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Hermitage Shelter offering "Trap-Neuter-Return" classes

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Sign up to help save feral/free-roaming cats in the community.

You can take a "TNR" training class on Saturday, March 17th, offered by The Hermitage Cat Shelter. "TNR" means Trap-Neuter-Return.
All across Tucson and southern Arizona, these feral cats are at risk due to their lack of human guardians, and the predators that live in the desert. We know that these Community Cats are best served by letting them live with their colonies, but we also know they need a little help from us. 

Learn what you can do to start a trap-neuter-return program for your local colony, and how to care for the kitties after their trips to the vet for altering.   

The next class is Saturday, March 17 at 1 p.m. at the Hermitage Adoption Room, at 5278 E. 21st Street.  The cost is $10.

Questions or to RSVP by March 14th: contact Emma <mailto:emma@hermitagecatshelter.org> 


  

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