While most people who foster kittens focus on keeping them medically healthy, socialization is also important. Being outgoing and friendly will help keep them in lifelong, loving homes. With the right strategies and techniques, kittens who exhibit signs of being fearful or feral can be happy, loving and well-adjusted pets. The speaker will detail techniques aimed at transitioning recently outdoor kittens into living comfortably in a home, and how these strategies can be used to work with other fearful felines.
Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE): This sessions has been approved for 1 credit of CEUs.
International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC): This sessions has been approved for 1 lecture hour of CEUs.
- Tabitha Kucera, CCBC, RVT, KPA-CTP | Owner, Chirrups and Chatter Cat and Dog Behavior Consulting
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