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Welcome to Kitten Fostering 101! In this course we will be learning the basics of kitten fostering and how to get started. We will go over the importance of fostering, the different ages of kittens available for fostering as well as medical challenges you may come across while taking care of kittens. There are several informational videos that we will watch going over how to bottle feed a kitten, how to safely give a kitten a bath and how to socialize a "spicy" kitten. At the end of the class...
-What it means to foster an animal and why kittens need to be fostered -The different ages of kittens and how to care for them -Medical challenges that may come up when fostering -How to find instructional videos and resources to help you while fostering' -Instructions on how to get started fostering
I have been fostering cats and kittens for over 3 years now and in that time I have grown so much in my knowledge as a rescuer. My passion for animals along with my experience working in education makes me an ideal teacher to educate all ages on how to get started in animal welfare.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
As part of medical challenges, I will briefly go over the possibility of kitten fatality due to disease.
Gabriela WaldorfEducation That Makes A Difference
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Hello parents and learners! My name is Ms. Gaby and I am a passionate educator looking to make positive a difference in the world. I have been working in education as a private academic tutor since I was 14 as well as been a camp counselor for...