Feline Communication: Learn to Speak Cat Beyond Meow!

  • When: Thursday, June 22, 2017, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Cascade Park Community Library, 600 NE 136th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98684
  • Cost: Free
  • Age limit: All ages
  • Categories: Activities: Classes, Lectures

Do you wish that your cat came with thought-bubbles above his or her head so that you would know what he or she was thinking?  Wondering what “meow” really means? Ready to become fluent in the language your cat has been using to communicate with you since you’ve known him or her?

Dr. Marci Koski, a local certified cat behaviorist, will help you decipher the mysterious language of cats, covering not only verbal communication, but body language, scents, and actions that your cat may exhibit when trying to express him/herself to you and other cats.  After this workshop, you will understand what your cat is telling you so you can meet his or her needs by providing a happy, healthy life, which is the first step in avoiding troublesome behavior issues.  Join in on this workshop and you'll be speaking Cat in no time!

This FREE workshop on feline behavior takes place on Thursday, June 22, 2017 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. Cascade Park Community Library, 600 NE 136th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98684

Limited Seating. Reserve your spot and RSVP to Dr. Marci by calling 503-927-1107 or sending an email to marci@felinebehaviorsolutions.com, OR by reserving your spot online HERE.

Dr. Marci Koski is a certified cat behavior and training consultant, and has received specialized and advanced certificates in Feline Training and Behavior from the Animal Behavior Institute. She also holds a doctorate in Fish and Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University, and worked as a biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for over ten years, where she focused her efforts on the conservation and recovery of threatened and endangered species. Dr. Marci’s primary mission through her work with Feline Behavior Solutions is to keep cats in homes and out of shelters as the result of treatable behavior issues.

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