Care about Osceola County’s cat population? Then you’ll want to join Osceola County Animal Services for a free seminar on Feb. 29 at 10:30 a.m.

Those who are interested in volunteering with its community cat program and come and learn how and why the Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) program works to save animals lives. There will also be information on , how the public can help with the program, the feline foster program and how to care for community cats, along with refreshments and door prizes.

It’s free to attend, but registration is required. Anyone 18 years of age and older is welcome.

Go to to sign up and make a Positive Difference in Osceola County’s pet population.