Would you like to keep 2,000 pets out of your shelter this year?

February 1, 2016

If your shelter, or a shelter you work with, still hasn’t signed up for the Million Cat Challenge, ask them if they’d like to find out how to keep 2,000 pets each year with their families and out of the shelter!

Most pets at highest risk of entering shelters belong to people who would like to keep them, but need help with veterinary care, housing, and other essentials like a fence repaired or payment of a reclaim fee. Is that problem too big to tackle?

Each year, Downtown Dog Rescue keeps more than 2,000 cats and dogs out of the Los Angeles Animal Services South LA Shelter through a groundbreaking in-shelter intervention program. That’s why they’ll be the presenters at a free webinar from the Million Cat Challenge and Maddie’s Institute®, Starting and Running a Shelter Intervention Program, scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016, at 6 PM Pacific/9 PM Eastern Time.

It’s part of a series of free webinars showing how shelters of all different sizes, types, and locations are implementing the five key initiatives of the Million Cat Challenge to save cats’ lives. This and all our webinars are only open to Challenge shelters, but all you need to do is register your shelter here, then email us at info@millioncatchallenge.org so we can sign you up for the webinar!

Already missed it or not free? Don’t worry! Sign up to be a Challenge shelter, and we’ll send you the archived link when it’s available.

Remember: Every cat counts, and so does every Challenger. Register your shelter today!

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