Service Cats: Emergency Contact Is A Must

Hey everypawdy, it’s me, RaenaBelle. I’s bringing you the first Service Cats and Everything Feline Friday of 2020. It’s taking longer than expected for us to get our house back in order, but we’re slowly getting there. Anyways, we lost our list of topics and questions, so purrlease let us know what questions or topics you have or would like to see here. Do you have Health questions, Behavior questions, Nutritional questions, Training questions, or questions in general? Let us know and we’ll get you an answer. You can submit your questions/topics in the comment section below or via private email through our Contact page. And, if you’ve missed any post in this series, you can check them out on our Training Tips and Everything Feline page here

 

 

 

Dezi lays on tree with harness and Service Cat logo

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Service Cats: Prey Model Raw Part 6

Meow-llo and Welcome to Service Cat Furiday…finally. Thank you fur your patience, we weren’t able to get back to the seriousness of the subject befur now. Our current mini series is Feline Nutrition and Prey Model Raw made easy. Ifin you missed our last post or any of our Service Cat posts, you can see them on our Training Tips and Everything Feline page. And of course, ifin you have any questions or topics you would like us to address, just let us know in the comments below or send us an email via our Contact page.

 

 

Dezi lays on tree with harness and Service Cat logo

 

 

 

The following post will be written in human English for reader and translator ease. Our Service Cat posts aren’t intended to be an all inclusive Training Manual but rather Tips, Tricks and Techniques used/developed by mommy A thru her many years of animal training, cats in purr-ticular. And to offer insight into your questions about Everything Feline. Always remember, successful Training is all about Repetition and Rewards.

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