Harmful Non-Productive Suckling in Orphaned Neonatal Kittens

January 2017

Audience: Executive Leadership, Foster Caregivers, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers

Harmful non-productive suckling in your foster kitten can be a frustrating, and potentially life-threatening problem to encounter.To help you learn how to best combat this behavior, this short, interactive class will cover:

  • What harmful non-productive suckling is
  • How to recognize the signs of harmful non-productive suckling in your foster kittens
  • When it is an emergency
  • How to stop the behavior

Click here to begin the class

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