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  • September 1, 1998

    Through the Looking Glass

    Take a close look at your shelter???s cat-related programs to make sure they reflect the needs of the community.

  • September 1, 1998

    Public Opinion Polls: A Resource Guide to Count On

    You'll need to invest a little time and effort to determine the views of the people in your community. It???s a step that's necessary not only to make sure you're on target, but also to make sure you can gather public support.

  • September 1, 1998

    10 Things Your Shelter Should Be Doing for Cats in Its Care

    Provide quiet time; call the doctor; clean up your act??_

  • May 1, 1998

    How to Trim a Cat's Claws

    Trimming a cat's claws every few weeks is a vital part of maintaining the animal's hygiene.

  • May 1, 1998

    How Do Free-Roaming and Feral Cats Impact Humans and Wild Animals?

    As the problems faced by feral cats gain the attention of more and more shelters'and as the problems posed by feral cats garner greater public attention'researchers are beginning to take a closer look at the impact these animals have on their communities.

  • November 1, 1997

    How to Vaccinate a Cat

    Because cats entering your shelter will be exposed to many other cats and airborne viruses, they depend on you to protect them from disease. And vaccines are among your best tools to do the job.

  • January 1, 1997

    Feline Upper Respiratory Infection Fact Sheet

    The basic facts about feline upper respiratory infection, or feline URI.

  • January 1, 1997

    Controlling Upper Respiratory Infections in Your Shelter

    You will never totally clear your sheltering facility of feline URI and canine kennel cough, those ever-present diseases that affect millions of companion animals every year, but you can minimize their effect with the right approach.

  • January 1, 1996

    How to Pill a Cat

    What is feline upper respiratory infection? What is feline upper respiratory infection, or URI as it is commonly known, is a highly contagious disease affecting the nasal passages and sinuses of cats and kittens.

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