Want to get more involved in helping cats in your community but not sure where to start? Look no further. Animal Sheltering has compiled all of the latest trainings right here.
October 15, 2014, 3:00 p.m. ET
Million Cat Challenge
Is it possible to end the euthanasia of cats in our shelters? Drs. Julie Levy and Kate Hurley, two of the leading academic veterinarians in the animal welfare field, say yes and will explain how, over the next five years, at least one million more cats can be saved. Cutting edge strategies and programs, plus new resources for helping cats, will be described.
Presenters: Kate Hurley, DVM and Julie Levy, DVM
Learn how to best help outdoor cats, increase your TNR efforts, collaborate with wildlife conservationists, and more.
In these daylong trainings, learn the latest programs designed to help community and owned cats through boosting adoptions, reducing population, and keeping cats in loving homes.
Coming Soon to Humane Society Academy
Cat Behavior Counselor Course
This online, eight-week course trains participants to assist cat owners in resolving behavior issues and prevent unnecessary relinquishments. Stay tuned for details on future courses.