The Cat Coach to Offer Classes in Cat Behavior

We have all heard about the horse whisperer and the dog whisperer, but what about a cat whisperer? Well, now you have it! Renowned cat coach, Marilyn Kreiger, is often referred to as the cat whisperer. Keriger is a certified cat behavior consultant and she will be offering two telecourses on cat behavior in July. The first one is titled, “Introducing the New Cat to the Resident Cat without Stress,” and will be on July 16th at 9 p.m. ET. The telecourses are being sponsored by RaisingCanine.com.

Kreiger helps cat owners resolve unwanted behaviors, such as inappropriate elimination, spraying, aggression, scratching and more. She uses behavior modification techniques along with positive reinforcement while teaching the cat owner the right way to interact with their cat to correct behavior problems and avoid behavior issues in the future.

Kreiger is a certified cat behavior consultant who has been successfully solving cat behavior problems since 1990. She is the resident cat behaviorist for Cat Fancy magazine’s web site. She also authors the Ask the Cat Coach for Animal Radio Network’s monthly magazine. Based in Northern California, Marilyn donates her expertise to the Peninsula Humane Society, which has honored her for her efforts to keep cats from being surrendered unnecessarily due to fixable behavior problems.

Nationally recognized as being one of the country’s foremost behavior experts on Bengal Cats, domestic cats which are descendants of Asian Leopard Cats, Marilyn spearheads coordinated rescue work in California for these beautiful felines. She also is a Filial Bengal Cat Consultant (FBBC).

Marilyn teaches cat behavior telecourses for companion animal professionals through Raising Canine. She also teaches a series of mini-seminars at For Other Living Things in Sunnyvale, CA.

She is a proud certified member of the IAABC (International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants).

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