Anywhere, USA (December 20, 2022) – Community Cats Podcast is hosting the sixth annual Online Cat Conference from January 27-29, 2023. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone interested in turning their passion for cats into action.
The Online Cat Conference offers community cat-focused content that will help you or your organization turn your passion for cats into action.
The weekend’s schedule includes sessions and panel discussions on some of the most asked about programs and services, including strategies for managing hoarding situations, how to improve return-to-home rates, current information about Feline Leukemia Virus, and ways for community cat caretakers to mitigate and effectively respond to wildlife concerns. Plus, a brand-new two-part session designed specifically to help community cat program managers, both in shelters and smaller grassroots organizations.
Speakers include experts from The Humane Society of the United States, Best Friends Animal Society, Neighborhood Cats, the MSPCA, Wildlife Freedom Foundation, and many, many more. See the full speaker lineup and session information on the conference website.
Registration is $75.
Registration includes access to the live conference and session recordings after the event. The conference will include the ever-popular cat trivia with great prizes throughout the weekend, as well as access to the private conference Facebook group for further discussion and networking.
Community Cats Podcast thanks its Premier Sponsor, Maddie’s Fund, for making the event possible. Maddie’s Fund offers the industry a national voice, as well as important funding opportunities for bold ideas. They also host the Maddie’s Pet Forum, an online outlet and safe place for those involved in rescue to ask questions, share ideas, and build community with like-minded professionals.
The Community Cats Podcast is the brainchild of Stacy LeBaron. Stacy has been involved in cat welfare for almost 30 years. She started the Community Cats Podcast as a way to virtually connect people who are passionate about cats and helping them in their community. Since 2016, she has released almost 500 episodes of the podcast and hosted over a hundred online events motivating individuals and organizations to think proactively about their cat programs. For more information about Community Cats Podcast, visit communitycatspodcast.com, or get in touch with Stacy directly at email@example.com or 978-239-2090.