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Press Release: Return to Field, How More Shelters are Saving – Not Euthanizing – Outdoor Cats

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Free Webinar Explores Return To Field, How More Shelters are Saving – Not Euthanizing – Outdoor Cats

Media Contact Information: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Stacy LeBaron, Community Cats Podcast
Cell: 978-239-2090
Email: [email protected]

Anywhere, USA (August 24, 2023) – Many animal shelters have started to adopt Return to Field (RTF) programs as an alternative to euthanizing healthy community cats, but what are the broader implications? How do RTF programs really work? And how can we be sure that we’re truly helping cats – and not just turning them away when they need our help the most?

Return-To-Field: How Shelters Save Community Cats will be live on September 16, 2023 from 2 – 4 p.m. ET. Hosted by Community Cats Podcast, and presented by Neighborhood Cats, this session is for anyone who has questions about RTF programs and how they help community cats.

Registration is free. Folks can register now to attend the live session, with a chance to ask their questions during the live Q&A and receive feedback from the experts who have over 20 years of experience in the field.

Anyone with an interest in joining the session can learn more and register here.

Recordings will be available to all who register. The recorded session will also be uploaded to the Community Cats Podcast YouTube channel once the live event has passed.

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 over 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 protected] or 978-239-2090.

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October 13-152023 United Spay Alliance Online Conference

PLUS! Early-bird pricing is available until September 13! For $50, folks can register for the 2023 United Spay Alliance Online Conference (Oct 13-15) for a weekend filled with sessions all about making spay/neuter more affordable and accessible in our communities. PLUS, how to recruit and retain veterinarians! Schedule is attached. Learn more and register here.

Everyone who registers will receive access to the live event, as well as session recordings, slides, and handouts after the live event has passed. Don’t wait — ticket prices increase to $75 beginning September 14.

Other upcoming webinars in October

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About Neighborhood Cats and Community Cats Podcast

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 more than 20 years of experience working with community cats in Massachusetts. The podcast hopes to help create a more humane community for cats and provide education, information, and dialogue that will create a supportive environment to empower people to help cats in their community. For more information about the podcast, visit communitycatspodcast.com or call 978-239-2090.

Media Contact

Media Contact Information
Stacy LeBaron
Community Cats Podcast
Cell: 978-239-2090
Email: [email protected]

 


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One thought on “Press Release: Return to Field, How More Shelters are Saving – Not Euthanizing – Outdoor Cats

  • More shelters need to stop the killing or stop calling themselves shelters. This is a great seminar.

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