Cat Talks at the New Utrecht Library

In 2011, I organized four panel discussions about helping homeless cats and kittens, referring to them as cat talks. The talks were held on weekday evenings at the New Utrecht Library, part of the Brooklyn Public Library system. People from the community were invited to attend any or all of the talks, and could benefit from the talks separately or as part of a series. Each talk involved three panelists, many of whom represented animal welfare groups. The talks lasted just over an hour, leaving time for questions and networking. I worked with library staff, approached and invited speakers, created the program, publicized each event, and set up and broke down the meeting room space. These are flyers that I created for the library to circulate, and for further use publicizing the talks.

Helping Homeless Cats in Our Community

Surviving Kitten Season

Spay/Neuter Clinic Opens in Bensonhurst

Protecting Feral Cats from the Cold

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