Saving Kittens Workshops with Hannah Shaw, “Kitten Lady”
Please join us for one or both of these free, fun seminars focused on saving the most at-risk feline populations: neonatal kittens and community cats. Hosted by Midwestern University’s Companion Animal Clinic and featuring social media activist, Hannah Shaw, also known as “Kitten Lady.”
We’ll start with a two-hour “Saving Kittens” workshop from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. This is a comprehensive and fun way to learn more about fostering in your community. It will cover:
- Basic care for orphan neonatal kittens
- Feeding, bathroom, and medical care
- How to set up your home for kittens
- Selfcare and compassion fatigue
We’ll take a one-hour lunch break from 12:30 to 1:30 PM.
In the afternoon, we’ll reconvene for part two, “Community Cats 101” from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM at the Midwestern University Companion Animal Clinic. This segment will cover:
- Background information about community cats, their behavior, and their needs
- Detailed information about why and how TNR saves cats’ and kittens’ lives
- Step-by-step instructions on how to safely and humanely trap cats and kittens
- How to handle various scenarios including moms with babies, friendly cats, feral kittens, and more
- How to provide effective and positive ongoing care to a colony of cats
- …and much more, including demonstrations, Q&A, and fun + inspiring videos and content to get you ready to save lives!
For questions, please call 623/572-3353
Registration is required. Reserve your spot today!