These are just a few of the cats who benefit from the UTA CCC's care. Photo originally appeared in The Renegade.
The Campus Cat Coalition is a non-profit, all-volunteer group of students, staff and faculty from the University of Texas at Arlington campus. Campus Cat's goal is to provide care and humane management of the feral cats on campus through a method known as TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release).
Starting in 2006 we are an approved charity included in the State Employee Charitable Contribution Campaign. If you are a state employee please consider donating a monthly amount from your check. Even $5.00 per month makes a difference!
Have you seen a cat with a flat ear like this? That means it is spayed or neutered! If you see one on campus without the “ear tip” let us know so we can check it out and get it spayed or neutered. Help us save lives!
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