We Need Your Voice!

Cats need your help! You may have read that the City of Los Angeles is considering a new proposal to implement a Citywide Cat Program that would provide funding and support to community groups that engage in spay/neuter, trap/neuter/return (TNR), education about community cats, and outreach programs for cats.

The final decision to approve the program or not, is pending an Environmental Impact Report (EIR), which is in process now, and includes an opportunity for public comment. There are some powerful and well-funded groups that are opposed to the implementation of this type of cat program which is why we need your voice to be heard in support of the "Cat Program".

Please take a few moments to email the City of Los Angeles telling them that you support the 2017 Citywide Cat Program.

We Need Your Voice! || LA Citywide Cat Program

VOLUNTEERS

Lend a Paw At Stray Cat Alliance

If you love cats and want to be part of ”Building a No Kill Nation One Stray At a Time,” SCA has a volunteer opportunity for you. Not only will you find a network of great people, support, and camaraderie but you will experience that incredible feeling that comes with knowing YOU are making a direct difference in the life of a cat!

SCA is a volunteer based organization so it’s caring people like you that help us reach as many cats in need as possible. Your special talents and interests are needed at SCA and together we can explore the perfect volunteer opportunity to match your lifestyle and available time.

If you are interested in volunteering at Stray Cat Alliance or want to learn more – e-mail our Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator at volunteers@straycatalliance.org

Here are some of the many exciting volunteer opportunities available:

Current Needs

  • Volunteer at our TNR Empowerment Center helping care for cats and kittens along with organizing and cleaning
  • Trap Ferals for Trap/Neuter Return Program – Help put an end to cat over-population
  • Adoptions Events – Help find our wonderful cats loving homes
  • Foster – Provide a temporary home for a  rescued cat or kitten
  • Outreach Booths – Help educate the public about feral cars and responsible pet ownership
  • Fundraising and Special Events – Help plan and staff special fundraising events
  • Hotline calls – Assist the public with Trap/Neuter/Return information
  • Facility – Help out with feeding, cleaning, and petting these very special kitties
  • Feed a Cat Colony – help monitor, feed, and maintain a feral cat colony
  • Cat Transporter – help transport cats to adoption events, vet visits and out of the shelter
  • Trap depots – Operate and show others how to use the traps for humane TNR
  • Administration – help with phone calls, data entry, mailings