Socialization and training aren't just for dogs! Kittens who are properly socialized and trained can become the friendly, super-social cats who love to be cuddled and don't mind going to the vet.
Imagine what it would be like if your kitten...
You can also teach your cat to pay attention to their name, come when called, and walk with you on a leash!
Cats have a reputation for being aloof, antisocial, and downright uncooperative. But that doesn't have to be the case. Every cat has his or her own, distinct personality; but if you start early, you can show your kitten the joys of snuggling, grooming and proper veterinary care, lessons that will stay with them forever and help even a naturally shy cat to be more at ease with whatever comes their way.
In this fun-filled, five week class, you'll learn how to socialize, train, and connect with your kitten! We'll teach you how cats communicate and how they learn, so you can better understand your amazing animal, and build a bond that lasts your whole lives.
WHEN: Wednesdays, 6:30PM
FIRST CLASS: January 17, 2018
Join anytime--class is offered on a rolling enrollment basis.
To sign up: click on the button below to purchase the class. Then go here to sign up for the classes. You must sign up for class in order to attend!
DVMH Patients: to redeem your free class, go directly to the class sign up and enter the code you got from DVMH. Easy!
When to call in an expert?? I've had cats most of my life. Growing up I had a cat "Jellybean" who had a few litters of kittens. But now having a cat who is 18, two kids and deciding to add two kittens to the mix made me think - this is a new scenario and I wanted to set all of us up for success. Nirvana Tails LLC was my first call. Mary has such a gift for training cats, dogs, kittens, puppies and PEOPLE. My kids listened to every word and ran with it. Now I hear, "Mary said ..." all the time! We have a ways to go, but we all feel prepared!
-- Victoria Vitarelli, Baxter and Millie, Madison NJ
West Village Veterinary Hospital
75 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10014
Want more information? Call us at (917) 710-2849 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.