PAWS will be hosting Cat Behavior 101: What Your Cat Wants You to Know from 6:30-8 p.m., Monday, Jan. 26 at the Lynnwood Library.
This free training event is designed to help explain some of the mysteries behind cat behavior. Led by PAWS’ Steph Renaud, Supervisor at PAWS Cat City, it’s the perfect introduction for any cat owner wanting to understand why their cat behaves as he or she does, and get tips for building a better relationship.
Topics will include body language, the ideal home environment, sources of stress, the importance of play and litter box problems. This event is perfect for any cat owner or cat lover that wants to learn how to better communicate with their feline friends.
Whether you’re a cat beginner or long-time guardian, we guarantee you’ll learn something new.
Register Now. Registration in advance is important. Places are limited at this free event, and PAWS may be unable to accommodate people who turn up on the day without registering in advance.
If you have any questions about this event please contact Amy Webster, PAWS Community Education Coordinator, via email@example.com or 425-787-2500 ext. 257. The Lynnwood Library is located at 19200 44th Ave W.
You can do some advance reading on cat behavior at Resource Library.
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