Missed the first NKCKittenNurseryConference? Don’t worry! You don’t have to wait until 2022 to find out what you can do now to learn about kitten nurseries.
Are you wondering what the latest trends are in kitten nurseries? How to set one up when you don’t have a facility in which to house it? Or when your facility or staffing situation is less than ideal? What happens to all those kittens when a human or kitten pandemic (like panleukopenia) hits? This hit Conference from the National Kitten Coalition will give you all the tools you need.
Purchase the recording(s) for the NKCKittenNurseryConference/2021 for $15 each. You will be directed to a GoToWebinar recording page where you can access the PowerPoint presentations and session programs. In your confirmation email there will be a password to view the recording(s) as many times as you want.
Purchase NKCKittenNurseryConference/2021 Part 1:
Starting and Running a Neonatal Kitten Nursery with No Shelter/Rescue Facility
How do you save at-risk kittens, particularly neonates, when the shelter or rescue you work or volunteer at has no space for a nursery? Our speakers do just this, in different ways.
• Simone Kelham, Founder, Newborn Kitten Rescue
• Susan Spaulding, National Kitten Coalition Co-Founder and Director of Neonatal Programs; Vice President and Senior Neonatal Foster, NC Paws Rescue
• Marnie Russ, National Kitten College Program Administrator, Animal Welfare League of Arlington
Purchase NKCKittenNurseryConference/2021 Part 2:
Starting and Running a Kitten Nursery with Scarce or Challenging Resources
How do you start or run a kitten nursery when you have nothing? No building, no money? What if you have a building, but it’s not the greatest set up for a nursery? How do you patch together the space and resources you need to succeed? Again, what works and what doesn’t?
• Maggie Lynch, Development Director, Austin Pets Alive!
• Nicole Wisneskie, Nursery Lead, Best Friends Animal Society-Los Angeles
Purchase NKCKittenNurseryConference/2021 Part 3:
Dealing with Curve Balls
Nurseries get hit with curve balls all the time, and you need to be ready to turn on a dime when one does. Walking us through ways they swung the bat will be:
• Samantha Friedman, St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center
• Karina Josenhans, Manager, Animal Logistics and Dr. Allison Bliss, Veterinary Staff and Programs Manager, both with ASPCA® Kitten Nursery
• Jackie Noble, Nursery and Foster Manager, San Diego Humane Society