Diverting Feline Intake: Workshop with Dr. Julie Levy, Best Friends, and the Florida Association of Animal Welfare Organizations

Published: November 5th, 2017

Category: Blog, Featured, News

catWould you like to empower your shelter staff to mitigate nuisance complaints, implement alternative solutions for impoundment, strengthen your ability to play a key role in keeping cats in their environment, collaborate with others, address nuisance ordinances, and more? Then join Best Friends and the Florida Association of Animal Welfare Organizations (FAAWO) on Thursday, November 16, 2017, at the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando for an in-person training on diverting feline intake.

There will even be an opportunity for animal control officers to have one-on-one training to learn more about cats in the field.

Additionally, Dr. Julie Levy of the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at UF will present  “When Lives Count: Making Sense of Florida’s Shelter Statistics,” which includes a deeper look at Florida’s current numbers as well as Shelter Animals Count.

The free event will be held Thursday, November 16, 2017, from 10 AM until 2 PM in the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando’s Education Room at 2727 Conroy Road, Orlando, Fla. Register here.

This workshop is made possible through a generous gift from Arnie and Barbara Grevior and the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program.