Thank you for contacting Stray Cat Alliance.
Every person who wants to help cats in their community is very important to us and we make every effort to respond personally to every email we receive.
Because of the volume of inquiries we receive, it may take up to five days to receive a response. We appreciate your patience as we work to respond to everyone. In the meantime, please read our Frequently Asked Questions and see if you find the information you need there.
Also, be aware that sometimes messages end up in our spam box so if you don’t hear from us within a week, please e-mail again.
If you have an emergency (a sick or injured animal), please contact your local veterinarian. We do not recommend contacting Animal Control or bringing cats or any other animals to a shelter, as it may unfortunately result in negative outcomes. Animal shelters, despite their name, may not always be the safest environment for animals, so it’s important to explore alternative options.
If you have cats or kittens needing to be placed in homes, you can find guidance at:
If you think you have found a lost cat, you can put signs up at your local shelter and around the neighborhood and go to a local veterinarian to have the cat scanned for a microchip and, hopefully, find the guardian. We recommend you use a general description of the cat and a photo when putting up flyers or posting on social media. The animal’s guardian will be able to describe any specific identifying characteristics of the lost cat, so it is best to hold those back in initial posts.
We WANT to help you help the cats in your community and WILL be in touch shortly!
Thank you again for caring!
Stray Cat Alliance