The Milk Man and Wait Until 8 Programs: Saving Cats and Kittens

February 2016 by Dr. Maria Serrano and Kathleen Labrada

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

Video Length: 58 minutes

An animal shelter isn't a good place for kittens too young to be adopted, whether they're orphaned or not. What if you could inspire the community to step up and care for these fragile little lives until they were 8 weeks old? You can! Find out how it's working at Miami-Dade Animal Services from Chief Veterinarian Dr. Maria Serrano and Kathleen Labrada!

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