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Length: 90 minutes (60 presentation, 30 min Q+A)
Together with Hannah Shaw, we’ll discuss new intake philosophies and management models that prioritize kittens’ safety, community engagement and keeping feline families together. Plus! Find out about the industry powerhouses that are stepping up to support you in your next chapter of kitten lifesaving.
Maddie’s Fund® has applied for advanced approval of Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credit.
Hannah Shaw (The Kitten Lady)
The Kitten Lady
Hannah Shaw is a kitten rescuer, humane educator, and New York Times bestselling author who has dedicated her life to finding innovative ways to protect animals. Her project, Kitten Lady, strives to create global change in the way we perceive and treat the tiniest and most vulnerable felines. A best-selling author, Hannah has been featured as a guest expert on Animal Planet’s My Cat From Hell, and her work has been profiled in People Magazine, Cosmopolitan, and other media outlets around the world. She is also the founder of Orphan Kitten Club, a 501(c)3 charitable organization which provides lifesaving programs including a neonatal kitten nursery, a TNR program, and the world’s first grant program specifically funding innovation in kitten welfare.
DVM, Director, UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program, Million Cat Challenge
Kate began her career as an animal control officer in 1989. After graduation from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1999, she worked as a shelter veterinarian in California and Wisconsin. In 2001, she returned to UC Davis to become the first person in the world to undertake a residency in shelter medicine. Following completion of the residency, Kate remained at UC Davis to become the director of the Koret Shelter Medicine Program. Four of her favorite achievements are co-authoring The Association of Shelter Veterinarians’ Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters, co-editing the textbook “Infectious Disease Management in Animal Shelters,” collaborating in development and dissemination of the life-saving “cat portal”, and co-creating the Million Cat Challenge. She loves shelter work because it has the potential to improve the lives of so many animals and the people who work so hard to care for them.