Rachel Geller (pictured here with Rosie) shines a light on why cats do what they do and is available free of charge to help address cat behavioral issues!
We’re purring with excitement over this news!
Dr. Rachel Geller, who is dedicated to promoting the prevention of cat surrenders and abandonment by helping people navigate their cats’ behavioral challenges, recently reached out to Phinney’s to let us know she’s available to provide free cat behavior counseling to those in Massachusetts and all around the world!
Rogue peeing, yowling, aggressive biting and/or scratching are some of the most common issues pet parents with cats may have to deal with. If a medical issue isn’t at the root of the behavior, chances are your cat is trying to tell you something. And that’s where Rachel, the author of Saving the World, One Cat at a Time: What I Know About Cats - And Why You Should Know It, Too, comes in.
Rachel was recently featured on WBZ News Radio where she provided tips on how to better understand cats, and we’ve updated Phinney's Get Help page with Rachel’s contact information, so if you or someone you know is struggling with cat-related behavioral issues, Rachel may be able to help.
Our heartfelt thanks go out to Rachel for all she does to help cat parents better understand what their cats are trying to tell them, so they can respond in a way that can lead to positive results.
For pet parents who are struggling with their cats’ behavioral issues and think there’s no other option but to surrender their pet, Phinney’s wants you to know that there is tremendous hope—and help—out there.
P.S. You can also connect with Rachel on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.