Saving Shelter Cat Lives


One of my favorite non-profit groups, Maddie’s Fund (, is conducting a series of webcasts on saving shelter cat lives.  According to their website, from April 7, 2015 to May 5, 2015, they are conducting a 5-part series on the key initiatives of the “Million Cat Challenge”.  They are focusing on ACTIONABLE tools and tips that the shelter and rescue community can use to save lives.

Maddie’s Fund is an incredible source of valuable educational material for shelters and rescue groups relating to cats, dogs and other pets.  I encourage everyone in the field to visit their website and checkout the material available.

Until the next time, I wish you success in saving lives and improving your programs.

Diane Robertson

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