January 09, 2017 at Friends of the Joyce Ellington Library in San Jose.
If so, please come to our free, Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) Workshop and learn how you can help make your neighborhood a better, safer, and healthier place for both cats and people!
This class will teach you everything you need to know to trap feral cats at your home or work and free and low-cost resources for getting them spayed/neutered in Santa Clara and Alameda counties. Trapping and fixing feral cats is EASY and the most humane way to solve the problems you face. Get the information to help you be successful right away, and have all of your questions answered from our experienced, TNR volunteers.
At our October event, Melissa C., a local student and Girl Scout will introduce the workshop, talk about what TNR is and why it’s important, and offer some ways that you can get involved to help cats in our community.
Date: Monday, January 9, 2017
Location: San Jose Public Library, Joyce Ellington Branch – Community Room, 491 E. Empire St., San Jose, CA
RSVP now by emailing: TNR@13thstcats.org
We hope to see you there!