We welcome Dr. Rachel S. Geller, cat behaviorist, pet chaplain, fear free shelter consultant and humane education specialist. She will be giving advice for developing and maintaining cat-and-owner harmony, providing you with insight on your cat’s behavior and will answer all of your questions.
Dr. Geller specializes in solving cat behavior problems, including but not limited to: litter box issues, inter-cat aggression, multi-cat households, inappropriate scratching, cat introductions and working with shy/fearful cats. She works with empathy and guidance to help people understand their cats, allowing their cats to engage in their natural behaviors in a way humans can live with. Her services are free and she stays with clients every step of the way until the problem is solved.
In most cases, by the time Dr. Geller receives a call people are at the end of their rope. They have most likely tried many different interventions, and they have searched the internet and attempted to solve the problem on their own.
100 percent of purchases of her book, “Saving the World, One Cat at a Time” for one week following the program will benefit the Little Guild Animal Shelter in West Cornwall, CT.
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