New York City Feral Cat Initiative
Kitten Palooza! 2012 (April 17 & 26)

Kitten Palooza! April 17 & 26, 2012

The New York City Feral Cat Initiative of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals presents Kitten Palooza! 2012 — two free evening workshops where you can learn how to tame and care for kittens found on the street or during Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) projects.

Kitten Palooza! 2012 is sponsored by PetSmart Charities.



Kitten Palooza! Taming Feral Kittens 10 Weeks Old & Under
Tuesday April 17, 2012
6:30–8:30 p.m.
ASPCA Administrative Offices, 520 Eighth Avenue, 7th Floor, Manhattan
Note: You must bring photo ID for admittance to the building.

Learn the process of socializing (taming) young, feral kittens into adoptable pets. This workshop features a screening of the Urban Cat League DVD, Tough Love: Socializing Feral Kittens, and kitten trapping techniques.

Refreshments will be served.

Instructor: Mike Phillips, Community Outreach Coordinator, NYC Feral Cat Initiative of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, and Co-founder, Urban Cat League



Kitten Palooza! Bottle-Feeding & Care of Orphaned Kittens
Thursday April 26, 2012
6:30–8:30 p.m.
ASPCA Administrative Offices, 520 Eighth Avenue, 7th Floor, Manhattan
Note: You must bring photo ID for admittance to the building.

Learn the skills needed to successfully bottle-feed and care for orphaned kittens. What equipment and formula get the best results? What are the most effective bottle-feeding techniques? Find out how to navigate all the stages of kitten care.

Refreshments will be served.

Instructor: Iris Lugo, Volunteer, Animal Care & Control of NYC



Registration
There is no fee to attend Kitten Palooza! workshops, but advance registration is required. To request a spot, send an e-mail with the name and date of the workshop(s) you wish to attend, your first and last name, organization (if applicable), phone number, city, state, and borough (if applicable), with the name/date of the workshop in the subject line, to events@NYCFeralCat.org. Space is limited, and spots are non-transferable.

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