Free Webinar Helps Increase the Impact of TNR Programs
Community Cats Podcast and Neighborhood Cats are excited to announce a brand-new webinar to maximize success when working with outdoor cats; Targeted TNR & Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck will be live on Saturday, May 20 from 2 – 4 p.m. ET.
The webinar will discuss how targeted trap-neuter-return (TNR) programs can have a greater impact on reducing the population of free-roaming cats in a community than spay/neuter alone. By identifying areas with high cat populations and focusing TNR efforts there, organizations can achieve higher sterilization rates and more effectively reduce the number of free-roaming cats over time.
“Targeting is a crucial aspect of any successful TNR program, but it’s often overlooked,” said Bryan Kortis, National Programs Director at Neighborhood Cats. “In this webinar, we’ll explain why targeting is important and provide practical tips on how to do it, no matter the size of your program.”
Registration is available here. The webinar is free and open to anyone interested in learning more about targeted TNR or helping outdoor cats. No experience required.
Neighborhood Cats helps caretakers, animal shelters, and every day community members help outdoor cats. Their team extends from New York City to Maui. They regularly lead workshops to help anyone learn how to TNR and maximize their life saving through mass trapping and targeting. The webinar will be led by Bryan Kortis, National Programs Director, and Susan Richmond, Executive Director. For more information about Neighborhood Cats, visit neighborhoodcats.org.
The Community Cats Podcast is the brainchild of Stacy LeBaron. Stacy has been involved in cat welfare for almost 30 years. She started the Community Cats Podcast as a way to virtually connect people who are passionate about cats and helping them in their community. Since 2016, she has released almost 500 episodes of the podcast and hosted over a hundred online events motivating individuals and organizations to think proactively about their cat programs. For more information about Community Cats Podcast, visit communitycatspodcast.com, or get in touch with Stacy directly at email@example.com or 978-239-2090.