Learn how the ASPCA’s Los Angeles Pee Wee Foster Program increased its kitten live release by 88% in just eight months! With more than 1,500 kittens and cats in their care in an 18-month period, that’s some high-volume lifesaving.
The program, which has no adoption center or clinic of its own, has thrived by streamlining and innovating its processes and engaging more than 200 active foster families all across Los Angeles.
You’ll discover how to: • Host online foster training sessions • Create an “on-deck” foster program • Use modern tools not typically thought of for animals to increase your lifesaving
Anyone looking to implement a training program for potential foster caregivers. This webinar pertains specifically to cats and kittens but has many general tips for organizing fosters.
Director, Los Angeles Volunteer & Kitten Programs, ASPCA
Tina Reddington has been with the ASPCA for over 10 years, holding various roles on the Direct Response, Fundraising, Member Communications, and now on the ASPCA Los Angeles team. Tina developed the ASPCA Volunteer Program in Los Angeles and launched the ASPCA L.A. Kitten Foster Program in Fall of 2016. Her foster and diversion program has cared for nearly 3,000 cats since its inception, and the program continues to grow.