new mexico state university feral cat management program

FCaMP stands for Feral Cat Management Program. We are a small, "all volunteer" organization which has permission from the NMSU administration to conduct a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program on campus. Our mission is to stabilize the feral cat population here at NMSU. We accomplish this goal by spaying or neutering, vaccinating and microchipping the felines; tipping their left ear to identify them as having been TNR'd; then returning them to campus where they will live out their lives. 

If you are currently feeding feral cats here on campus, we would like to hear from you! We are always in need of volunteers to help set up and maintain feeding stations throughout campus. If you would like to help, please go to our volunteer page, complete it and submit the info. Please be sure to include your email address so that we have a way to get back in touch with you!

Our annual Fall Butterbraid Fundraiser is underway! Please click here to download an order form. For each pastry sold, FCaMP will receive $5.75! If you’ve never enjoyed a ButterBraid, please consider ordering one or two of these fabulous pastries! They are easy to prepare and oh, so good! Perfect for the upcoming holiday season! To learn more about ButterBraids, please click here. Thanks for your support!

There are other ways to help… You can assist us in our efforts by saving aluminum cans or yard sale items. Then, contact Michelle Corella (fcamp@nmsu.edu or 639-3036) to have these items picked up at your convenience!


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