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Webcast: How to apply for a Maddie’s Fund grant to help animals

Do you have questions about Maddie’s Fund® Innovation Grants? Want to hear about our new online Grants Portal, which is designed to make the application process easier for you? Find out the answers to your questions and more in our next webcast, So, You Want Some Money? How to Apply for Maddie’s Fund Innovation Grants.  During this informative webcast, you will hear a brief overview of the Innovation… Learn More

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Webcast: One million cats have been saved. Now what?

It’s time to start the next chapter of the Million Cat Challenge! Dr. Kate Hurley and Dr. Julie Levy, the co-founders of the Million Cat Challenge, are eager to continue their mission after meeting their goal of saving a million cats a full year ahead of schedule. Even with the success of the challenge, their… Learn More

Resources to save shelter cats’ lives

The Million Cat Challenge is a partnership of Maddie’s Fund®, the UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program, Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida, and the ASPCA®, formed to help shelters save the lives of 1 million more cats. It is based on five key initiatives which bring forward those approaches that have… Learn More

Taking the fear, anxiety, and stress out of animal shelters: Is it possible?

In 2009, veterinarian Dr. Marty Becker attended a presentation where veterinary behaviorist Dr. Karen Overall said something that changed his life: “Fear is the worst thing a social species can experience, and it causes permanent damage to the brain.” “I’d always thought of myself as a particularly compassionate veterinarian,” he said. “I had been exposed… Learn More

Webcast: Treating parvo at home with outpatient support at the shelter

Is canine parvovirus a problem in your community? Are many dog owners unable to afford hospital care for their pets with parvo? Would your shelter like to do more to help, but lacks the resources to hospitalize them? A recent study at the Pennsylvania SPCA (PSPCA), funded by Maddie’s Fund®, demonstrated that outpatient care for… Learn More

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Is stress undermining your pet adoption efforts?

Are dogs and cats in shelters developing health and behavior problems because of stress? And does that make adoption more difficult and less likely for those pets? Yes, says board certified veterinary behaviorist Dr. Sheila D’Arpino. On January 14 and February 4, 2016, she’ll be presenting free webcasts on how stress is sabotaging your pet… Learn More

Beyond spay and neuter: Getting the most out of shelter medicine

Is the missing link to saving more lives, relieving animal suffering, saving money on general operating costs and boosting community goodwill hiding in plain sight in your animal shelter’s spay/neuter clinic? Shelter veterinarians are not just a set of hands to perform surgery, give vaccines and treat emergencies. They’re a powerful source of experience, knowledge,… Learn More

How to bust myths about community cats with science

Ever feel incredibly frustrated at the picture anti-cat advocates are trying to paint of cats? So is Peter Wolf, and he’s dedicated his life to doing something about it. He first created a blog called Vox Felina, where he methodically deconstructs misleading media narratives and bad science. He’s now added the position of Cat Initiatives… Learn More

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