Thursday, August 25, 2011

Talk to Cotton's Paw

Hey, Cotton here.  Or maybe I should change that to Cotton's paw.  Why?  Cause I put my paw down tonight!

Our last two posts have been very sad ones because the blogosphere)lost the lovely 19-year-old Miss Peach one evening and the handsome 11-week-old Beignet the next day.

I'd sing and dance to make you all smile tonight but I'm 12 years old so my dancing boots have been retired and my voice doesn't project as well as it did when I was young. So, I'll just tell you this post is about an opportunity for some to learn to help feral cats.

Our rescue friend Tobin has sent us some information on a free public feral & stray cat seminar to be held in Ohio. I am aware most of you don't live in Ohio. We don't live there either. But you might know someone in that area who feeds feral cats and might be interested in attending.  So pass along the information, please.

Peace For Pets ~ Feral & Stray Cat Seminar

Do you feed outdoor cats?
Are you concerned about their increasing numbers & safety?
Are you ready to become part of the solution?

Peace For Pets is hosting a comprehensive Feral & Stray Cat Seminar, focusing on TNR: Trap-Neuter-Return, the only effective & humane method for controlling & reducing feral cat populations. This seminar will cover the trap-neuter-return process, caring for feral cats, and low cost spay/neuter.

When: Sept 17, 2011 10:00-11:30am
Where: Dr. Fisher’s Holistic Vet Center

7211 Wales Ave NW
North Canton OH 44720

330-266-2500

This event is free and open to the public.
For more info please email: tnrferalcats@gmail.com

No animals are allowed at the seminar.
This session is for information and education only.

13 comments:

  1. Thanks, Cotton. Alex and I will look into Peace For Pets.

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  2. That sounds great and I hope lots of humans get to go!

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  3. Thanks for the info, Cotton! We don't live in Ohio and we don't know anyone there that works with feral cats, but we hope it is a huge success!

    BTW, our island is no where near the east coast (we are in Michigan) but we are purring for all of those who may be affected by the hurricane.

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  4. I love knowing there is such a seminar and I wish they were everywhere.

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  5. That sounds like a very interesting seminar. There are a lot of feral cats in my mom's neighborhood and I'm trying to educate her neighbors about rescue organizations instead of calling the city pound.

    Mom Paula

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  6. sounds purrty good
    Benny & Lily

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  7. Cotton
    That sounds paw some!Purrs
    Abby

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  8. Would be nice if every country has such seminar!

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  9. Good idea to have the seminar. Feral cats are an increasing problem all over.

    BTW I hope everyone will safe as the hurricane Irene hits the east coast!! Wasn't BlogPaws having their meet in Virginia somewhere?

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  10. Awwww Cotton - your paw is just lovely!!

    Me and Charlie hope many over there will attend this fab educational event! Yay! Take care
    x

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  11. Thank you, Cotton. The word needs to be shared that even feral cats need help sometimes.

    Have a nice weekend.

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  12. We sure are glad you put your paw down, Cotton! It needed doing. And what a fine paw it is too.
    (((hugs)))
    You guys have a good weekend.

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