Presented by Andrea Carne
Unlike dogs, cats are often seen as independent, aloof animals who only tolerate humans, can look after themselves and don't need much looking after. Recent scientific studies turns that all on its head. Cats love their humans more than you think and how they live their lives with us dramatically affects their overall health and wellbeing.
Understand how offering enrichment and choice to cats can dramatically boost their health and well-being.
About The Presenter
I first became interested in the fascinating and complex world of cat behaviour when I was working as a vet nurse at an animal shelter. I wanted to learn more about the feline residents and how to make their environment better suited to their behavioural needs.
I have since completed numerous courses including a Cert IV in Companion Animal Services and a Feline Behaviour and Psychology Diploma (‘With Distinction’) and am currently completing further study through the International Society of Feline Medicine and Compass Education in the UK.
After many years using my knowledge to help cat owners through my work in a veterinary clinic, "Cattitude" was officially born in 2018 when I made the leap to go out on my own. My main aim is to work with cat owners to build better, more positive relationships with their feline family members. I offer private, in-home consultations to help find solutions to behavioural issues and support owners in creating harmonious, enriching home environments to share with their beloved cats.
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