Since 2002, Cal Maritime’s Community Cat Program has worked tirelessly to humanely contain the homeless cat population on campus. This is a group of dedicated CMA students, faculty, staff and community members who come together to trap cats and kittens and have them spayed, neutered and vaccinated to contain their numbers and prevent them from reproducing—a program known as TNRA (Trap, Neuter, Return or Adopt).
If you wish to join our program, and earn community service or campus stewardship hours, please call Dr. Marocchino (the faculty coordinator) at ext. 1152 and leave a message or email her. New meeting days/times for this group will be announced at the beginning of spring semester 2015.
In order to gauge student perceptions about this project the group created a survey. Please see the link below to take the survey and for the opportunity to win a prize.
SURVEY LINK: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8KBSJCR
*The survey will be open from December 1 through midnight on December 10. Winners will be announced—and prizes awarded—on December 12, during formation.