Have you ever wanted to learn how to manage a feral cat colony? Do you have questions about an existing colony? Do you want to know how TNR programs work? Well, there’s a class for that and it’s being taught once a month at the Heaven Can Wait clinic for anyone who wants to attend.
Debbie Williams of the Community Cat Coalition of Clark County (C5) is excited to teach the two-hour seminar where she shares her passion for managing feral cats and introduces people to our very active local Trap-Neuter-Return program.
“There are an estimated 200,000 – 250,000 feral cats living in Clark County,” said Williams. It is Debbie’s goal to teach as many people as possible to understand the nature of free-roaming feral felines and protect them from cruelty and starvation.
The class teaches participants:
- How to trap a feral cat
- How to care for a cat before and after sterilization surgery
- The Clark County Ordinance regulating feral colonies
- Deterrents available so felines are able to live as good neighbors
- How to manage a feral cat colony
Classes are free and held once a month from 11a.m.- 1p.m. at the Heaven Can Wait Clinic at 546 N. Eastern Ave. The next class is scheduled for October 27 followed by November 17 and December 8. To register, e-mail: TNRclass@c5-TNR.org.
Come to the class and Debbie will even share some of her feral cat “trade secrets” that include: where to buy coyote and fox urine crystals to deter free-roaming cats from wandering into unwanted areas.
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