Ever wonder why your kitty wakes you up at 5 AM, walks on the counters, or turns his nose up at his dinner? Do you worry that your kitty is bored or being destructive when you are away from home? Do you want to make your senior kitty more comfortable and help maintain his or her activity level? Gain insights on innate feline behaviors and how you can provide mental stimulation and environmental enrichment to create a happier, richer life for your kitty. Learn how nutrition can affect cat behavior as well. Nancy and Diane will address your questions and challenges about living with cats. Free kitty goodie bags to take home!
Saturday, April 13th, 2019 1-3pm
NOAH Events Center
31300 Brandstrom Rd
Stanwood, WA 98292
Nancy Howard is the owner of The Whole Cat and Kaboodle and Cafe Cocoa- two cat resource stores in the greater Seattle area. The mission of the business is to help cat owners see the world from their pets perspective. They offer grooming, boarding, nutrition, behavior modification as well as adopting out cats from local rescues and area shelters. Nancy also founded the feral cat sanctuary, Sanctuary at Hidden Creek Ranch, in Bothell in 2000. This space is home to over 100 feral, and otherwise unadoptable cats. Whole Cat website
Diane Venberg operates KittyStar Services for Cats on Camano Island, offering in-home visits for companion animals, assistance with medications and hydration for kidney issues, and behavioral/enrichment consultations. As a professional pet sitter and former volunteer with the Feral Cat Spay & Neuter Project, she has over 20 years of experience working with and caring for felines of all ages and personalities. Along with her mother, Diane founded Flower Feline Sanctuary, which offers a life-long home to senior and special needs kitties. Flower Feline Sanctuary website