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Million Cat Challenge: Support for Kittens in the Field
Supporting kittens and their families starts before they show up on your intake counter. 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.

Join us on Thursday, August 13 at 12n Pacific / 3pm Eastern for a presentation and Q&A with Million Cat Challenge co-founder Dr. Julie Levy.

This webinar will be recorded.

Maddie's Fund® has applied for advanced approval of Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credit.

Guest Panelists:
Kristen Hassen-Auerbach is the Director at Pima Animal Care Center, an open admissions shelter in Tucson, Arizona that saves 92% of the 19,000 pets who enter each year. Kristen sits on the Board of Directors of the National Animal Care and Control Association and is on the Executive Committee for American Pets Alive! and the Human Animal Support Services project.

Dr. Heather Kennedy is the Director of Feline Operations at KC Pet Project, a large, open-admission shelter in Kansas City, Missouri. Notably, she managed the Alley Cat Allies emergent shelter after Hurricane Katrina and was instrumental in helping Santa Barbara County become no-kill through TNR (Trap Neuter Return) and RTF (Return To Field).

Nick Lippincott is the Special Programs and Training Programs Coordinator for Orange County Animal Services in Orlando, Florida. He also sits on the Board of Directors for the National Animal Care & Control Association. Nick develops programs aimed at increasing collaboration between agencies as well lifesaving and diversion programs.


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