Do you want to help cats in your neighborhood? To be ready if someone’s cat escapes, or if a new cat shows up?
TNR is a lot more than trapping, neutering and vaccinating, then returning a cat to its caretaker. Returning a cat to its caretaker is also part of “return-to-field” practice, returning a friendly cat to its caretaker, a cat who is physically and emotionally thriving even if living outdoors rather than surrendering it to a shelter, for instance, because it’s better for a cat to continue to thrive than be stressed or even in danger of euthanasia in a shelter.
The three webinars coming up include TNR information and certification and more. I’ve done the TNR workshop and am certified, and also gathered information on return-to-field practices with these webinars.
February-March 2023 Online Events to Help Outdoor Cats & Kittens
Here’s a look at what’s on the Community Cats Podcast calendar for March – plus a brand-new event just added for February 28.
Strategies to Reduce Outdoor Cat Populations | February 28, 2023 | 2- 3 p.m. ET
*JUST ADDED!* By popular demand, our Head Cat, Stacy LeBaron will be sharing her experience and offering suggestions to address the most common situations that can arise when birds, raccoons, coyotes, and other species live alongside a managed community cat colony. This session is FREE and includes a live Q&A. Bring your questions! Register here.
TNR Certification Workshop | March 4 & March 7, 2023 | 2 – 4:30 p.m. ET
This monthly workshop offers anyone with a passion for cats the tools and information they’ll need to implement trap-neuter-return in their community. This presentation has been officially endorsed by the National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA). CE credits are available for animal control professionals. Join us on Saturday, March 4 for our monthly workshop, or on Tuesday, March 7 for a special presentation for animal control professionals. Registration is $10. All experience levels welcome.
Trapper’s Tips & Tricks | March 18, 2023 | 2 – 4 p.m. ET
The ever-popular webinar is back. Drawing from over 20 years of experience working with feral cats, the folks at Neighborhood Cats have gathered together their foavite ways of catching the wiliest of felines. This session is FREE and includes a live Q&A. Bring your questions! Register here.
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.
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Each month features one of my commissioned portraits of a feline or felines and their rescue story along with a kitty quote on the left page, and on the right page the month name with enough lines for all possible dates, with standard holidays and animal-themed observances and events. Great Rescues also includes a mini cat-care book illustrated with my drawings including information on finding strays or orphaned kittens, adopting for the first time or caring for a geriatric cat, a list of household toxins and toxic plants, or helping stray and feral cats and beginning with TNR.
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The portraits in this book, collected as a series, won both a Certificate of Excellence and a Muse Medallion in the 2011 Cat Writers’ Association Annual Communication Contest, as well as the 22 Cats Notepaper mentioned below.
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