ICYMI: Webinar on how shelters can get lost cats back to their families, now on-demand!

January 16, 2018

Nothing’s more discouraging than reviewing statistics on how few cats get reunited with their families after they come into an animal shelter. Discouragement is definitely not the Million Cat message, so put that out of your mind and instead focus on the good news: Your shelter, your community, and people who have lost their cats […]

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The Hole Truth Webinar: Your 30-minute guide to getting shelter cats portalized

January 2, 2018

It may be hard to believe a solution as simple as a hole in the shelter cat cage wall has been called “the smartest thing we’ve done in the last decade,” but it’s true: Sometimes the simple answer is the solution that works. We think of it like this: Cats often get sick when they’re […]

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#ICYMI: Preventing upper respiratory infections in shelter cats

November 28, 2017

Can you prevent URI in shelter cats? UW/UC Davis Shelter Medicine Fellow and shelter veterinarian Dr. Ann Enright and Dr. Cynthia Karsten of the UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program say yes, and recently gave a free Million Cat webinar sharing the secret. If you attended the webinar when it was live, you may have […]

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Webinar: How shelters can get more lost cats home

October 3, 2017

If you want to know what your shelter, your community, and people who have lost their cats can do to get those MIA felines back to their families, we only have one thing to say: Here, kitty, kitty! Please join the Million Cat Challenge for a free webinar with Brigid Wasson of Missing Pet Partnership […]

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ICYMI: An Alabama animal control officer’s perspective on return-to-field for cats

September 19, 2017

Do you have questions about animal shelter programs that spay/neuter healthy adult cats, vaccinate them, and return them to the neighborhood they came from instead of taking them into the shelter? In this popular Million Cat Challenge webinar, Huntsville, Ala., animal control officer Tim Reeder gave a “boots on the ground” overview of RTF programs, […]

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Webinar: URI in shelter cats: It’s snot inevitable!

September 12, 2017

You’ve tried soaking. You’ve tried scrubbing. And you’ve still got feline respiratory disease running wild in your shelter. Could you be trying to fix the wrong problem? Feline URI has been among the most ubiquitous and frustrating diseases in animal shelters. But there’s some good news: Research tells us there’s a secret solution to preventing […]

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