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We aren’t always able to take in cats, but we are always very interested in discussing your case and helping to work towards a safe resolution for the cats. Sometimes we can help get friendly cats into safe shelters we work with on a regular basis and we are always happy to offer free spay/neuter assistance for feral cats being returned to their area. We will be happy to discuss ideas and options with you to help the cats so please email us today using our contact page.
To adopt an Animal Allies cat, please fill out an online application and we will be in touch within 24 hours or so to set up a face to face meeting with you and the cat of your dreams!
Through the extreme generosity of Cynthia Davis and family our dream of having our own building has been realized. Our Center is located at 476 Front Street in Manchester, New Hampshire.
At our Center, we offer educational workshops and informative presentations from a variety of area animal advocates on all types of issues related to animals and provide resources and action tips to anyone interested in helping our furry, feathered, fur-less, scaled, friendly, feral, tame, (you get the picture) friends! We will have a different theme each month focusing on one specific animal cause.
We have wonderful cats available for adoption. Cats that have been rescued off the streets and are looking for their forever home. Formerly feral kittens that have been fostered, socialized, tamed and spayed/neutered are available as well.
Adoptions are by appointment only, email us to make arrangements for a mutually convenient time to meet a volunteer at our Center
Our Center is run strictly by volunteers with no paid staff, as we have always run our organization in the past, with every penny continuing to benefit the animals directly. We are always looking for more volunteers to help out, so please feel free to fill out an application online.
Directions: Take exit 6 off of 293 (Amoskeag St.). Keep right at the fork and continue toward Amoskeag Rotary. At second light, bear right onto Front Street. The Center is located approximately 1/2 mile on the left (purple building with lime green trim).[/one_half_last]
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