Introduction to Fostering and TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return)
Have you ever been interested about fostering pets or assisting with Trap, Neuter, Return of community cats? Then this afternoon is for you! We will host an information session about TNR and Fostering for Planned PEThood of Georgia.
TNR Information Meeting: 2-3 p.m.
Foster Home Information Meeting: 3-4 p.m.
Come for one, or both!
ABOUT FOSTERING: Foster care is a rewarding experience. Because we do not operate a shelter, the number of pets we can help is limited by the number of foster homes we have available to care for them. The more foster homes willing to provide rescued pets a temporary, loving home, the more animals we are able to save. It’s a small investment of time for a huge return in knowing you have saved an animal’s life.We provide all medical care and basic supplies such as food, litter, and crates. Meet our Foster Home Coordinator, Astrid, during this informal meeting! Email foster@PEThoodGA.org with questions.
ABOUT TNR: There are an estimated 20,000 unowned community cats in Gwinnett County. The only way to reduce that number humanely is to Trap, Neuter, and Return (TNR) these cats. Spaying and neutering the population will help the population decrease over time. Come learn how easy TNR can be, how you can help (even in small ways), ask questions during a Q&A session, and even borrow a trap at no cost to you! This is an hour devoted to TNR lead by our TNR coordinator, Jeani. Come learn how you can join our TNR Team! Email jwampler@PEThoodGA.org with questions.