Community Care for Community Cats

Our mission is to humanely reduce the population of unowned outdoor cats through TNR.

Become a Kudzu Cat Ally

We are dedicated to improving life for community cats.

Founded in October 2019, Kudzu Cat Alliance’s primary mission is to stabilize — and ultimately reduce — community cat populations in Cobb County via a spay neuter program known as TNR, or Trap – Neuter – Return. Community cats are free-roaming, unowned cats that live outdoors, and are the primary source of kittens entering animal control and shelters. We trap them using humane traps, take them for spay neuter and vaccinations, and then return them to their colony. As a result, they live safer and healthier lives and no longer increase in number.

In addition, we provide veterinary care for sick or injured community cats, and food support to caretakers in need. We also educate the public about the benefits of TNR, and collaborate with property owners, residents, local rescues, and caretakers to identify and serve community cat colonies. We offer trap loans and TNR training, as well as resources for those who want to learn more about community cats or kitten care and socialization.

Finally, whenever possible, we rescue kittens from outdoor lives and give them safe indoor homes. You can help us save them by fostering or adopting.

Board of Directors

Julie Sims, President
Amy Harwell, Vice President
Leighanne Maluchnik, Treasurer


Everyone at Kudzu is a volunteer. We are 100% donor funded, and 100% of donations go to our mission. Our other regular volunteers include: Allie Eam Anna Levy Samantha Blackwell Stacy Smith