About Campus Cats / Cat Zip Alliance

Note: We are a resource, not a shelter. We will not remove or relocate cats from your property. We can provide you with traps and the training and information you need to effectively and humanely manage community cats where you live or work. If you need to re-home a pet we recommend https://rehome.adoptapet.com/

Cat Zip Alliance (CZA) was officially formed on January 15, 2007. It is a nonprofit organization with 501(3)(c) tax exempt status.

Campus Cats/Cat Zip Alliance is an all-volunteer group with no paid employees, so you know your donations go directly to covering vet care, food, and supplies. Our broad mission is to promote humane and effective community cat management through our Trap-Neuter-Return-Monitor (TNR), barn cat, sanctuary, and adoption programs in order to keep community cats out of animal control facilities. On a smaller scale, we care for the community cats that live on and adjacent to University of Georgia property every day. On a larger scale, we loan out traps, conduct TNR workshops & training, and provide the resources someone might need in order to manage community cats in their own backyards or place of business, serving Athens Clarke County and surrounding counties in mid- and NE Georgia. 

Our program was modeled after several of the highly successful campus and other community feral cat management programs in the country. For a list of some of these programs, please see the Links Section.