GU – Appleton Vet Tech Student Helps in Cat Hoarding Case

All too often, our newsfeeds are clogged with stories about animal hoarding situations. Whatever happens to those animals once they are rescued? One Globe University – Appleton vet tech student got to find out first hand.

AP Vet Tech student Katie Toshner provides a dental cleaning to a cat at Lakes Animal Clinic.

Veterinary technology student, Katie Toshner, works as the cat kennel manager at Fond du Lac Humane Society (FHS). The FHS discovered a hoarding house in the area and needed to extract the animals from the house. The FHS was able to take in 14 cats and needed Katie’s help to transport them and help with dental cleanings and procedures. This rescue couldn’t come at a better time because Katie had just started the Dentistry class at Globe that same week.

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