TNR Town Hall Meeting
Hosted by Hendricks County Humane Society
July 11, 2017
On Tuesday, July 11th, 2017, the Hendricks County Humane Society hosted a Town Hall meeting to address feral cat overpopulation solutions for Hendricks County. In attendance, were guest speakers Tammy Sollenberger, Executive Director of Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic; Michael Delp, Director of Johnson County Animal Control; and Lisa Tudor, founder of Indy Feral and representing Indianapolis Animal Care Services.
Each speaker shared facts, experience, and input regarding the development of ordinances and solutions for the overpopulation of feral cats present in Hendricks County. Also speaking, were Cathlene Hirtzel, HCHS Volunteer and colony caretaker, and Carol Battistini, President of the Hendricks County Humane Society Board of Directors. Julie Gill, HCHS volunteer, moderated the meeting.
A number of residents from Hendricks and surrounding counties were present to ask questions, share their own success stories with feral cats, and address personal concerns regarding the feral cat population and Trap Neuter Return (TNR) programs.
Please join HCHS for the next meeting regarding the development of a TNR program for Hendricks County on Tuesday, July 25th, at 7:00 pm at the Hendricks County Government Center, 355 S. Washington Street, Danville, Indiana, Room 3.
Special thanks to all of the guest speakers, HCHS volunteers who helped organize this event, and the Hendricks County Animal Shelter for their presence at this meeting.
For updates on the development and status of the TNR program, please continue to visit the HCHS website and follow HCHS on Facebook.