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California Animal Sheltering during COVID-19 Weekly Call - Shared screen with speaker view
Leese Johnson
14:19
Yay!!!!
Julie Bank
15:11
Hi everyone. I am new. Nice to meet you. I am at Riverside County Animal Services. Been here for about three weeks now.
Shari O'Neill
15:24
Welcome!
Leese Johnson
15:28
Hi Julie!
Joy Smith
15:33
Welcome Julie!
Anne Martin
16:12
None of them have bunnies! (I'm the ED of House Rabbit Society =)
Anne Martin
16:31
Rabbits = 3rd most surrendered species to animal shelters in CA
Leese Johnson
16:54
#5 CASCAR Rymes with Nascar!
Phillip Zimmerman
18:26
Good job Bobby!
Bobby Mann
18:29
No problem
Monica Wylie
18:30
Agree with Anne M.....if we can add a bunny to the winning logo, it would be great.
Evan Jacobs - Calaveras County
18:39
I hope 2 wins since I actually watch nascar…….
Evan Jacobs - Calaveras County
18:47
prob the only one who does
Leese Johnson
18:57
Yay! Our Bobby!
Evan Jacobs - Calaveras County
19:32
We must have a run off between 2 and 5 now
Leese Johnson
19:44
Yes!
Leese Johnson
19:52
Love the Chi!
Staycee Dains
20:52
It is great to see everyone. It really lifts my spirits.
Gina Knepp
26:29
Thank you, Kate for the morning weep.
Joy Smith
26:44
Thank you for sharing that and the eye wash!
Sue Berry-Woods Humane Society
26:57
Thank you Kate
Stephanie Amato
27:08
Thank you for the reminder!
Monica Wylie
27:21
resilient
Jessica Des Lauriers
27:23
courageous
Julie Johnson
27:24
strong
Joy Smith
27:28
Audacious
Shari O'Neill
27:28
resilient
The Real Jill Tucker - CalAnimals
27:36
Resourceful and collaborative!
Phillip Zimmerman
27:36
Supportive
Katie Marrie, Santa Barbara Humane Society
27:38
innovative
Stephanie Amato
27:38
Passionate
Leese Johnson
27:39
Agile
Bobby Mann
27:40
#Kate2024
Cindi Delany - UCD
27:40
brave
Angela Yates
27:40
Compassionate
mandy Newkirk
27:42
Ready!
Staycee Dains
27:43
Grace
denae wagner- ksmp
27:43
resourceful
Anne Martin
27:44
Collaborative
Sue Berry-Woods Humane Society
27:45
resourceful
Anne Martin
27:45
Trusting
Cindi Delany - UCD
27:45
fearless
Wendy Welling
27:46
Selfless
Kaylee Hawkins
27:47
Badass!
Mandy Mills
27:49
responsive
Kate Hurley
27:50
Humble
Cindi Delany - UCD
27:50
relentless
Sue Berry-Woods Humane Society
27:51
Badass@
mandy Newkirk
27:51
Yes Kaylee
Jennifer Hawkins
27:52
Kind
Belinda Evans
27:53
compassionate
Kate Hurley
27:56
Stubborn
Cynthia Karsten
27:57
Open minded/open heart
Kate Hurley
27:59
Persistent
Jennie Comstock
28:01
Active
Jen Dalmasso
28:01
resilient and driven to serve
Kate Hurley
28:01
Kind
Gina Knepp
28:02
Fearless
Annette Patton
28:02
Collaborative
Alison Talley
28:02
ingenious
Teri Rockhold
28:04
Badass!
Kate Hurley
28:04
Flexible
Leslie Sklena
28:05
Reliable
Kate Hurley
28:10
Funny as hell
Elneda Connors SPCA Monterey County
28:12
thoughtful
Cindi Delany - UCD
28:13
Tough AF
Kelly Tracey
28:17
Resilient
Joy Smith
28:17
f'ing fabulous!
KELLY MIOTT
28:19
resilient
Denise Woodside
28:20
compassionate
denae wagner- ksmp
28:21
leaders
Shari O'Neill
28:22
committed
Cristie Kamiya
28:24
tireless
mandy Newkirk
28:24
#ToughAF
Rebecca Ringwald
28:24
resilient
Kerri Burns
28:34
Remarkable
Bobby Mann
28:35
innovative
Jennifer Hawkins
28:39
Flexible
Cassie Heffington
28:39
Absolutely Insane (but in the best way)
Cindy Rigney
28:41
dedicated
Sue Berry-Woods Humane Society
28:42
tireless
Anne Martin
28:45
creative
Cynthia Karsten
28:46
I stand with Bobby! #Hurley 2024
Maria Solacito
28:47
Tenacious
Staycee Dains
28:50
Transformative
Kate Hurley
28:59
So freakin
Kate Hurley
29:04
BRAVE
Shari O'Neill
29:05
creative
Julie Johnson
29:15
beautiful (roots and all)
Sheila McLalin
29:21
worthy
Maria Solacito
29:36
inspiring
Denyce Gardner
29:44
vigorous
Joy Smith
29:46
Fearless
Monica Wylie
29:52
#Hurley2024 or even #Hurley2020
Leslie Sklena
31:02
I’m not crying….I just cut some onions…
mandy Newkirk
32:21
Cristie, you are so loved.
Kate Hurley
34:31
Love Dr. Delany's tour guide voice :-)!
Kate Hurley
39:28
The certificate is my favorite part :-)
Bobby Mann
41:43
Super CLEAN
Julie Johnson
42:14
Really love this
Jackie Rose
00:42:32
WOW...looks great....super comprehensive!!
Shari O'Neill
42:36
WOW! Cindi, what an amazing amount of work. Very impressive.
Joy Smith
42:58
Very organized! Would love to create something like this for our help desk team.
mandy Newkirk
44:16
That’s a great idea, Joy. Break all your trainings (or even scripts!) down by course/module/topic and limit the amount of time people are searching “for that one thing about…”
Leese Johnson
45:43
Super Cool! Love it!
Phillip Zimmerman
45:57
Good job!
Annette Patton
46:04
Impressive!
Sue Berry-Woods Humane Society
47:34
Impressive!
Monica Wylie
47:50
So comprehensive.....will minimize decision fatigue and "fear of missing out" on all of the wonderful tools available to us. Thank you!
Jill Tucker
47:51
That looks great!
Rebecca Ringwald
48:11
Thank you!!
mandy Newkirk
48:24
When you’re clapping with your video and sound off. :/
Jackie Rose
48:46
Can you send us the link to the tutorial video, so we can easily share it with others?
Cindi Delany - UCD
49:36
That tutorial video is a little Mini-Course on the site. So anyone who logs in can go right to that mini-course and see it. sheltermedportal.com
Staycee Dains
49:37
Thank you for your hard work. This is amazing.
Belinda Evans
53:19
Cindy- you’re a rock star!! 👍🏼😁
Cindi Delany - UCD
54:24
Thanks guys! We're really hoping it will be a tool we can all use now and going forward. Email me with any feedback webmaster@sheltermedportal.com (or cddelany@ucdavis.edu).
Staycee Dains
57:15
San Jose has been doing a finder system for almost 10 years. Notwithstanding the typically contrary individuals in any community, people will look to us to learn how to handle a situation with animals in the community. And as we continue to do better for companion animals as a society, we need to continue to rethink how we "control animals" or facilitate animal control.
Jennifer Hawkins
57:47
We've started and informal finder-foster program and hope to provide more structure to it and keep it for the long term.
Phillip Zimmerman
01:00:20
You can check out Front Streets Website and how finders can enter the found pet into our database - http://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Animal-Care/Lost-and-Found
Julie Bank
01:02:07
How has this impacted your statistics on incoming animals. Did it have a huge impact?
Andy Cowitt
01:03:39
Awesome Staycee!
Anne Martin
01:04:27
We get SO many calls about found rabbits. With a less than 1% RTO rate in shelters for rabbits (based on my data crunching from a bunch of Bay Area shelter data), my org recommends finders trying to rehome them (or keeping them). We'd love to be able to recommend people report the rabbits they've found online through the shelter - I think it would give us all a better perspective of how many animals out there are being diverted from the shelter system, and occasionally might facilitate a RTO. With shelters that take in both stray & surrendered rabbits, we see at least 50% (or more) of rabbits coming into shelters are strays.
Bobby Mann
01:05:17
They also receive an automated email every 14 days to ask if they still have the animal and if they want us to keep the posting up. Postmaster job
Anne Martin
01:06:23
My estimate is that rabbits are usually found in a 1-block radius of where they were lost (though will migrate if out stray for a very long time)
Jackie Rose
01:07:24
Our ordinance allows for all domestic animals to be held by finder for 30 days as long as they are reported to us upon finding the animal and the finder makes reasonable effort to locate owner.
Julie Johnson
01:08:01
I would love to get a Chameleon/Petpoint/ShelterBuddy, etc. link in the sheltermedportal--so we know easily how to get those up and running in our existing software systems
Jackie Rose
01:08:46
4468-1 - Rescue of domestic animals; period in which animal deemed abandoned.Any person who finds and saves a domestic animal from harm, neglect, drowning or starvation shall, within a reasonable time, inform the owner, if known, or use reasonable efforts to locate the owner, if not known. In addition, if the person who finds and/or saves such a domestic animal is not able to locate the owner, that person must promptly file a report regarding the found animal with the Division. If, using reasonable efforts, the person is not able to locate the animal's owner, the animal shall be deemed to have been abandoned after a period of thirty (30) days from the date that the found report was received by the Division. Any person who takes possession of a domestic animal shall provide for the humane treatment of such animal.
Julie Johnson
01:08:50
YES! :-)
Staycee Dains
01:09:53
I'm not familiar with the LA city code, and while I am not a fan of animals as property, perhaps we follow path to ownership of found property...
Monica Wylie
01:10:21
This was great! Thank you so much for sharing. Always inspiring.
Joy Smith
01:10:24
Thank YOU!
Shari O'Neill
01:10:40
Thanks!
The Real Jill Tucker - CalAnimals
01:10:42
Thank you!
Jill Tucker
01:10:43
Thank you all. :)
Leese Johnson
01:10:48
This was great! Thank you ! Team CASCAR
Maria Solacito
01:10:48
THANKS!
Bobby Mann
01:10:48
VROOM!
Teri Rockhold
01:10:49
Thank you!
Stephanie Amato
01:10:51
thank you
Staycee Dains
01:10:53
Gina knepp is doing a lot of work with RTO programs so I would follow everything she is doing.
Ivy Ruiz
01:10:55
Thank you all.
Kate Hurley
01:10:55
vroom!