The manager will coordinate projects with the equivalent position at UC Davis, the work of multiple offsite consultants, and faculty/staff at UF.
The Million Cat Challenge was founded on the belief that “Every Cat Counts.” And now we’re hiring someone to count the cats!
The Million Cat Challenge was founded on the belief that "Every Cat Counts." And now we're hiring someone to count the cats.
We'll be at Expo in Kansas City next week. If you will be, too, please be sure to stop by booth 411 and say hi to us and to the Million Cat Challenge team!
More than 1,200 shelters participating in the Million Cat Challenge projected they'd saved 1 million more cats, not just within the five years of the Challenge, but more than a year early.
Cameron Moore, part of the team that created Target Zero, has joined the Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Program at UF as Million Cat Challenge Program Manager.
Money in, money out, money in the bank. That's how it works with finances, and the same can be true for animals, said Million Cat Challenge co-founder Dr. Kate Hurley at the 2014 Maddie's® Shelter Medicine Conference.
As they watched the data pour in, Million Cat Challenge co-founders Dr. Julie Levy and Dr. Kate Hurley realized they were seeing a cat-saving revolution sweeping the continent.
Saving the lives of 1 million cats in North American animal shelters over five years may be an audacious goal, but the Million Cat Challenge is halfway there.