Cat TNR and Colony Management Seminar on June 22nd!
Join us for a community meeting to learn how to humanely and effectively reduce the number of cats on the street and in your neighborhood. The Spay Neuter Hotline's trap neuter return (TNR) program for free-roaming cats has obtained funding from the Arizona Humane Society and PetSmart Charities to TNR cats in nine zip codes in Phoenix and Glendale, including 85015, 85017, 85019, 85020, 85021, 85029, 85051, 85301, and 85302.
The Spay Neuter Hotline, a program of the Animal Defense League of Arizona, has TNR'd over 6,500 cats this year in Maricopa County. To learn more about trap neuter return and how to get started, please join us at this event on June 22nd!
What: TNR 101 & Colony Management
When: Saturday, June 22, 2013, from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Where: Orangewood Presbyterian Church
7321 N 10th St, Phoenix 85020
Karen Anderson, Spay Neuter Hotline TNR Coordinator
- What is Trap Neuter Return (TNR)?
- How Do I get Started?
Carla Jewell, Foundation For Homeless Cats
- Colony Management Best Practices
- How to Be a Good Cat Neighbor
SPACE IS LIMITED - YOU MUST RSVP TO ATTEND:SoManyCats@adlaz.org
We look forward to seeing you there!
Spay Neuter Hotline