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Are you concerned about what’s being done to humanely control the overpopulation of free-roaming cats in our community and want to help? Then you won’t want to miss the quarterly stakeholder meeting of the Marion Polk Community Cat Program (MPCCP)
Learn about ways you can become involved in the partnership as a supporting organization or a community cat program volunteer. Receive a year-end report of surgeries performed in 2014, and an update on communities targeted for Trap Neuter Return (TNR) and outreach activities in the near future. Attendees can also ask questions about the program.
The purpose of the Marion Polk Community Cat Program is to provide sterilization services to unowned cats in order to reduce cat overpopulation. (Sterilization services are defined as: Sterilization surgery, rabies vaccination, ear tip procedure, and FVRCP vaccination. Other veterinary services may be provided if determined necessary by the attending veterinarian.)Learn more about MPCCP
=0D=0APre-requisite: Dog Smart, ability to be off-leash in a group of dogs (no aggressive or “space-
Please bring proof of vaccinations and deworming to first class.