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Decoding the Mysteries of cats

 

 

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Cats’ relationship to hunting and resting that can lead to “drive-by” ankle biting, play aggression, early morning wake up, and food aggression
  • Their sense of identity in being a predator or being prey that can result in fearful cats, victimized cats (cat on cat aggression), fear aggression and redirected aggression
  • The relationship that connects them to us through food needs, attention seeking, and their status with their most favored and/or least favored people
  • And finally the relationship between hunger, appetite, metabolism, and exercise to all the above!

 

Presented by Feline Behaviorist, Stephen Quandt, most recently the Feline Behavior Coordinator the Animal Care Centers of NYC (nycacc.org) and of the ASPCA.org

 

Tuesday – June 22nd 

6:30 pm

Zoom

Free and open to the public

Please call 860-283-4339, complete the form online, or stop by the library to register

Sponsored by Friends of the Thomaston Public Library

 


 

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Whether it's a quick question about phone settings or you need a tutorial on how to access our ebooks, let us help you! 

Call 860-283-4339 to set up a 30 minute virtual or in person appointment with our Adult Services Librarian Alexa

 
Tech Help Appointments. Let us help you with your technology questions. Call to schedule a one on one appointment with a librarian. The appointment can be virtual or at the library for a 30 minute session.  We can help you with changing phone settings, learning how to FaceTime or video chat, navigating social media and Facebook, accessing our library resources, etc. Call the Thomaston Library at (860) 283-4339 to set up an appointment with an Adult Services Librarian.
 
 
To register, please call the library at 860-283-4339
 
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Join the Thomaston Public Library and award winning wildlife photographer, certified CT Master Naturalist, and Master Wildlife Conservationist Ron Blanchard for a special presentation on the American Bald Eagle in Connecticut. We will learn about the history of the decline, resurgence, and current status of the Bald Eagle from a PowerPoint presentation created by CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection. The presentation will feature images and artifacts of Bald Eagles along with a discussion regarding the preservation of our Nation's most cherished symbol.

Sponsored by Friends of the Thomaston Library

Join the Thomaston Public Library and award winning wildlife photographer, certified CT Master Naturalist, and Master Wildlife Conservationist Ron Blanchard for a special presentation on the American Bald Eagle in Connecticut. We will learn about the history of the decline, resurgence, and current status of the Bald Eagle from a PowerPoint presentation created by CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection. The presentation will feature images and artifacts of Bald Eagles along with a discussion regarding the preservation of our Nation's most cherished symbol.

Sponsored by Friends of the Thomaston Library

Join the Thomaston Public Library and award winning wildlife photographer, certified CT Master Naturalist, and Master Wildlife Conservationist Ron Blanchard for a special presentation on the American Bald Eagle in Connecticut. We will learn about the history of the decline, resurgence, and current status of the Bald Eagle from a PowerPoint presentation created by CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection. The presentation will feature images and artifacts of Bald Eagles along with a discussion regarding the preservation of our Nation's most cherished symbol.

Sponsored by Friends of the Thomaston Library

Join the Thomaston Public Library and award winning wildlife photographer, certified CT Master Naturalist, and Master Wildlife Conservationist Ron Blanchard for a special presentation on the American Bald Eagle in Connecticut. We will learn about the history of the decline, resurgence, and current status of the Bald Eagle from a PowerPoint presentation created by CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection. The presentation will feature images and artifacts of Bald Eagles along with a discussion regarding the preservation of our Nation's most cherished symbol.

Sponsored by Friends of the Thomaston Library