Cheltenham Animal Shelter strongly believes that educating people about responsible pet ownership will help to reduce neglect within our community. Our Education Officer works with many schools, community groups and organisations to promote responsible pet ownership. Every animal that is rehomed through the shelter is either neutered before it leaves or shortly afterwards. This, combined with promoting neutering as a positive step in responsible pet ownership will, we hope, one day reduce the number of stray and abandoned animals in our area.
The Education Officer is able to provide educational talks on a variety of subjects based around responsible pet ownership and animal welfare. The shelter aims to educate as many members of the public as possible and can provide this service to groups including schools, colleges and adult organisations such as community and church groups and the WI.
If you belong to an organisation or and would like to arrange a talk or a visit to the shelter, please contact the Education Officer on 01242 523521 option 6 or firstname.lastname@example.org.