October 1, 2012
Categories: Webcasts, Facility Design

RoxanneIt’s a feline housing revolution — and it’s helping stop shelter cat upper respiratory infections in their tracks!

Cats are extremely sensitive to noise, crowding, and stress – three things that are in abundant supply in many animal shelters. These  adverse conditions often lead to illness in sheltered cats, particularly the most common of all feline shelter diseases, upper respiratory  infection (URI).

The good news is that with a “feline wellness renovation project” – decreasing crowding and reducing stress – you can drastically cut the incidence of feline URI in your shelter’s cat population.

Join us on Thursday, October 25, at 9 PM Eastern for the the second in a two-part series of free webcasts on feline URI in shelters:  Fixing the Feline Housing Crisis: How Shelter Housing Can Make Cats Sick – And What You Can Do About It, presented by Dr. Sandra Newbury of the Koret Shelter Medicine Program  at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.

Get more information and register here!