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Updates and Progress

Paws to Care has begun the trap and spay/neuter process with the cats residing on campus.

In late May, LIlly and her three kittens were caught and Lilly has been examined, spayed and given vaccinations by APSU adjunct faculty member Christina Webb Galben, DVM, and our partners at Animal Hospital (11 McClure Street).  Lilly will be released back on campus and her three kittens are available for adoption.  Pictures of them can be seen on the "Adoptable Cats and Kittens" page.

Lilly


February 22, Mama and her female kitten Shadow were captured.  They were both examined, spayed and given vaccinations by APSU adjunct faculty member Christina Webb Galben, DVM, and our partners at Animal Hospital (11 McClure Street).  Funding for their care was provided by the APSU Ag Pre-Vet Club.   A few days later the other two kittens, Midnight and Tiger were caught and both were neutered.  All were found to be healthy.  We have also captured an orange and white male.

Mama CatShadowMidnightTigerGarfield 

Shadow, Midnight and Tiger have been adopted! 

When we do have kittens available for adoption, they will need someone willing to work with a young feral cat.  They are not yet socialized with humans and require patience to earn their trust.  Most feral cats will bond with their specific humans but may never feel comfortable with strangers.

We have received many donations for Paws to Care but still are in need of more funds as we attempt to capture additional cats.  Donations may be made to the APSU Advancement Office. 

We also have t-shirts for sale for $10 with all proceeds going to cat care and feeding.  To purchase a t-shirt, please contact Debbie Suiter at suiterl@apsu.edu or 931-221-7021.

Paws to Care t-shirts