Do you want to help your neighborhood cats? — Brooklynian

Do you want to help your neighborhood cats?

Do you want to help your neighborhood cats?

Please join Slope Street Cats for a comprehensive workshop on why trap-neuter-return is the healthiest and most humane choice for feral cats.

We will speak about the trap-neuter-return process, feral nutrition, advocacy, socialization, spay/neuter options, winter shelter, and cold-weather caretaking tips!

All attendees will receive a proof-of-attendance card enabling them to borrow traps from a number of area trap banks.

Saturday, August 12, 4:00 pm

Park Slope Food Coop
782 Union Street (betw 6th & 7th avenues)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 622-0560

This event is free and open to the public.

The workshop will be led by Jesse Oldham, founder and executive director of Slope Street Cats and a member of the NYC Feral Cat Council. She has been an animal welfare advocate for 13 years.

Slope Street Cats ( is a Brooklyn-based nonprofit that helps stray cats by getting them neutered and vaccinated. If they're feral, we return them to their natural environments. If they're friendly, we find homes for them. SSC's mission is to help control the cat overpopulation problem in Brooklyn.
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