Clinton Hill is home to many, many feral kitties, and Slope Street Cats, a volunteer organization, has helped several of them through their Trap-Neuter-Return program. They're having a seminar, so please attend if you have a feral colony nearby you'd like to help: Slope Street Cats Trap-Neuter-Return Workshop March 24, 2007 Be Part of the Humane Alternative
Ever wonder how you can best help the feral cats on your streets, in empty lots and backyards?
Slope Street Cats is hosting a comprehensive workshop, sponsored by Neighborhood Cats, on trap-neuter-return—the healthiest and most humane alternative for feral cats. We'll cover the trap-neuter-return process, feral nutrition, advocacy, socialization, spay/neuter options, and cold-weather caretaking tips.
WHEN Saturday, March 24, 1:00-4:00 p.m.
WHERE Park Slope Food Coop 782 Union Street (betw 6th & 7th Avenues) Brooklyn, NY 11215
WHO Slope Street Cats is a nonprofit, volunteer collective dedicated to reducing feline overpopulation in Brooklyn through trap-neuter-return.
The workshop will be led by Jesse Oldham, founder and board member of Slope Street Cats and a member of the NYC Feral Cat Council. She has been an animal welfare advocate for 14 years. HOW This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.