November 2014 Workshops

Toronto Feral Cat Project’s two November ‘Trap-Neuter-Return: How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony workshops will be held at Toronto Humane Society. These are our final two workshops for 2014. Please plan to attend one of the following.

When:    Saturday, Nov 1, 2014

and

Saturday, Nov 29, 2014

10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where:  

Toronto Humane Society – Lower Level

11 River St.
Toronto, ON

M5A 4C2

Map of location

Parking: On site parking is extremely limited at THS. Please plan to take public transit or use street parking on Queen St E or in the residential blocks to the west. We don’t want to put potential adopters visiting animals and anyone with mobility issues out. Thank you!

Learn how to care for the homeless outdoor cats in your neighbourhood. All steps in setting up a managed colony will be covered, including:

  • trapping
  • feeding
  • sheltering
  • getting the cats fixed
  • working with neighbours

Written materials will be provided and techniques demonstrated. Toronto caretakers who attend the workshop, will be eligible for access to the new Toronto Animal Services (TAS) & Toronto Humane Society (THS) free spay/neuter clinics for ferals, equipment loans, expert advice and more! If you live outside of Toronto, services at Toronto Street Cats Spay Neuter Clinic and Toronto Humane Society are still available for your ferals.

Cost: $20

Please pay via Paypal when you register. If you are unable to use Payal, please email us. We reserve the right to limit the number of unpaid registrants, should the workshop fill up.

Click here to register!

If you cannot attend this session, check back monthly or subscribe to automatically be alerted.

October 2014 Workshop

Toronto Feral Cat Project’s October ‘Trap-Neuter-Return: How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony workshops will be held at Centennial Library in North York. 

When:    Saturday, October 4, 2014

10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where:  

Centennial Library

578 Finch Ave W,
North York, ON

M2R 1N7

Map of location

Learn how to care for the homeless outdoor cats in your neighbourhood. All steps in setting up a managed colony will be covered, including:

  • trapping
  • feeding
  • sheltering
  • getting the cats fixed
  • working with neighbours

Written materials will be provided and techniques demonstrated. Toronto caretakers who attend the workshop, will be eligible for access to the new Toronto Animal Services (TAS) & Toronto Humane Society (THS) free spay/neuter clinics for ferals, equipment loans, expert advice and more! If you live outside of Toronto, services at Toronto Street Cats Spay Neuter Clinic and Toronto Humane Society are still available for your ferals.

Cost: $20

Please pay via Paypal when you register. If you are unable to use Payal, please email us. We reserve the right to limit the number of unpaid registrants, should the workshop fill up.

Click here to register!

If you cannot attend this session, check back monthly or subscribe to automatically be alerted.

September 2014 Workshop

Toronto Feral Cat Project’s next ‘Trap-Neuter-Return: How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony workshops will be held at the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) in Newmarket, ON. The OSPCA is a member of Toronto’s Feral Cat Coalition.


When:    
Saturday, September 13, 2014

10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where:  

OSPCA – Newmarket
16586 Woodbine,
Newmarket, ON L3Y 4W1

Map of location

Learn how to care for the homeless outdoor cats in your neighbourhood. All steps in setting up a managed colony will be covered, including:

  • trapping
  • feeding
  • sheltering
  • getting the cats fixed
  • working with neighbours

Written materials will be provided and techniques demonstrated. Toronto caretakers who attend the workshop, will be eligible for access to the new Toronto Animal Services (TAS) & Toronto Humane Society (THS) free spay/neuter clinics for ferals, equipment loans, expert advice and more! If you live outside of Toronto, services at Toronto Street Cats Spay Neuter Clinic and Toronto Humane Society are still available for your ferals.

Cost: $20

Please pay via Paypal when you register. If you are unable to use Payal, please email us. We reserve the right to limit the number of unpaid registrants, should the workshop fill up.

Click here to register!

If you cannot attend this session, check back monthly or subscribe to automatically be alerted.

August 2014 Workshop

Toronto Feral Cat Project and Urban Cat Relief’s next ‘Trap-Neuter-Return: How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony workshops will be held at Regent Park, Toronto.

When:    Saturday, August 9, 2014

10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where:  

Community Space
246 Sackville St. (Condominium)
Toronto, ON M5A 3S4

Map of location

Learn how to care for the homeless outdoor cats in your neighbourhood. All steps in setting up a managed colony will be covered, including:

  • trapping
  • feeding
  • sheltering
  • getting the cats fixed
  • working with neighbours

Written materials will be provided and techniques demonstrated. Toronto caretakers who attend the workshop, will be eligible for access to the new Toronto Animal Services (TAS) & Toronto Humane Society (THS) free spay/neuter clinics for ferals, equipment loans, expert advice and more! If you live outside of Toronto, services at Toronto Street Cats Spay Neuter Clinic and Toronto Humane Society are still available for your ferals.

Cost: $20

Please pay via Paypal when you register. If you are unable to use Payal, please email us. We reserve the right to limit the number of unpaid registrants, should the workshop fill up.

Click here to register!

If you cannot attend this session, check back monthly or subscribe to automatically be alerted.

July 2014 Workshop

Toronto Feral Cat Project and Urban Cat Relief’s next ‘Trap-Neuter-Return: How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony workshops will be held at Mimico Library in Etobicoke.


When:    
Saturday, July 12, 2014

10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where:  

Mimico Library (TPL Branch)
47 Station Rd.
Etobicoke, ON M8V 2R1

Map of location

Learn how to care for the homeless outdoor cats in your neighbourhood. All steps in setting up a managed colony will be covered, including:

  • trapping
  • feeding
  • sheltering
  • getting the cats fixed
  • working with neighbours

Written materials will be provided and techniques demonstrated. Toronto caretakers who attend the workshop, will be eligible for access to the new Toronto Animal Services (TAS) & Toronto Humane Society (THS) free spay/neuter clinics for ferals, equipment loans, expert advice and more! If you live outside of Toronto, services at Toronto Street Cats Spay Neuter Clinic and Toronto Humane Society are still available for your ferals.

Cost: $20

Please pay via Paypal when you register. If you are unable to use Payal, please email us. We reserve the right to limit the number of unpaid registrants, should the workshop fill up.

Click here to register!

If you cannot attend this session, check back monthly or subscribe to automatically be alerted.

June 2014 TNR Workshop

Toronto Feral Cat Project’s next ‘Trap-Neuter-Return: How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony workshops will be held at the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) in Newmarket, ON. The OSPCA is a member of Toronto’s Feral Cat Coalition.


When:    
Saturday, June 7, 2014

10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where:  

OSPCA – Newmarket
16586 Woodbine,
Newmarket, ON L3Y 4W1

Map of location

Learn how to care for the homeless outdoor cats in your neighbourhood. All steps in setting up a managed colony will be covered, including:

  • trapping
  • feeding
  • sheltering
  • getting the cats fixed
  • working with neighbours

Written materials will be provided and techniques demonstrated. Toronto caretakers who attend the workshop, will be eligible for access to the new Toronto Animal Services (TAS) & Toronto Humane Society (THS) free spay/neuter clinics for ferals, equipment loans, expert advice and more! If you live outside of Toronto, services at Toronto Street Cats Spay Neuter Clinic and Toronto Humane Society are still available for your ferals.

Cost: $20

Please pay via Paypal when you register. If you are unable to use Payal, please email us. We reserve the right to limit the number of unpaid registrants, should the workshop fill up.

Click here to register!

If you cannot attend this session, check back monthly or subscribe to automatically be alerted.  

May 2014 TNR Workshop – Thorncliffe Park

Toronto Feral Cat Project’s next ‘Trap-Neuter-Return: How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony’ workshops will be held in Thorncliffe Park, Toronto.


When:    
Sunday, May 4, 2014

10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where:  

Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office Youth Centre (behind Target)
East York Centre
45 Overlea Blvd.
Toronto, ON,
M4H 1C3

Parking is available on site.

Map of location

Come learn how to care for the homeless outdoor cats in your neighbourhood. All steps in setting up a managed colony will be covered, including:

  • trapping
  • feeding
  • sheltering
  • getting the cats fixed
  • working with neighbours

Written materials will be provided and techniques demonstrated. Toronto caretakers who attend the workshop, will be eligible for access to the new Toronto Animal Services (TAS) & Toronto Humane Society (THS) free spay/neuter clinics for ferals, equipment loans, expert advice and more! If you live outside of Toronto, services at Toronto Street Cats Spay Neuter Clinic and Toronto Humane Society are still available for your ferals.

Cost: $20

Please pay via Paypal when you register. If you are unable to use Payal, please email us. We reserve the right to limit the number of unpaid registrants, should the workshop fill up.

Click here to register!

If you cannot attend this session, check back monthly or subscribe to automatically be alerted.  

April 2014 Workshop – Brampton

Toronto Feral Cat Project’s next ‘Trap-Neuter-Return: How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony’ workshops will be held in Brampton, Ontario.

 

When:    Saturday, April 5, 2014

10:30 am – 1:30 pm (Please note: Time has changed 11am start)

Where:  

Chinguacousy Branch – Brampton Library

150 Central Park Drive (Inside the Bramalea Civic Centre),
Brampton, ON,
L6T 1B4

Parking is available on site.

Map of location

Chinguacousy Branch-Side Long Shot
Chinguacousy Library, Brampton
Come learn how to care for the homeless outdoor cats in your neighbourhood. All steps in setting up a managed colony will be covered, including:
  • trapping
  • feeding
  • sheltering
  • getting the cats fixed
  • working with neighbours

Written materials will be provided and techniques demonstrated.

Toronto caretakers who attend the workshop, will be eligible for access to the new Toronto Animal Services (TAS) & Toronto Humane Society (THS) free spay/neuter clinics for ferals, equipment loans, expert advice and more! If you live outside of Toronto, services at Toronto Street Cats Spay Neuter Clinic and Toronto Humane Society are still available for your ferals.

Cost: $20

Please pay via Paypal when you register. If you are unable to use Payal, please email us. We reserve the right to limit the number of unpaid registrants, should the workshop fill up.

Click here to register!

If you cannot attend this session, check back monthly or subscribe to automatically be alerted.

2014 TNR Workshop Schedule

This schedule is now out of date. For the most up-to-date schedule, see our Full Workshop Schedule and check our most recent blog post for information about the next workshop.

  • January 11,2014 – Recovery Centre
  • February 8, 2014 – Recovery Centre
  • March 1, 2014 – Toronto Humane Society
  • April 5, 2014 – Brampton
  • May 4, 2014 – Thorncliffe Park
  • June 7, 2014 – OSPCA, Newmarket
  • July  12, 2014 – Mimico Library
  • August 9, 2014 – Regent Park
  • September 13, 2014 – OSPCA, Newmarket
  • October 4, 2014 – Centennial Library
  • November 1, 2014 – Toronto Humane Society
  • November 29, 2014 – Toronto Humane Society

Two Special Workshops from the Mayor’s Alliance NYC

Update: Both workshops are now full. Thank you to everyone who registered! Please remember to set your clocks forward one hour on March 9, when Day Lights Savings ends.

Toronto Feral Cat Project & Urban Cat Relief are proud to present two special workshops for Colony Caretakers this March in partnership with the Mayor’s Alliance of NYC. You may attend either or both; separate registration is required for each.

                                                                                                                                                 

Workshop #1

Taming Feral Kittens for Adoption

When: 12:00pm – 2:00pm

Using film footage of successful techniques, combined with insights into the biological development of kittens, we will provide attendees with information on how to tame and socialize feral kittens quickly and efficiently so they can be adopted into indoor homes.

                                                                                                                                                 

Workshop #2

Neighbourhood Relations for Feral Cat Caretakers

When: 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Attendees will be provided with tips on how to improve communication with neighbours, including ways to help them understand the needs of community cats and benefits of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). Advice for turning around hostile situations will also be included.

                                                                                                                                                 

Course Fee:  We are grateful to our sponsor, Petco Foundation, for making these workshops available for free. Advanced registration is still required.

Hosts: Toronto Feral Cat ProjectUrban Cat Relief – www.ucrcats.comNew York City Feral Cat Initiative of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals.

Instructor: Mike Phillips, LVT – Director of Community Outreach, Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals; Co-Founder, Urban Cat League

All attendees are invited to enjoy a complimentary vegan lunch between workshops from 2:00–3:00pm.

To share this event with your friends, visit our Facebook Event page.

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