When: Saturday, February 7
10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Markham Civic Centre – Canada Room
101 Town Centre Blvd
Learn how to care for the homeless outdoor cats in your neighbourhood. All steps in setting up a managed colony will be covered, including:
- getting the cats fixed
- working with neighbours
TNR workbooks will be provided and techniques demonstrated.
There is a short intermission that includes refreshments and light snacks, but you are welcome to bring your own food or prepare to eat after the workshop.
This workshop is open to everyone. Markham residents and trappers TNRing colonies in Markham will now be eligible to use free spay-neuter service provided by the City of Markham through the OSPCA – Newmarket that includes transportation, recovery, and return of cats to colony.
Toronto caretakers who attend the workshop, will be eligible for access to Toronto Animal Services (TAS) and Toronto Humane Society (THS) free spay/neuter clinics for ferals, equipment loans, expert advice and more!
If you live outside of Toronto and Markham, spay-neuter services at Toronto Street Cats Spay Neuter Clinic and Toronto Humane Society are still available for your ferals.
Please pay via Paypal when you register. You do not require a Paypal account, just a credit card. If you do not have a credit card, please contact us by email. We reserve the right to limit the number of unpaid registrants, should the workshop fill up.
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