Project Cat Watch

Project Cat Watch

Project Cat Watch
Project Cat Watch promotes and encourages to improve the quality of life of feral cats found at Raritan Valley Community College by monitoring and reducing the population in the most humane way possible.

What are our meetings like?
During our meetings, we educate members about the many aspects that go into caring for feral cats as well as your own pets such as vaccinations, diseases, and trapping. Our meetings are fun and open, usually with snacks, coloring, and games in order to make caring for our campus cats the most enjoyable process.

What do we do?
The purpose of Project Cat Watch is to reduce the population of feral cats found at RVCC as it poses a threat and health concern to both community members and the cats themselves. Our club works to do this through monitoring by daily feedings, cameras, and annual visits to the vet with the help of our members.

How can you reach us?
President: Hailey Kovacs, G00287114@stu.raritanval.edu
Co-Advisor: Jay Kelly, jay.kelly@raritanval.edu
Community Partner: St. Hubert's Animal Shelter

 

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