They make these available afterwards as videos:

On Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 3:57 PM, <> wrote:

> Will they ahve something in print for those of us who cannot go to this?
>  Would like to take to local no kill shelter.  they ahve a problem with
> housing.  I know they ar short on funds, but constructive critismnever
> hurts.
> ---- Natalie > wrote: > If anyone is interested, let me know, and I will
> send the entire page, how to register, with info privately; it’s too large
> to send to this group! > > > > My new email address is:> > 
> > > > > > > Fixing the Feline Housing Crisis: How Shelter Housing Can
> Make Cats Sick – And What You Can Do About It > > It's a feline housing
> revolution – and it’s helping stop shelter cat upper respiratory infections
> in their tracks! > > > Image removed by sender. large_box_bottom.gif > > >
> Image removed by sender. spacer.gif > > > Cats are extremely sensitive to
> noise, crowding, and stress – three things that are in abundant supply in
> many animal shelters. These adverse conditions often lead to illness in
> sheltered cats, particularly the most common of all feline shelter
> diseases, upper respiratory infection (URI). > The good news is that with a
> “feline wellness renovation project” – decreasing crowding and reducing
> stress – you can drastically cut the incidence of feline URI in your
> shelter's cat population. > Maddie's InstituteSM is pleased to announce the
> second in a two-part series on feline URI in shelters: Fixing the Feline
> Housing Crisis: How Shelter Housing Can Make Cats Sick - And What You Can
> Do About It. Join us for this free webcast on Thursday, October 25, at 9 PM
> Eastern, presented by Dr. Sandra Newbury of the Koret Shelter Medicine
> Program at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. > > Attendees will
> learn: > > * How to understand the natural behavior of cats > * How to set
> up shelter housing to reduce stress > * The importance of giving cats a
> place to hide when stressed or fearful > * The impact of housing cats near
> dogs > * How improvements in noise levels, light cycles, and enrichment can
> benefit cats > * Temperature, air quality and ventilation requirements for
> URI prevention > * How to understand exposure risks > * How to set up
> separation and isolation for sick cats > > Individuals attending the live
> webcast will be entered in a door prize drawing for one of ten copies of
> Maddie's® Animal Shelter Infection Control Manual! > Fixing the Feline
> Housing Crisis: How Shelter Housing Can Make Cats Sick - And What You Can
> Do About It, is part of an ongoing series of educational programs from
> Maddie's Institute, a program of Maddie's Fund®, the nation's leading
> funder of shelter medicine education. Maddie's Institute brings cutting
> edge shelter medicine information from universities and animal welfare
> leaders to shelter veterinarians, managers and staff as well as private
> practice veterinarians, rescue groups and community members to increase the
> lifesaving of homeless dogs and cats community-wide. > > _____ > >
> Presenter: Sandra Newbury, DVM > > > > > > >
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Go Get a Life---Go Get a Shelter Animal!

If you can't adopt, then foster "bottle baby" shelter animal, to save their
life.  Contact your local pound for information.

If you can't bottle feed, foster an older animal, to save their life, and
to free up cage space.

Ask your local animal pound to start saving over 90% of their intake by
implementing the No Kill Equation:<>

Here's the current growing list of true No Kill communities:

Legislate better animal pound conditions:

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