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The Discovering of a Remedy Cat: a sequence about Tinkerbelle, Registered Pet Companion Remedy Cat (retired) and our journey collectively.

By Mollie Hunt

Half 12: Shadowing 

Someday, Tinkerbelle and I received an e-mail from our native Pet Companions workplace asking if we’d thoughts being shadowed. We mentioned we might benefit from the alternative.

Being shadowed means having somebody come together with us on visits to observe what we do. Normally it’s somebody who aspires to have a remedy cat of their very own, or somebody new to Pet Companions who desires to see how we go about our displays. This time it was completely different. The beautiful woman that greeted us on the door was getting her diploma as a Cat Behaviorist, and a part of her project was to exit on actual calls and get to know what our remedy cats had been like.

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Marci and I went on a number of visits to the assisted dwelling facility. She requested numerous questions, received to know Tinkerbelle, and even helped me carry Tinkerbelle from room to room. She loved the residents and appreciated the interactions that they had with Tink. I loved her enthusiastic firm and insights into cat habits. Tinkerbelle loved her pets. It was all win-win.

Marci went on to turn out to be one of many foremost cat behaviorists within the Portland Oregon space. We’re nonetheless good pals regardless that Tink has retired.

About Tinkerbelle:
Tink served for 4 years as a registered Pet Companion Remedy Cat, visiting assisted dwelling amenities and hospice sufferers. Tink is now retired and dwelling the quiet life. Try her Fb web page at:

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About Mollie Hunt:
Mollie is the writer of the Loopy Cat Girl cozy thriller sequence, that includes Lynley Cannon, a sixty-something cat shelter volunteer who finds extra hassle than a cat in catnip. Mollie is a member of the Oregon Writers’ Colony, Sisters in Crime, and the Cat Writers’ Affiliation. This yr she gained a CWA Muse Medallion for her Three-part blogpost sequence, “Life Levels”.

Like Lynley, Mollie is a grateful shelter volunteer. She is a longtime volunteer for the Oregon Humane Society the place she socializes unhappy, fearful, and behavior-challenged cats. She additionally fosters sick and aged cats in her residence. In 2014, she had the privilege to work with cat behaviorist Jackson Galaxy on a very thought-provoking case.

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