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Events For Cat Parents and Cat Enthusiasts

In the New England Area 

Upcoming events

    • February 16, 2019
    • February 17, 2019
    • Crown Plaza Boston-Natick 1360 Worcester Street Natick, MA 01760

    **This is not my event**

    I'm excited to share that the next TICA cat show has just been announced and you'll want to save the date! You know I am planning on attending and hoping to interview wonderful cat professionals. Question is will you be there? 

    Not sure what happens at a Cat Show? 

    You are surrounded by beautiful cats, you will want to go home and groom your cats and make them look gorgeous as well. Also there are lots of fabulous cat professionals, and cat product vendors. You'll find things you might not find at a chain store. So it's a wonderful experience. Last year this location was a huge hit and the organizers decorated and made the whole experience amazing. 

    Show Date:  February 16 - 17, 2019

    All-in-One Show/Hotel in Natick, MA! 

    The Crowne Plaza

    1360 Worcester St, Natick, MA 01760

    For More Information:

    • March 16, 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University200 Westboro Rd, North Grafton, Massachusetts 01536, United States

    ***This is not our event - just sharing****


    Purr View encourages cats stay indoors and or are secure in a cat for their safety and the wildlife. This is a great workshop- hope you can come too. 

    Whole Cat Workshop: Achieving Harmony for Birds, Wildlife & Cats

    Register on their website: 

    The 2019 Whole Cat Workshop will be focusing on how birds, wildlife and cat organizations can work together in order to be more effective in our efforts to assist all animals. Bob Sallinger, Director of Conservation from the Audubon Society of Portland, Oregon and Karen Kraus, President of the Feral Cat Coalition will headline the day to discuss their decade long partnership focusing on a balance within the Greater Portland area for all species. 

    Bob is a wildlife ecologist and will share some of the data collection projects that the Portland Audubon has worked on as well as his perspective on the controversial issue. Karen will describe how she and Bob met in the middle to begin to collaborate on a shared mission to develop the "Safe at Home" campaign and their catio tour. Karen will also discuss issues around managed trap, neuter, return and return to field programs and what it is like working in an area that does not have "enough cats". 

    This workshop will seek to foster an effective dialogue in Massachusetts with multidisciplinary organizations to create a bridge between wildlife and community cat advocates. Guests will leave the day armed with information and tips for how to negotiate conflicts within their communities and create a more harmonious space for the wildlife, cats and humans living there. 

    *Registration is will open in January and will be announced here. Save the date and stay in the loop for registration opening by following this event. Tell your cat and wildlife friends, too, by inviting them to this event!

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