Please join us for one or both of these free, fun seminars focused on saving the most at-risk feline populations: neonatal kittens and community cats. Hosted by Midwestern University’s Companion Animal Clinic and featuring social media activist, Hannah Shaw, also known as "Kitten Lady."
We'll start with a two-hour "Saving Kittens" workshop from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. This is a comprehensive and fun way to learn more about fostering in your community. It will cover:
Basic care for orphan neonatal kittens
Feeding, bathroom, and medical care
How to set up your home for kittens
Selfcare and compassion fatigue
We'll take a one-hour lunch break from 12:30 to 1:30 PM.
In the afternoon, we'll reconvene for part two, "Community Cats 101" from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM at the Midwestern University Companion Animal Clinic. This segment will cover:
Background information about community cats, their behavior, and their needs
Detailed information about why and how TNR saves cats' and kittens' lives
Step-by-step instructions on how to safely and humanely trap cats and kittens
How to handle various scenarios including moms with babies, friendly cats, feral kittens, and more
How to provide effective and positive ongoing care to a colony of cats
...and much more, including demonstrations and fun + inspiring videos and content to get you ready to save lives!