Pet adoption opportunities and feral cats topics of councilmember’s new TV show – Glendalestar.com

Focusing on how pets enrich our lives and that many animals are in need of homes, Councilmember Yvonne Knaack features the adoption and welfare of cats and dogs on her edition of the TV show, “Glendale Today.” During the 30 minute program on Glendale 11, Knaack interviews guests from Maricopa County’s Animal Care and Control and Altered Tails, a spay/neuter clinic.

Knaack, who represents the Barrel District, discusses what each of these organizations offer the community from pet adoption, to medical care and a trap/neuter/return program for cats that roam neighborhoods. To help alleviate feral cats in the Barrel District, Knaack is offering to pay the $25 fee charged by Altered Tails to those neighbors wanting the agency to trap the felines, have them neutered and then return them to the area.

The show debuted Friday, June 29 at 8 p.m. and can also be seen daily on Glendale 11, the city’s television station. In addition, viewers can watch online via the city’s video library at www.glendaleaz.com/video. For more information about Glendale 11 or the new TV show, visit www.glendaleaz.com/glendale11.

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