Join Animal Defense League of Arizona for a free event on Saturday, November 9th at Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center.
It's that time again to join Spay Neuter Hotline for our TNR 101 and Cat Colony Management meeting. The meeting will be held on September 28, 2013 at the Orangewood Presbyterian Church in Phoenix from 11:30a.m.-1:30 p.m. It is open to everyone that would like to attend.
If you would like to attend to learn more about trap neuter return, how our program works and how to best manage a cat colony please join us. You must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive the exact address and directions upon confirmation.
Thanks to Fox 10 News for sharing this story about the ADLA and AHS TNR Program. ADLA is happy to report that it has TNR’d 5,000 cats in the first year of the TNR initiative with Arizona Humane Society. 3,500 of those cats came from six target zip codes that have highest surrender rates at the Sunnyslope shelter. The rest came from low income caregivers throughout the Valley who came to the monthly clinics at AHS. Thank you AHS!
The Spay Neuter Pilot Program has trapped, neutered, and returned 1000 cats since May 1st. ADLA and Arizona Humane Society (AHS) are leading this grassroots, volunteer-driven initiative to reduce free-roaming cat population in target areas of the Valley.
ADLA's TNR Coordinator Karen Anderson and AHS Director Guy Collison discussed the program at the recent AHS Telethon.
Have Questions about ADLA's TNR Program?
What happens when I call for a TNR referral from the Spay Neuter Hotline?
Callers are referred to the Spay Neuter Hotline TNR Program from a variety of sources. You do not have to be a cat lover to participate.