Saturday, January 4th is Caturday! Join us for an event with Dr. Rachel Geller, cat behaviorist, pet chaplain, and human education specialist for a talk about her book, SAVING THE WORLD, ONE CAT AT A TIME. Dr. Geller will give advice for developing and maintaining cat and owner harmony, answer audience questions, and sign copies of her book, which will be available for purchase at the event.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Have a cat at home or thinking about adopting? Dr. Rachel S. Geller has complied her knowledge about felines in a book to assist cat owners with any questions they may have about why their cat is behaving a certain way and how to help.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
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. She is also a Certified Pet Chaplain through the Association for Veterinary Pastoral Education. Based in the Boston area, she advises clients 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. 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.