The Alabama League of Municipalities launched #LiveLocallyAlabama a grassroots campaign encouraging civic engagement and highlighting the crucial role municipal government plays in the daily lives of Alabama’s citizens. OBACCP is honored to be featured in the July/August issue. Read more on our blog.
Gov. Kay Ivey signs HJR 152 in her state Capitol office Montgomery, Ala., Wednesday, February 21, 2018. With her is state Rep. Connie Rowe. HJR 152 recognizes February 27, 2018 as World Spay Day. World Spay Day is a campaign to advocate the spaying or neutering of pets. (Governor's Office, Jamie Martin)
Are you ready for some downward facing cat? What could be better than relaxing, meditating and striking a yoga pose with a couple of friendly kittens? Join MOXIE for Cats on Mats on Sunday, October 29th at 11:30AM for a one hour, all level yoga class led by Hanna Radcliff.
Expect a few giggles along the way as a few friendly kittens roam freely among class participants and may even curl up for a nap on a yoga mat! Class is limited to 20 participants and will take place at MOXIE at The Wharf. Your entire $20 class fee will serve as a tax-deductible donation to the Orange Beach Animal Care and Control Program (OBACCP) and the Trap-Neuter-Return effort. Cat adoptions will be available in the breezeway after class.
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See you at Cats on Mats on Sunday, October 29th at 11:30AM. Meowmaste!
Earlier this week, the Orange Beach City Council and Mayor Tony Kennon unanimously passed a resolution endorsing the Orange Beach Animal Care and Control Program (OBACCP)
No matter where you live, natural disasters can happen without warning. Tornadoes, floods, forest fires, you name it, we’ve seen it–and helped cats that are affected by those extreme situations. The best thing to do for the cats you care for is have a plan in place in case a natural disaster does strike.