Program Manager, Million Cat Challenge
Cameron Moore has saved millions of cats’ lives throughout her career. She joined the University of Florida’s Maddie’s Shelter Medicine team in July 2017 and, as Program Manager for the Million Cat Challenge, works closely with animal shelters around the country to help reduce the number of cats both entering shelters and being euthanized.
Formerly, Moore was part of the original team that developed Target Zero, an organization dedicated to ending the euthanasia of dogs and cats in shelters around the country. Through her efforts, many shelters have been able to achieve and maintain dramatic results in productively reducing shelter intake while increasing live release.
Moore also spent six years as the Program Director for First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP), the largest high volume spay/neuter clinic in the country. In 2008, Moore launched the Feral Freedom program in Jacksonville, Florida, which has improved the lives of over 30,000 community cats through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).
Her nonprofit cat rescue organization, Lucky Cat Adoptions, has helped over 10,000 cats through adoption and TNR.