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Alley cay Allies 2017 calander

Cat Advocate,

Back by popular demand, the 2016-2017 Alley Cat Allies calendar has arrived, and I want to send yours today!

But we’ve printed a limited quantity. And considering last year’s demand, these calendars are going to be gone before you know it.

So please act fast and make an urgently-needed contribution of $12 or more to support the lifesaving work of Alley Cat Allies right now and we’ll send you your free copy to say “thank you!” for your generosity.

This calendar was made possible by supporters like you, Cat Advocate, who sent in thousands of amazing cat photographs for consideration in this year’s calendar. It wasn’t easy, but we carefully selected each photo in this calendar—with help from the votes of loyal supporters like you—to celebrate all of the beautiful cat lives saved over this past year.

So I hope you will enjoy this heartwarming calendar as much as I do. Alley Cat Allies could not accomplish our mission to save cats without you. It is my hope that it will remind you each day of all that you do to protect these beautiful animals.

With a tax-deductible gift of $12 or more today, you will help us save even more cats in 2017 and beyond—and we’ll send you your free calendar to show our appreciation of your loyal support.

Like every cat we save, each cat in this year’s calendar has a special story. I can’t wait for you to meet cats like…


  • Pie, featured in October 2016. Pie was found with her siblings in a huge blizzard in Washington, D.C. earlier this year. Now, this calico “blizzard kitten” is spayed, vaccinated, and lives happily in her forever home! Pie is also featured on our National Feral Cat Day Poster!
  • Waffles, featured in December 2017. Waffles was adopted from a shelter by his loving family when he was just a kitten. Despite being the smallest and shyest kitten in the shelter, Waffles has a big personality. He loves knocking over water glasses, sleeping on his back, and prowling in the yard for “presents” to bring home!
  • Lady Jane, featured in October 2017. Lady Jane was rescued from an abandoned apartment when she was 1 year old. Although she is still very shy, this kitten loves to be petted and eats all the cat grass she can!

With 70% of all cats and nearly 100% of community cats brought to shelters and killed, each one of these precious cats is a miracle that you helped create through your support of Alley Cat Allies.

So please make a gift of $12 or more today to help save more cats, and receive your free calendar as a sign of our gratitude for your incredible support.

Thank you!

Becky Robinson    For the cats,
Becky Robinson
Becky Robinson
President & Founder
Alley Cat Allies




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