Drs. Denae Wagner and Kate Hurley teamed up with the University of Nottingham's Dr. Jenny Stavisky to create a two-part study of the state of the art (and science) of providing temporary housing to cats. The pair of articles was published by the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery (JFMS) on July 10. If you're ready to evaluate your cat housing, read these articles! If you're looking to make improvements, submit a request for a free limited housing consultation.
Every shelter has a golden number. Just the right number of available adoptable animals to promote animal health and well-being and entice adopters. We can help you find that number and operate at your ideal Capacity for Care.
Facing an outbreak or trying to prevent one at your shelter? Our Resource Library, maintained jointly by the Koret Shelter Medicine Program at UC Davis and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Shelter Medicine Program, has the answers you’re looking for. Browse the library or go directly to an info sheet from one of the links below.