Cat Socializing Quiz
This quiz is for all volunteers interested in working with the cats at NAHS.
When cleaning or socializing, how often should you sanitize your hands?
After handling each animal
Only after handling all the animals in a condo and before moving on to another condo
How many beds should be in a cat condo/cage? How many toys?
One bed, one toy
One bed, two toys
One bed, any number of toys is ok
You must always were a smock when socializing the kittens.
If you’re socializing cats/kittens during adoption hours and visitors asks you to take a cat or kitten out of the cage so they can hold it, what should you do?
Explain that volunteers are not allowed to do that, and refer them to the lobby and an animal care staff member will assist them
Are kittens allowed to be on the floor?
What are some signs that a cat has had enough interaction?
Fidgeting while being held or petted
Quick movements of the head to watch your hand
All of the above
Should cat socializers check the litter boxes of caged cats and kittens to see if they need changing throughout the day?
Is it okay to fill a cat or kitten’s food bowl without asking an animal care staff member?
Is it okay to fill an empty water bowl without asking an animal care staff member?
It’s everyone’s responsibility to ensure the cat and kitten rooms are kept tidy. What should you look for when tidying the rooms? Check all that apply.
Empty bowls on top of cages
Smocks/towels lying around
Excessive litter outside litter boxes
Excessive number of toys on the floor of the cat room (more than 5)
The staff relies on volunteers to help with what other activities around the shelter:
All of the above
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