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Capacity for Care

Capacity for Care (C4C) Case Studies

Capacity for Care (C4C) is a management model that helps shelters better meet the needs of the animals in their facility. It creates the conditions necessary to provide shelter animals with the Five Freedoms, thereby improving the welfare of individual animals.

Through a generous grant from the Summerlee Foundation, the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies (CFHS) brought together the C4C Expert Team from the UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program to implement this innovative, ground-breaking program in Canadian shelters.

Below, you will find our most recent case studies, which showcase the results from our four pilot sites across Canada. CFHS member organizations Prince Edward Island Humane Society, Guelph Humane Society, Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society and Montreal SPCA have each implemented C4C in their shelters, and their achievements are inspiring. The case studies below describe the experience of each pilot shelter in putting in place the new model.

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Capacity for Care (C4C) Case Studies

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