Stray and Feral Cat Advice from Becky Robinson

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 Becky Robinson, President of Alley Cat Allies

Becky Robinson is the founder of Alley Cat Allies, the only national advocacy organization dedicated to the protection and humane treatment of cats.

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Becky Robinson regularly responds to e-mail questions. When emailing Becky regarding your cat or kitten, consider sending digital photos — this may help her identify the problem.

If you have a sick cat, seek veterinary assistance immediately. Do not wait to see if your question is answered, especially if your pet is showing signs of illness. In many cases, time is of the essence.

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Laine    Altoona, FL

9/10/2013 1:16:31 PM

For Becky Robinson,
I receive your e-mails, but am unable to contribute at this time. I have been unemployed for 1.5 out of 2 years. Prior, I was able to help (only) 14 ferral cats with TNR, paying on my own. I figured I kept about a million unwanted cats from being born. My wife has left me with no money, and no job, and I cannot find a job in Lake Co. Fl. I would like to relocate to S. Carolina with my 7 strays, 1 of which is 3/4 ferral and will take about 2 months to catch her again, 1 which is about 1/2 ferral, but all are rescues. Does anyone have a house where I can live with my kids until I get back on my feet, and pay off the rent by working for Alley Cats? I really hate the cold, but the Carolinas would be "ok!" Please contact me at your convenience, and thank you for all you do.
Laine Dorflinger
Altoona, Florida 32702
352-360-3383

Mateo    North Catalina, NC

6/26/2013 9:41:05 PM

Can cats eat bread?

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