Stress Reduction & Enrichment for Shelter Cats
About this Webinar
Discover how to reduce feline stress and implement a behavioral wellness program for the cats in your care. Learn to recognize signs of feline stress and create protocols, housing and enrichment opportunities to improve the welfare and adoptability of your feline guests. You can listen to this webinar at your convenience, any time 24/7.
By the end of this webinar, you can develop an understanding about:
- Cat behavior and body language
- Identifying stress in felines
- Creating housing to reduce stress
- Feline enrichment ideas
This webinar is useful for staff or volunteers providing care for felines.
This webinar has been approved by CCPDT for CEUs. Send us a request for CEUs. Please allow 4 weeks for processing.
Kelley Bollen, MS, CABC
Owner & Director, Animal Alliances
As owner and director of Animal Alliances, LLC, Kelley Bollen teaches a variety of dog training classes and offers private behavior consultations to pet owners. She consults with animal shelters nationwide in the design and implementation of comprehensive behavior programs that address the behavioral health of shelter animals during their stay. A faculty fellow for the Center for Animals in Public Policy at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts, Bollen also served as director of behavior programs for the shelter medicine program at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
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