Cats are wildly entertaining animals and great companions to live with, but have you ever wondered why they act the way they do?
Join us for an online presentation and Q&A with Feline Behaviorist, Stephen Quandt. Stephen will discuss cats’ relationship to the predator cycle of hunting and resting, their sense of identity as predator or prey, their relationships with humans, and how all of the above relates to hunger, appetite, metabolism and exercise.
Stephen is a shelter-trained and Fear Free Certified feline behaviorist with the Animal Care Centers of New York City, a not-for-profit contracted by the City of New York to provide animal related services to the residents of New York City. Prior to working for ACC he worked for many years with the ASPCA in New York both in behavior and adoptions and around the country on disaster and cruelty cases. Stephen is also in private practice as a feline behaviorist who specializes in a compassionate, educational and affordable approach to cat behavior. He and his husband share their home with their two cats, Jenny, a “happy-go-lucky”, blind-from-birth girl and her bestie, Cricket! You can follow their adventures on Jenny’s public Facebook and Instagram accounts @JennyTheBlindCat.