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  • Archived Webinar

    Managing Public and Free-Roaming Feline Health Concerns

    The Humane Society of the United States

    Disease issues can take center stage when the topic of community cats is brought up. Newspaper headlines regularly strike fear in the hearts of citizens and can mire your community cat program in debate about health concerns for both people and cats. Public health veterinarian Dr. Sandra Norman will address these concerns and show how effective programs can help not just the cats themselves, but the community as a whole.

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    To Test or Not to Test: Making Sense of FeLV and FIV Testing

    The Humane Society of the United States

    Feline retroviral testing is commonly performed via a variety of in-house ELISA tests, now offered by various manufactures. These tests are used in shelter and rescue settings as well as general and specialty small animal practices, but they are often used inconsistently between various groups and the information provided by the tests is frequently misunderstood and potentially further complicated by confirmatory testing. In many environments, this misunderstanding and confusion can have dire consequences for the cats and kittens in care. So what does it all mean?

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    Smart TNR: Tracking success to achieve key goals

    The Humane Society of the United States

    How can you declare victory without having a clear goal? What about protecting against mission drift with the many competing issues we all juggle at the same time? This webinar will outline key, measurable goals and the metrics and outcomes that will benchmark your work to manage community cat populations and help you show success.

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    Combating the Naysayers: Who Says There’s No Proof TNR Works?

    The Humane Society of the United States

    Due to the oft-repeated claims of trap-neuter-return opponents, it has almost become a truism “there’s no proof TNR works.” In fact, there is a wealth of published, peer-reviewed research that demonstrates TNR results in intake and euthanasia decline, nuisance abatement and population reduction, while attempts at eradication are largely futile. This webinar will review relevant scientific literature and also see what conclusions can be drawn about how to most effectively practice TNR.

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