Orange Beach Animal Care & ControlMay 14, 2018 - Orange Beach, AL - (OBA®) - What a difference a year can make. Before September 2017, officials in Orange Beach, Alabama, didn’t have a procedure in place for addressing people’s concerns about outdoor cats. Today, the city has a thriving Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program. The Orange Beach Animal Care and Control Program (OBACCP) has spayed or neutered more than 150 cats and kittens and adopted out at least 30 to date. The amazing turnaround is due to the hard work of Tom Conerly, Orange Beach’s newest animal control officer.

Conerly, a former military colonel, began his work with TNR in January 2017 — after he and his wife spotted three kittens in their driveway. Three kittens became five, and then nine. Conerly knew something had to be done. Read An Amazing ACO: Tom Conerly Changes City’s Approach to Community Cats on Alleycat.org.
Orange Beach Animal Care and Control is a resource for animal advocates and volunteers driving change and accelerating protection for animals in Orange Beach, Ala. For more information about OBACCP, please visit us on the web, Facebook or Instagram.
 
OBACCP is a community-centered 501(c) (3) non-profit project dedicated to saving the lives of community cats and all animals. All donations are tax deductible. For more information about 501(c) (3) tax deductions, please call 800-829-1040. To donate or join the OBACCP effort visit www.obaccp.org.