Neighborhood Cats is pleased to announce the
launch of the very first online course on Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).
Written and instructed by Neighborhood Cats, the course (entitled
Trap-Neuter-Return: Managing Feral Cat Colonies) is being hosted by
Suite University, an online educational community.
Consisting of eight lessons and over 35,000 words of
original content, the course is both affordable and comprehensive,
covering every aspect of ground-level TNR work from community activism,
to setting up feeding stations, to mass trapping of feral colonies, to
insight on the wildlife controversy, and much, much more.
To view the course introduction, overview and lesson
plan, and to register, go to:
Ruth Sharp, President of Neighborhood Cats: "Over the
past year, Neighborhood Cats has received an increasing number of
requests from all over the country to come teach our feral cat training
workshop (now hosted bi-monthly by the ASPCA in Manhattan) and for the
workshop's written materials. This inspired us to develop the on-line
course. Now anyone with Internet access, no matter where they live, can
quickly learn the basics of TNR and put it to work in their community."
The first interactive session, lasting 4 weeks, begins
March 17, 2003, at a cost of $19.95. Access to all the written content
can be obtained right away at a cost of $14.95.
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