Liberty Humane Society hosts Community Cat Webinar

Event will address management of cats living outside.

The LHS will host an event discussing cat management on Wednesday, Aug. 11
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The LHS will host an event discussing cat management on Wednesday, Aug. 11

The Liberty Humane Society, a nonprofit animal shelter based in Jersey City, is hosting a Community Cat Webinar on Wednesday to discuss effective cat management.

The event will address reducing the number of cats living outside in the“ most effective, humane, and sustainable way.”

“Our challenge lies in understanding and accepting new data and best practices in the industry, and then communicating the benefits of a proven strategy that can often seem counterintuitive to those new to feline management, as well as those deeply involved in cat rescue efforts,” reads the event description.

The webinar will include Monica Frenden, Maddie’s® Director of Feline Lifesaving; Danielle Bays, HSUS Senior Analyst, Cat Protection & Policy; and Christi Metropole, Executive Director of Stray Cat Alliance. Irene Borngraeber, LHS Executive Director, and Brian R. Hackett, NJ state director for the HSUS, will moderate.

The webinar will be on August 11 at 6:30 p/m. Sign up at humanesociety.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_0vil9WVGScWYS0Xk7xtC2A.