August 6, 2020
Categories: Webcasts
White and gray kitten on a chair with one paw up

If you have ever cared for kittens, you know that two (or more) are often easier than one, so it makes sense that Million Cat Challenge (MCC) is offering five kitten webcasts in their latest series.  

MCC has put together a  series  of five kitten-focused webcasts, starting Thursday, August 6th and continuing each week through Thursday, September 3rd.  

To kick off the series, Hannah Shaw (a.k.a. the Kitten Lady) and Dr. Kate Hurley team up to discuss new intake philosophies and management models that prioritize kittens’ safety, community engagement and keeping feline families together in  Kitten Intake  Decisions  in Animal Shelters.  

You can learn more about each webcast and register at each link. Even if you can’t make, be sure to register as the recording will be emailed to you.  

Million Cat Challenge:  Support for Kittens in the Field 
Thursday, August 13th  at 12:00pm PST/ 3:00pm EST  

Find out what field officers, volunteers and fosters are doing to give kittens the best chance of survival while streamlining operations and expanding safety nets outside shelter walls. 

Million Cat Challenge: Foster Greatness 
Thursday, August 20th  at 12:00pm PST/ 3:00pm EST  

Foster programs are evolving at lightning speed, leveraging new technologies to give their program a digital makeover. If you’d like to recruit, train and onboard volunteers quicker, better and faster, then this webcast is for you.  

Million Cat Challenge:  Kitten Care in the Shelter
Thursday, August 27th at 12:00pm PST/ 3:00pm EST  

Go inside the shelter to find out what’s new in the world of kitten care, pathway planning, wellness, and pediatric spay/neuter. 

Million Cat Challenge: Going Home
Thursday, September 3rd, at 12:00pm PST/ 3:00pm EST  

Online meetups, adoption appointments, automated scheduling, Facetiming cats and virtual paloozas: It’s a whole new matchmaking world out there! 

Please note that  Maddie’s Fund®  has applied for advanced approval of Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credit for each webcast.