Trine students help keep cats warm for winter

November 18, 2021

Trine University students helped build 100 cat shelters for the Community Humane Shelter of Steuben County on Nov. 17 in the University Center. The students joined Clare Danner, director of student leadership at Trine, members of the Community Humane Shelter of Steuben County board and local Realtor Judy Rowe, who donated supplies. The shelters, designed to protect feral cats from the snow, will be distributed through the Humane Shelter.

Photos by Broklynn Gravel

  • Acacia

    Acacia - Trine students Joseph Salrin, left, and Jakob Backhaus, members of the Acacia fraternity.

  • Shelters

    Shelters - Trine students, from left, Andrew Bartling, Justin White and Alex Lewis work on cat shelters.

  • Jolliffe

    Jolliffe - Trine student Olivia Jolliffe cuts a piece for a cat shelter.

  • Acacia

    Acacia - Trine students Matthew Crawford, left, and Jakob Backhaus, members of the Acacia fraternity.

Last Updated: 11/18/2021

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