Tip of the Week: Shelf Employed

Monday, April 29 2013

Looking for ways to improve the set-up in the area where you perform high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter?

The shelves pictur...

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So You Say You Want A Revolution

Tuesday, November 27 2012

I spent a little time over the weekend catching up on some webinars that I’d wanted to attend. I was all set for some good learning on spa...

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ASPCA Research Update: Is This Cat Feral?

Friday, November 23 2012

Dr. Margaret Slater checks in with Shelters’ Edge to talk about the ASPCA’s latest research regarding feral cats. How DO we develop a way to tell if a cat is feral or not in a shelter? ...

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Tip of the Week: Thinking Inside the Box

Monday, October 29 2012

Insulated boxes like the one shown here are often used as packaging for vaccines, but don't dash to put 'em in the trash—you can put them to use in your spay/neuter clinic, says Sara White, DVM.


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Counting Cats

Thursday, October 18 2012

We are in the middle of a study looking at the impact of TNR in areas of high stray-cat intake. Our goal is to measure the change in free-roaming cat populations after intensive trapping. The work is really pretty nifty – we have teamed up with some folks at the Lincoln Park Zoo who regularly count wildlife to help us...

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Blink -- It Could Save a Life!

Thursday, September 6 2012

You may have been following work we have been doing around the development of an assessment process to...

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What to Know When People Say Community Cats Are a Public Health Risk

Tuesday, September 4 2012

Looking for resources and information to help you provide accurate information to your communities about public health issues and free-roaming cats? Guest blogger Jesse Oldham has compiled them for you.


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Tip of the Week: Sock It To 'Em!

Monday, June 25 2012

Take a look at what we've got cooking this week—a supplemental heat source for animals recovering from spay/neuter surgery AND a g...

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Reaching the High-Hanging Fruit

Thursday, May 24 2012

In 2009 HSUS led a research project focused on investigating...

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