(Virtual) Decoding the Mysteries of Cats
Tuesday, February 207:00—8:00 PMZoom
Curious to understand why your cat does all the things they do?
Join this engaging session with feline behaviorist Stephen Quandt live on Zoom as he explains cat behavior from the perspective of the evolutionary and adaptive forces that help shape their lives. Learn about cats’ relationship to hunting and resting, “drive-by” ankle biting and play aggression, the confidence scale, early morning wake up, exercise and more. He will also discuss their relationship to us as influenced by the mother/kitten dynamic and how food affects cats and our relationships with them. A Q & A will follow the presentation.
This event will NOT be recorded, viewers MUST attend live. Register below for the Zoom link.
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About The Presenter:
Stephen Quandt is a shelter-trained and Certified feline training and behavior specialist with the Animal Care Centers of New York City, a not-for-profit shelter contracted by the City of New York to provide animal related services to the residents of New York. He's also in private practice as a feline behavior consultant and he believes in a compassionate, educational and non-judgemental approach to cat behavior and believes in creating a happier world for cats and the humans who love them! He and his husband share their home with their two cats, happy-go-lucky Cricket, and Jenny, her blind-from-birth bestie, who rules our home.
Registration will remain open until 1 hour before the program start time. When you register for this event, you'll receive an email confirmation with the Zoom link sent from the Somerville Public Library. Please make sure to check your spam folder if you don't see it initially.
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