Neighborhood Cats, an active participant in two RTF programs and co-author of the new Return-to-field handbook published by HSUS, will take a deep dive into the policies and issues surrounding
Neighborhood Cats, an active participant in two RTF programs and co-author of the new Return-to-field handbook published by HSUS, will take a deep dive into the policies and issues surrounding this still controversial approach. We’ll also look at how to run an RTF program, including ways that local groups and volunteers can contribute. Plus how to integrate RTF with TNR to achieve the biggest possible impact.sdfng> register here
is dedicated to supporting the efforts of pet rescue non profits throughout the United States.
Observing various pet rescue organizations and the struggles they face in their daily operations, The Buzz Group has built a web-based, integrated software platform to support the efforts of these groups. It is called Buzz to the Rescues. The Buzz to the Rescues platform is designed to integrate and simplify the administrative tasks surrounding dogs, cats, adopters, fosters, volunteers, events and donations for the organization.
The integrated platform easily links dogs to fosters and new owners, while tracking medical history, and dispositions for the dogs and cats. The application process helps maintain family and home information in one place and offers online home visit detail and approval process for potential adopters. Finally, once adopted, dogs, cats and new owners are linked for historical purposes.