Free Feral Cat Workshops

Feral Cats Project – Free Feral Cats Workshops


Free Feral Cat Workshops are part of the Feral Cats Project to encourage community involvement with helping feral cats in local neighborhoods. Learn how to improve the lives of community feral cats. Find out how to humanely control and ultimately reduce the number of feral cats and co-exist with them in the neighborhood. Through the Feral Cats Project you can help as an individual, a volunteer, a colony caregiver, and more. There are many ways that you can help.

Workshops Schedule -  2017


DATE
WORKSHOP
LOCATION
TIME
June 25
Feral Cats
Marconi Ave
9:15 am – 12:00 am

TNR - Trap & Transport
Marconi Ave
12:45 pm – 3:15 pm
July 15
Feral Cats
Industrial Dr
9:15 am – 12:00 am

TNR - Trap & Transport
Industrial Dr
12:45 pm – 3:15 pm
July 30
Feral Cats
Marconi Ave
9:15 am – 12:00 pm

TNR - Trap & Transport
Marconi Ave
12:45 pm – 3:15 pm
Sept 17
Feral Cats
Marconi Ave
9:15 am – 12:00 pm

TNR - Trap & Transport
Marconi Ave
12:45 pm – 3:15 pm
Oct 15
Feral Cats
Marconi Ave
9:15 am – 12:00 pm

TNR - Trap & Transport
Marconi Ave
12:45 pm – 3:15 pm
Nov 19
Feral Cats
Marconi Ave
9:15 am – 12:00 pm

TNR - Trap & Transport
Marconi Ave
12:45 pm – 3:15 pm
Response Center Workshop Dates – email feralcatsproject1@gmail.com
Schedule subject to modification - Updated 6/15/17


WORKSHOP LOCATIONS
  • Marconi Ave - 5605 Marconi Ave, Carmichael 95608 – Meeting Room
  • Industrial Dr - 455 Industrial Dr, Galt, 95632 – Community Room

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS

FERAL CATS:
Learn why there are so many feral cats, where they come from, how people can live with them, and why Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) is the best approach to use with the feral cat population. Whether you’re a novice or you have experience with feral cats, this workshop provides the foundation for the feral cat know-how that you’ll need to be an informed volunteer or to help with feral cats in your neighborhood. The workshop is a prerequisite for both the “Trap & Transport” and the “Response Center/Help Desk” workshops.

TRAP & TRANSPORT:
This workshop trains you in good trapping skills and offers tips on how to successfully trap feral cats for trap, neuter, return (TNR) to their colony. Discover what's involved in the TNR process and learn how to assist others with the trapping and/or transport of feral cats for TNR. The "Feral Cats" workshop is a prerequisite for this workshop. Be sure to sign up for both workshops.

RESPONSE CENTER:
Assist people who report (via the SacFerals website) feral cat issues in the community and want to know how to deal with them. Requests are directed to Google spreadsheets for response and follow-up. Work from your personal computer to respond to these incoming reports. Previous computer experience and the ability to use spreadsheets and correspond with clients via emails are necessary. The “Feral Cats” workshop and the “Trap & Transport” workshops are a prerequisite.

Colony Caregiver:
If you would be interested in a workshop on being a Colony Caregiver and Managing a Feral Colony, email feralcatsproject1@gmail.com. Include “Colony Caregiver” in the subject line.

HOW TO SIGN-UP
  1. Email feralcatsproject1@gmail.com Enter “Workshops 2017” in subject line.
  2. List the workshop(s) dates that you will attend.
  3. Include your name, address, email, and phone number.

You will receive a confirmation of registration plus a website link to the workshop Handbook. The 160 page Handbook is an excellent feral cat reference guide and resource. To purchase a printed copy of the Handbook (subject to availability) with binder you must pre-order a copy. It will be available for pick-up at the Feral Cats workshop. The cost is $8 (cash only).

Volunteer Opportunities:
For more information on SacFerals Volunteer Opportunities go to our Volunteer page at http://www.sacferals.com/p/volunteer.html where you can also submit a Volunteer Interest Form. If you have questions or would like to receive information on upcoming workshops email us at feralcatsproject1@gmail.com