On Sunday, May 22nd, Found Animals Foundation will partner with the Feral Cat Caretakers Coalition to host the first in a series of one-day Feral Cat Caretaking workshops. Designed to address the needs of novice and expert caretakers alike, the workshop will address a broad range of topics, including: trapping, spay & neuter resources, boarding & aftercare, relationship-building, colony management, and everyone’s favorite – KITTENS!
Despite the fact that feral cat populations are difficult to quantify, most estimates indicate that the City of Los Angeles is home to more than 1 million feral cats. That’s at least one cat for every four LA City residents! Regardless of where you live, we’re willing to bet that you’ve encountered a feral cat or two over the years. For those of you who wanted to help these cats but didn’t know how—this workshop is for you!
The May 22nd workshop will be held at the Airtel Plaza Hotel in Van Nuys from 8:30-5:30. Early bird tickets ($10) will be on sale until May 1st, and regular ($20) tickets will be available from May 2-18.
Your ticket buys you:
1) Attendance to the workshop
2) A comprehensive caretaking workbook
3) Graduation certificate and laminated card
4) Continental breakfast, lunch, and drinks throughout the day AND
5) Those attending the full session will receive a gift certificate good for a FREE* trap-valued at up to $92
Learn More or Register here!
*Shipping and handling will be the responsibility of the attendee