I think, based on the internet's obsession with videos about them, we can safely say kittens are something almost everyone loves. But does everyone know the right way to care for them? Or what issues there are surrounding these furry little fluff-balls?

If you want to learn more about such things, you're in luck, because "award winning humane educator", Hannah Shaw, better known to many as "The Kitten Lady" will be heading to Waterville this fall to facilitate a couple of workshops all about kittens!

The workshops are being put on by the Waterville Humane Society, and according to their website, are split into two sessions: 'Saving Kittens Lives' and 'Community Cats 101'. Each session will tackle different issues. The first will go over topics like neonatal care and protection of orphaned kittens to the growing need for foster care for these mini meowers. The second session will go over issues pertaining to feral or community cats and how to help spay and neuter them safely.

There will also be an opportunity for a meet-and-greet with this famous feline friend.

"Shaw is the author of the upcoming book Tiny But Mighty, and the upcoming children’s book Kitten Lady’s Big Book of Little Kittens. She has been featured as a guest expert on Animal Planet's My Cat From Hell, and her work has been profiled in People Magazine, Cosmopolitan, and other media outlets around the world."

The workshops will take place at the Waterville Opera House on September 25th. There will be a fee for each. You can find out more about The Kitten Lady's workshops here.

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