Wondered how to hold your cat in a way that doesn’t freak them out? Or why our cats appear stressed when we scruff them? Or what behaviours you should train your cat (and how) for catexploring? Guest Tabitha Kucera has some answers. Listen now on Vurbl.
On episode TWO HUNDRED SIXTY-FOUR of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome back CatCafe Lounge founder, Kristi Labrenz!
Anna Raines, currently a community cat program manager at Best Friends Animal Society, has been involved in animal welfare for about 10 years. She started her career as a wildlife rehabilitator, where she learned about complaint mitigation and the importance of spreading the message of coexistence.
The first of several conversations with Dr. Meghan Herron, a board-certified veterinary behaviorist, who co-edited the new book: DECODING YOUR CAT: The Ultimate Experts Explain Common Cat Behaviors And Reveal How To Prevent Or Change Unwanted Ones.
Ever wondered how to train your cat is they aren’t motivated by treats? Or whether you can train your older cat? Or what to do about kitty litter while you are out & about with your cat? We chat with Julie from Cat School and answer the most common questions we get asked about training.
Learn Pam's easy training methods, the kinds that she has been using on her own cats for decades. Teach our cats to understand certain phrases, ask to get their needs met, and cooperate with us for mutual respect and friendship.
If you want to learn how to feed your cat for a long, healthy life, our guest has had cats live to be 32, and most of her cats live into their twenties; you will not want to miss this show.
On episode TWO HUNDRED FIFTY-FIVE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven answer even more listener mail, share more of your cat stories, and talk about Garfield Kart for the Nintendo Switch!
Listen to this interview with Rita Reimers and Linda Hall where they discuss giving every cat attention, being home with cats during the quarantine, and more.