Low Stress Cat Transport

March 2017

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

Video Length: 5:36

In this short video, Sheryl Blancato, Executive Director of Second Chance Animal Shelter, shares their protocol for minimizing stress on cats during transport by limiting the changes in the feline's environment. This protocol can be useful for staff or volunteers transporting cats between shelters, as well as for fosters bringing their cats to and from adoption events, veterinary appointments or other location.

About Second Chance Animal Shelter

Second Chance Animal Shelter is a nationally recognized organization that provides innovative programs and services to help animals. Second Chance Animal Shelter has been helping animals since 1999. They are a no-kill, non-profit charitable 501c3 organization. They help over 26,000 pets through adoption, low cost spay/neuter, subsidized veterinary care, community outreach, educational programs, training, a pet food pantry, and other services.To learn more about Second Chance Animal Shelter click here.

 

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