Free Feral Cat Workshops

FREE Ongoing Feral Cat Workshop Series 

Workshops are open to potential volunteers & the general public.

Carmichael Workshop

MARCH 19, 2017  | 5605 MARCONI AVE, CARMICHAEL 95608

JOIN US FOR A FREE FERAL CAT WORKSHOP. Learn about feral cats and how to help resolve concerns to provide a better outcome for both the cats and the neighborhood. Whether you’re a novice or you have experience with feral cats, workshop sessions provide insight into the feral cat know-how you need to be well-informed to help feral cats and/or speak-out on their behalf.

MORNING SESSION – Feral Cats: Learn why there are so many feral cats, where they come from, and how to live with them in the community. Find out how to humanely control and reduce the feral cat population through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). Session includes important information on kittens, feeding responsibly, cat shelters, and more.
AFTERNOON SESSION – TNR Process and Procedures: Discover what's involved in the Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) process, how to find low-cost/free feral clinics for spay/neuter, and more. Demonstrations and videos offer good visual training in the TNR process.

WHO CAN ATTEND?  Workshops are open to the general public, feral cat caregivers, potential volunteers, or anyone who wants to humanely help improve the feral cat situation in the neighborhood.
WHY DO FERAL CATS MATTER? With an estimated 98,000 - 220,000 feral cats in Sacramento County, Feral Cats Matter. You may even have a growing number of abandoned, dumped, and unaltered feral/stray cats in your neighborhood. With kitten season fast-approaching, now is the time to alter feral cats and prevent adding to the cat population this spring, through the summer, and beyond.

LOCATION:  5605 Marconi Ave, Carmichael – CA 95608 – In the Community Meeting Room

TIME  9:15 am – 2:30 pm

  • Sign-in:  9:00 am – 9:10 am
  • Morning Session:  9:15 am – 11:45 pm
  • Lunch Break:  11:45 am – 12:15 pm   (NOTE: BRING A BAG LUNCH OR SNACK - Lunch is just 30 minutes.)
  • Afternoon Session:  12:15 pm – 2:30 pm
  1. Email – In the subject line include the “Workshop Date” you will attend. 
  2. Include your name, address, email, and phone number. 
  3. You will receive a Confirmation & Details.

  • Help Change the Outcome for Feral Cats
  • Make a Positive Difference through TNR, Outreach, Education, and Networking 

Volunteer Opportunities:  For more information on SacFerals Volunteer Opportunities go to our Volunteer page at 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