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September 22 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm$25
In this community workshop on cat behavior, Rachel S. Geller will share real examples, with proven results, setting you and your cat on the road to a happy relationship together. Whether the cat in question is avoiding the litterbox, acting hostile toward another cat in the same household, having separation anxiety, or scratching the furniture, or whether you just want some advice on how to choose the perfect cat for your household and integrate your new cat successfully into your family, Rachel has easy-to-implement solutions and answers based on her lifelong understanding of cats and their behavior.
THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR PEOPLE ONLY
About the trainer:
Rachel S. Geller, Ed.D., is a Certified Humane Education Specialist and a Cat Behavior and Retention Specialist through the Humane Society of the United States and a Certified Pet Chaplain through the Association for Veterinary Pastoral Education. She holds a doctorate in Educational Administration and ran a program for emotionally disturbed and behaviorally disordered children in the Waltham, MA public schools for twenty years. She is on the Board of Directors of The Cat Connection, the Education Outreach Committee of Baypath Humane Society, and the Cat Behaviorist for Here Today, Adopted Tomorrow Animal Sanctuary. Based in the Boston area, she advises clients and cat shelters both locally and throughout the country on how to resolve their cats’ behavioral and emotional problems, always with the goal of creating permanently harmonious relationships between cats and their owners.
Rachel is the author of a recently published book: Saving the World, One Cat at a Time: What I Know About Cats – And Why You Should Know It, Too
Refund and Cancellation policy: If you must cancel less than 14 days prior to the start of the program, all fees are non-refundable and will result in a donation of the total fee to the NHSPCA. If the NHSPCA must cancel a program, then we will issue a full refund. Note: Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment.