On October 14, we hosted a special Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) webinar for the veterinary students of St. George’s University in Grenada. St. George’s TNR group, the Feral Cat Project, was in attendance along with 54 students.

The Feral Cat Project manages a colony on the St. George’s campus and holds TNR clinics throughout the school year to teach veterinary students how to best care for community cats. Our webinar helped introduce new members to the ins and outs of TNR, and the crucial role veterinarians have in the process.

Alley Cat Allies’ Veterinary Awareness Campaign is dedicated to increasing the amount of information about TNR and community cats in the veterinary community. This was an excellent opportunity to speak directly to future veterinarians about the benefits of TNR, and encourage them to spread knowledge and get involved with saving community cats.