Tools & Tips
The assessment items are designed to determine the cat’s:
• Enjoyment of being petted and held
• Playfulness, "talkativeness," and activity level
• Interest in (and level of comfort with) new people and new things
AAWL’s “sleepover” program has placed 72% of participating animals into new homes! Find out how.
Empty the Shelter events saw thousands of adoptions and great media coverage. Find out how!
A powerful program at KHS empowers people to find new homes, when needed, for their pets.
Gain community support for your TNR efforts with these tips on creating good cat neighbors.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals supports Trap-Neuter-Return as a positive and effective program to help reduce outdoor cat populations.
It’s National Preparedness Month, so share our DIY pet first-aid kit with your adopters & community.
Need funding? Find supporters beyond the usual foundation suspects with these helpful tips!
Who can resist kittens? Add a baby-shower theme and watch the community respond!
Get some love, raise some funds, have some fun! Try a Valentine-themed canine kissing booth.