Never Underestimate a Cat

5 Nov

A blog from my dear friend and trainer, Lena Skov, about her training experience with a cat. To me this is what sets apart a great trainer from just a trainer. When you truly understand how others learn it can be applied to any species. And that is what allows incredible things to happen!

Never Underestimate a Cat

 

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Wordless Wednesday: Adopted Pets Rock!

16 Oct

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My Shira, a Bengal, and Adi, a Tabby-Tortie, are both my beloved adopted rescues!

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9 Oct

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Eli Learns to Sit!

5 Oct

Eli came to me from a shelter in Kentucky. I saw her picture on facebook laying in her litter box with her face planted straight down in the litter.  The picture haunted me. I posted that I wanted to help her and what happened next was nothing short of amazing! 

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Kitten Basics is Here!

1 Aug

Kitten BasicsKitten Basics is here! After thinking about it long and hard I finally decided to jump in with both feet and offered my first Kitten Basics Class. This class is designed for kittens between 8 and 12 weeks of age. Not only do they get to play, which is half the fun, but they and their people get to learn too! The buzz has been great so far! I was thrilled to be featured in the Akron Beacon Journal and then learned that the story went national! I have heard from people all over the country and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. Come join us!

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8 Aug

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Walking a Cat on a Harness and Leash

6 Aug

Shira is an active cat. When she gets going she can circumvent my livingroom without ever touching the ground! I wanted her to be able to get out and explore without the dangers of just letting her out the door. So Shira has been learning to use a harness and leash. Continue reading

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