Looking for a way to celebrate our feline friends this month? Here are a few fun January 2021 cat events.
NOTE: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many events have been cancelled. But here are some virtual events you can check out.
Learn what makes cats cats at this virtual seminar. Photography by: ©rsmseymour | Getty Images
Organized by City of Lake Oswego in Oregon, you’ll learn what makes cats special and what their normal behavior looks like, and bust some common feline myths. The event takes place on Mondays through February 22. Learn more here.
A cat watching a human do yoga. Photography ©fizkes | iStock / Getty Images Plus.
Animal Aid in Portland, Oregon, invites you to a virtual yoga class along with your cat – or any other animal companion. Hosted by yoga instructor Bonny Chipman, this online class is open to all experience levels (including those who have never tried yoga before) and will take place via Zoom. Spots are limited, so sign up soon! For more information, click here.
Does your cat have questions? Today is the day to answer them. On this special day, listen to each meow and try to understand just what your cat is getting at.
Two cats rubbing up against each other outdoors. Photography ©maximkabb | Thinkstock.
At this unique virtual event from Community Cats Podcast, you’ll gain valuable insight from some of the most knowledgeable leaders in the animal welfare community. The seminar will cover cat health; rescuing and saving cats; how to start a local program to help cats in your community; and best practices for cat spay and neuter. To learn more and to sign up, click here.
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