Are Free-Roaming Cats a Problem in your Community?
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are free-roaming cats a
problem in your community?
Don’t worry, we can help!
You are invited to attend a special complimentary presentation by some of the nation’s leading animal welfare experts on a topic discussed frequently – animal control ordinance reform measures. This presentation will share effective and cost-saving measures while establishing effective Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) programs to lower feral cat numbers in our community.
There is an overabundance of community cats in all communities. Community cats are those living outdoors full-time, whether feral or domestic cats released outside. In most communities at least 50% of animals entering shelters are cats and on average three out of every 10 cats leave alive.
This presentation is hosted by the Mayors and Managers Association along with the Humane Society of Greater Dayton and will discuss options for effectively and humanely handling the issue of cat overpopulation. We will showcase how two cities, on different coasts, implemented strategies (San Jose, CA and Jacksonville, FL) to more effectively leverage resources in areas of tight budgets and limited staff through groundbreaking ordinance reform.
September 3, 2013
The Golf Club at Yankee Trace (Banquet Hall)
10000 Yankee Street, Centerville, OH 45458
6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Space is limited so register today!
Expert Panel:Kate Hurley, DVM, MPVM UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program; Joe Cicirelli, San Jose Animal Care & Services; and Rick DuCharme, Founder of First Coast No More Homeless Pets and Co-Founder of Target Zero Institute
For addtional questions please contact Brian Weltge at email@example.com.
When & Where
Target Zero Institute
Target Zero Institute's (TZI) mission is to end overpopulation in shelters nationwide by working with organizations to get their communities to no kill, or zero.
We identify standout organizations to become TZI Fellows and provide them with extensive support over the course of three years in program design and implementation, fundraising and revenue generation, effective partnership-building, board development, government affairs and fiscal management. The goal is for fellows to create Target Zero plans in their communities and carry them out.
Please visit www.targetzeroinstitute.org for more information.