April 17, 2017
Categories: Announcements

Your week just got a whole lot better, because you’re starting it off with lifesaving information you might have missed. Happy #MaddieMonday!

Secrets of bottle-feeding orphaned kittens
It’s kitten season! Few things can make more of a difference in an animal shelter than saving the lives of orphaned kittens, which usually requires the loving dedication of foster homes. Here’s the good news, though: Bottle-feeding these fragile little ones is easy once you understand a few basic points. Our step-by-step video shows you how! Learn more…

Grants from Pedigree for dog adoption organizations
The Pedigree Foundation is offering operations, program development and innovation grants! Dog shelters and rescue organizations all over the U.S. are encouraged to apply. Find out more here…

How a MaddieCam can showcase innovation at your animal shelter or rescue group
Do you have innovative, lifesaving programs at your animal organization? Do you collaborate with others and share ideas in the name of lifesaving? A MaddieCam might be a great tool for you! We’re currently accepting proposals to add more organizations to the network. Simply complete this form with your ideas and submit. All proposals must be submitted by May 12, 2017. Learn more…

Study: Animal shelter managers may not understand what shelter veterinarians can do
When you think of a veterinarian working in an animal shelter, what do you imagine they do there? For many shelter managers who participated in a recent study, that answer is “perform spay/neuter surgery.” However, shelter veterinarians and shelter medicine can play a much larger role in an animal shelter, providing expertise on disease prevention and the medical and behavioral health of animals. Read more…

P.S. You might want to check out last week’s #FeelGoodFriday post, too — because who doesn’t need to feel good on Mondays?

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