Supporting Community Cats Webinars

Do you have a lot of stray or feral cats outside, colony of cats? And are you curious how you can help them? Or are you involved with TNR (trap/neuter/return) organizations? Or do you want to know more about that? So many questions which all can be answered during the “Supporting Community Cats Webinars”

The Humane Society (HSUS) has launched a “Supporting Community Cats” webinar series,  together with PetSmart Charities. This means that each month from January till September, will have three webinairs.

Interested already? Keep on reading!

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Webinars

The topics during the webinairs range from TNR, and cat-colonies. It comes in three track: Colony Level, Community Level and Hot Topics.

With these webinairs, the HSUH wants to address interested people, and will give individuals and organizations a good training in the best ways to manage community cats in their towns.

All sessions will be live on Wednesdays at 3pm EST, but will also be available to view on demand after the live sessons. This is great if you don’t live in America, and 3pm EST is in the middle of the night for you.

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Free

If you want to enroll (or look back) into those webinars you have to register (for free) at Animalsheltering.org. From January till September, the webinars will be for free!

Don’t worry, it’s all very easy to do! The website explains what the topics are about and how to enroll into classes.
It’s explained here.

We have already missed the first two webinars that were on the 8th and 15th of January. The next webinar will be on Wednesday the 22th. It’s the 3rd webinar of the month, so it will be a Hot Topic.

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Interested?

Take a look at: AnimalSheltering.org/training-event

I have already registered and enrolled in the upcoming webinar. And I’m really curious, because it sounds very promising! Hopefully I will learn from it — I’m sure I will!

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3 Responses to “Supporting Community Cats Webinars”

  1. Kitties Blue

    Thanks so much for this info. I will be interested to see what you think of this, and possibly sign-up after getting your opinion on the first one you attend. Janet

    Reply

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