a statewide program that will directly benefit Massachusetts animals. Click on the license plate to learn more!
Two uncontrolled breeding cats...
Please spay or neuter your pet.
Charles River Alleycats (CRA) is dedicated to promoting and reducing the number of homeless and feral cats in the greater Boston Area through non-lethal means, by using programs such as trap-neuter-return (TNR). In this way feral cats will be sterilized and returned to their outdoor homes, where caregivers provide ongoing shelter, food and supervision. Adoptable cats that have become lost or abandoned will be placed into homes whenever possible. In cases where CRA can, it will facilitate low cost spay/neuter services to those who are unable to afford this for their pets.