Join us for a three-part conference this Spring featuring kitten nursery experts addressing these and other important topics related to how to start and operate a successful kitten nursery.
Are you wondering what the latest trends are in kitten nurseries? How to set one up when you don’t have a facility in which to house it? Or when your facility or staffing situation is less than ideal? What happens to all those kittens when a human or kitten pandemic (like panleukopenia) hits? This Conference from the National Kitten Coalition will give you all the tools you need. Each session has a fee and will have separate registration.

4/24/21 Part 3: Dealing with Curve Balls
Description: Nurseries get hit with curve balls all the time, and you need to be ready to turn on a dime when one does. Walking us through ways they swung the bat will be:

Samantha Friedman, St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center
Karina Josenhans, Manager, Animal Logistics, Kitten Nursery, and Dr. Allison Bliss, Veterinary Staff and Programs Manager, ASPCA
Jackie Noble, Nursery & Foster Manager, San Diego Humane Society
If you want to sign-up for the rest of the Conference please use the links below. The price for each Part is $15.

3/27/21 Part 1: Starting and Running a Neonatal Kitten Nursery with No Shelter/Rescue Facility
4/10/21 Part 2: Starting and Running a Kitten Nursery with Scarce or Challenging Resources

*The recordings for this Conference will be available to registrants for 60 days on a private page of NKC's website within a few weeks after the last session ends.

Event Location | Gainesville, Virginia

Event Date | April 24, 2021 - 11 am to 1 pm