Don’t Kit-nap Kittens

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Recorded On: 05/05/2020

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Kitten season – the time of year animal welfare organizations across the country dread. But there are ways you can help reduce the number of kittens coming into your shelter. Learn how to message to your community why shelters are not the ideal environment for newborn kittens, and how marketing and surrender intervention efforts can work together to help you control the influx of kittens and ultimately save more lives. 

This 25-minute webinar is targeted to animal welfare professionals in communications, marketing, and media, as well as individuals in intake or admissions departments responsible for formulating strategy to better manage the intake of kittens. 

This webinar recording has been pre-approved for 0.5 Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credits.

Kate Mayeski

Senior Manager of Surrender Prevention and Intake

Kate is an Arizona transplant from Baltimore, Maryland, and has been with the Arizona Humane Society since 2017. Her most notable achievements include leveraging technology in AHS’ Pet Resource Center to create efficient processes that improved the overall customer experience and better supported the community while also recognizing opportunity for streamlining AHS internal processes. Through this, Kate was able to merge the efforts of AHS’ PRC and Admissions departments, allowing for the teams to help more people keep pets in homes. 

Robby Nisenfeld

Communications Manager, Arizona Humane Society

Robby Nisenfeld has served as Communications Manager at the Arizona Humane Society for seven years and oversees communication and marketing efforts for a variety of different channels, including website, social media, email marketing, print publications and collateral. Robby is a Texas native and holds a BS in Journalism from the University of Texas. 

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