March 12, 2018
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Grateful kitten

Happy #MaddieMonday! We’re bringing you all the news from the past week, plus an opportunity to register for the Animal Shelter Management Certificate Program at the University of the Pacific! More details below…

This animal organization donor ‘thank you’ message is the cat’s meow!
Every animal shelter or rescue organization could use more money, right? One of the most important tools for the care and cultivation of donors is one that comes after they make their first gift: the thank you. Here’s how you can knock yours out of the park. Making sure a donor “thank you” email is… Learn More

DNA test for ringworm can clear cats for adoption more quickly
A rapid DNA test lets animal shelters know with certainty that a cat or kitten is negative for ringworm, allowing those kitties to head straight out to the adoption floor or into foster care without concern that they might be contagious. The test considered the “gold standard” for diagnosing ringworm (Microsporum canis dermatophytosis) in cats is… Learn More

Go all-in for pet foster care with this free webcast series
What are you doing on Thursday evenings this month? Whether you’re looking to start a foster program at your shelter, or give a boost to an already-existing foster program, Maddie’s Fund® has a webcast series for you! Watch the first two on-demand if you missed it, and register for the rest! Learn more and sign up now…

The next round of the Animal Shelter Management Certificate Program at the University of the Pacific is starting up on April 16th!
The courses start on April 16 and run through September 30. It is ideal for anyone in the field who wishes to advance their career or improve the live release rate at their shelter. It is also a wonderful way for people who are considering a career move into animal sheltering to gain practical knowledge. Register today

 

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