We are an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization in Tempe, AZ, providing TNR (trap/neuter/return) and life-long care to community cats, and medical help to injured strays through our BKIND (Broken Kitties IN Distress) initiative.
Learn more About ALF Animal Loving Friends, Inc.
Your donations help significantly.
"We make a living by what we get,
but we make a life by what we give."
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The full amount of your donation is tax-deductible, as allowed by law. Your gift could not be more appreciated!
Two cats become 20 in one year.
Together, we're saving thousands!
|Breeding cycle stopped for:||645 cats|
|Births prevented in first year of sterility||5934|
|7-year cumulative prevention||135,450,000|
We are thrilled to report that you answered in a BIG way, and have made a WORLD of difference for your neighbors and for these community cats.
We'd like to encourage you to continue spreading the message. Even though a cat's breeding cycle will be more intense in the spring and summer than at any other time of year, cats have moved toward year round breeding, and their season doesn't actually end. Some do not come out of heat until they are either impregnated or spayed. The majority will return back into heat approximately every other week.
Read the Spay One Stray™ Campaign launch page from Spring, 2008.
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Every item you purchase for yourself helps another rescue animal.
PAW IT FORWARD in the ALF store, and help rescue animals with every purchase.
We believe that the best defense is offense - attacking the problem at its source - by altering free-roaming cats before they reproduce.
Volunteers are needed to set and monitor humane traps, transport cats to/from vet appointments, and provide food and water after the cats are released to their colonies. Knowing that you are saving lives and making a positive difference in your community is very rewarding.
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Read about our new medical program, , in the ALF Mewsroom.
Give a little something to ALF animals at no cost to you!
Many Americans have lost their homes, and animals are coming into shelters 20, 30, 40 at a time. Rescue groups are suffering as well, since adoptions and donations are severely decreased. Some have closed their doors.
This all results in another large increase in the number of homeless, community cats left to survive on the streets. Sadly, many of those are not altered, and more kittens are being born into the suffering, with no place to go.
We hope that you'll consider adding a new furry member to your family, or contributing some financial relief to an animal rescue organization in your community.
We've provided some resources for Economic Relief, for those in need of assistance for their furry pals.
Several of our informational sheets are saved in PDF format, and require Adobe Reader. If you don't have it installed, you can get it here.
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