Often times I’m asked, how do I incorporate animals into my practice? When this arises, I like to reflect on the moments when I get home and get to be with my cat. All the worries of the day fade away and I am able to disconnect from the day to day hassle that is life while I just sit back and relax with my best friend.
CALLING ALL CAT LOVERS!
Join us this Saturday the 28th for a Cat Extravaganza! It’ll be our big introduction to the community! We’ll have some sample treats courtesy of Pedestal Creative Desserts, raffles, and some cool TCMC gear!
Come by our booth (#303) and say Meow! [Read more…]
So what is a cat café? It’s an environment where you can relax, indulge on pastries and coffee while cuddling with cats! The best part, you ask? All cats are up for adoption! The café portion and cat rooms are separated by a glass wall for no cross-contamination. But don’t fear, you’ll be able to take your goodies into the cat room, just watch out for the clever kitty trying to feast on your treats. Our cat rooms will provide as a great source of enrichment for the cats who will roam freely within the facility. Our Cat-i-faction designs will also serve as a showcase for future adoptive parents. These designs are very much contemporary now-a days and we hope to partner with a few companies to help promote total cat enrichment. [Read more…]
You have made up your mind, you want to adopt a cat. Now imagine yourself walking through the shelter doors. Most cats are kept in cages or kennels. Although their designs have evolved within the last few years, there’s really not a safe space (for both humans & cats) to interact with one another. Now, imagine yourself walking into the cat room, what do you see? You have the older cat, that has been there for years and/or was dumped at the shelter by their previous owners. Next, the black cat who holds a ridiculous reputation of having “bad luck”. Then, the scared cat who is hiding towards the back of the kennel, most likely because they are afraid of human contact due to possible abuse. Finally, there’s a cute little kitten who is eagerly trying to get your attention by meowing and displaying playful behaviors. Which cat is most likely to get adopted in this situation? The answer is simple, the cute playful kitten.