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The Campus Cat Network at UCLA is involved in all phases of caring for feral cats on campus. The gr...

UCLA Staff – Campus Cat Network

October 22nd, 2018

Duration: Ongoing
First Day : Oct 22, 2018

The Campus Cat Network at UCLA is involved in all phases of caring for feral cats on campus. The group is dependent on staff volunteers for all of these activities and is currently in need of new volunteers in two areas – feeding and fostering for adoption.

Feeding involves working with other volunteers at an assigned on-campus site to ensure that dry food and water are available. Ideally, volunteer feeders visit their sites on alternating weeks, but currently there are two sites where the volunteers must feed every week. Volunteers provide their own dry food, but the expense is pretty minimal.

Fostering for adoption will normally involve young kittens, although the group occasionally traps a socialized adult kitty who has been abandoned on campus. The Campus Cat Network has printed information from Kitten Rescue that provides guidance on best practices in foster care.

Please contact Dennis Lyday at if you are interested in either activity or if you would like more information.

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Time Details

Volunteers replenish food every other week, or every week. The time commitment is minimal and mainly includes transportation to and from the on-campus location

Tags: animals, staff

Contact Person: Dennis Lyday

Contact Email:

Contact Phone Number: n/a

Organization: Campus Cat Network

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