Alley Cat Allies will hold a workshop on Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) in Partnership with Kanawha/Charleston Humane Association Monday, December 16 at the Martin Luther King Jr., Community Center in Charleston, West Virginia.
As part of Alley Cat Allies’ Future Five: Partners to Save Cats Lives program, Kanawha/Charleston Humane Association recently received $5,000 along with one year of expert guidance to help expand KCHA’s humane programs for cats.
During the one year engagement, KCHA’s progress and experiences will be documented and eventually developed as a case study, published by Alley Cat Allies, that can instruct other shelters in similar situations how to transition to life-saving programs for cats. Currently, on a national level, more than 70 percent of all cats (and all feral cats) who enter shelters are killed there. Alley Cat Allies is dedicated to helping shelters evolve, and embrace life-saving programs, including Trap-Neuter-Return, building a foster network, and providing access to low-cost spay/neuter services.