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Cats are America's most popular pet, but they're also filling up shelters and rescues. We can give you the resources to provide the best care for your cats.

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  • Hanging Out

    Kitties at Oakland Animal Services in California are cute and comfy in their handmade cat hammocks. Find out how to make hammocks for the feline residents at your shelter.

  • Junk in the Trunk

    Read about the weight loss journeys of obese kitties Otto and Walter, and find out how to help the chubby felines who waddle into your shelter shed excess pounds.

  • Mouthpieces: Help Your Queen of the Jungle Discover the Great Indoors

    Mouthpieces flyer designed to promote keeping cats indoors.

  • Getting Black (and Mostly Black) Cats Adopted

    Looking to improve your luck in adopting out black cats? Try these creatively-themed events, cat-chy strategies, and reduced adoption fees to get your delightfully dark kitties noticed!

  • Going the Distance for Cats

    Catnip Acres serves as a way station—and a spay station—for homeless kitties in Pennsylvania. The group has spayed and neutered over 4,000 cats since opening an on-site surgical suite in 2010.

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  • Managing Community Cats

    Download the Managing Community Cats guide free — or purchase the book on Marketplace

  • Safe Cats

    The HSUS Safe Cats campaign has a primary goal of convincing cat caregivers that there truly is no place like home for their cats. Safe Cats increases awareness about the threats cats face when allowed outdoors without supervision, shatters the myth that an indoor cat is an unhappy cat, and spreads the word that shelter professionals and veterinarians alike advocate against allowing pet cats to roam.

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  • AAFP: Feline Vaccine Advisory Panel Report

    The American Association of Feline Practitioners has released their Feline Vaccine Advisory Panel Report. Includes a section on vaccination in shelters and multiple-cat environments.

  • AAFP: Feline Behavior Guidelines

    The American Association of Feline Practitioners' Feline Behavior Guidelines are filled with information for veterinarians and pet owners.

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