One Shelter's Journey to Save More Feline Lives

August 2016 by Dr. Cristie Kamiya

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

What real-world difference can the initiatives of the Million Cat Challenge make in an animal shelter? In this webcast, Dr. Cristie Kamiya of  Humane Society Silicon Valley will give an overview of how implementing those initiatives has impacted their life-saving capacity for cats. The presentation will also include case studies showcasing their pre-intake processes, Pet Pantry program, their kitten nursery/foster program, and their community cat garden.

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