Interview! Part Two, Monica Frenden, Cat Program Manager, Austin Pets Alive!

Interview! Part One, Monica Frenden, Cat Program Manager, Austin Pets Alive!
June 13, 2017
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June 17, 2017

“This is the safest large city in the country to be a cat.”


In part two of this two-part episode, Stacy interviews Monica Frenden about the various cat programs available at Austin Pets Alive! She describes the “Fel-V fever” that spreads once people in the community start adopting feline-leukemia positive cats, as well as the wildly successful ringworm and barn cat programs. In order to design the most relevant programs, Monica and her team study the patterns of “at-risk cats” in city shelters and created specialized programs for those cats—mostly, cats with FIV, feline leukemia, and ringworm. Because of its efforts, Austin Pets Alive! has an astonishing 98% release rate, which is much further above other programs in the state with less resources.
To learn more about Austin Pets Alive!, please visit their website at austinpetsalive.org. You can also keep up with APA! on Twitter and Instagram at @austinpetsalive.


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