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"Catology" is a New Educational Series For First-Time Kitten Fosters And Adopters

Fostering has never been more important than it is today. In these unprecedented times, more-and-more people are turning to animal shelters and rescues to foster pets.  

But for the first time fosters, the experience can be as overwhelming as it is rewarding. 

To help support first-time fosters and adopters, Royal Canin just launched "Catology" – an educational series for first-time kitten fosters and adopters. It is a series of free, interactive live streams, featuring kitten expert and Internet sensation Hannah Shaw, The Kitten Lady, and covering the most important kitten topics – caring for neonates, feeding and nutrition, kitten behavior, and socializing, among others. Each class is always followed by a discussion and Q&A. 

"Catology" Started running on April 18th and will continue to run each Saturday for four consecutive weeks at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT. 

The webinars are streamed live on the official Facebook and Instagram of Royal Canin and the official Facebook and Instagram of The Kitten Lady and are available to rewatch following each event. 

Here are the first two episodes plus some info about the next two episodes. 


New Educational Series For First-Time Kitten Fosters And Adopters | tiny adorable cat kitten held in a person's hand while getting bathed washed in a sink
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If you've been feeling lonely these past few weeks and have been on the fence on whether or not a cat would be a good fit for you -- this is a wonderful time to foster and find out. These kittens deserve a loving home in the midst of this pandemic and who knows? Your home might just have been missing that furbaby all along. 

KittenLady has released a new YouTube video explaining the pro and benefits of fostering during this time. Don't know how to find kittens or cats to foster? Check out this guide from the KittenLady

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