• Kedi
    Kedi
  • Mr. Socks t-shirt
    Mr. Socks t-shirt
    Jennie DeVore ’17
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
  • Campus feral cats of SU
    Campus feral cats of SU
    Kelly Lessard
Film Screening and panel discussion about the campus cats, trap-neuter-release.

Panelists include:
Margaret Hollembeak, Volunteer at Georgetown Animal Outreach
Kelly Lessard, Faculty Advisor to Cat Partners of SU
Georgia LoSchiavo ’12, co-founder of Cat Partners and former President of Cat Partners of SU

Bring a donation of cat food and get a free  Mr. Socks pin!

Kedi Film Synopsis: Hundreds of thousands of cats roam the metropolis of Istanbul freely. For thousands of years they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that make the city so rich. Claiming no owners, these animals live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame – and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. In Istanbul, cats are the mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in ways nothing else could.

This event is part of Southwestern University’s Spring Family Day and is proudly sponsored by Cat Partners of Southwestern University with funding from the McMichael Fund Grant.

More information about the campus cats
Photo album of the campus cats - you can download the pictures!

This event is free and open to the public!

Kedi film screening poster