CATalyst Council Videos
The CATalyst Council has provided the videos on this page with the intent to inform and foster healthy habits for your feline friend. You can also visit our YouTube page
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Cat & Carriers: Friends, Not Foes
Cats & Carriers: Friends not Foes. A helpful video offering 5 simple steps for cat owners to use cat-friendly carriers.
CATalyst Cat-Friendly Practice
to view our Cat-Friendly Practice videos, designed to help assist veterinary teams about ways to enhance feline visits to the veterinarian. Videos are about topics like the best place to examine a cat, how to examine a frightened cat, and more!
Watch our Executive Director, Dr. Jane Brunt, explain what CATalyst does, who we are and how we can help you.
June is National Adopt-A-Cat Month, and the CATalyst Council is joining with the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Humane Association to promote cats and encourage Americans to adopt one (or two!) from their local shelter.
Scotty goes to the vet... courtesy of Scotty and Dr. Sheilah Robertson, University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Part 1 is from his owner's perspective while Part 2 shows 'What Really Happened.'
Ilona Rodan, DVM, Dipl. ABVP, feline practice, talks about
the importance of regular cat vet visits. Statistics show that
cats visit the veterinarian half as often as dogs. Ilona offers
advice on improving your cats experience at the vet.
Give your cat a companion and adopt your cats in
pairs. They will be less stressed, healthier, and will
keep each other entertained!
Jane Brunt, DVM and Executive Director of the CATalyst
Council discusses why cats are America's #1 pet and how
important it is to take care of them.
Roberta Lillich, DVM and 2009 President of the American
Association of Feline Practitioners, discusses the importance
of wellness exams for cats.
Ilona Rodan, DVM, Dipl. ABVP, Feline Practice, offers
tips and advice on taking your cat to the veterinarian.
Regular vet visits can improve your cat's quality of life
and keep your feline healthy and happy.
Diane R. Eigner, V.M.D. and Catalyst Council Board
Member, discusses the importance of keeping your cat
on a parasite prevention program. Even cats that do not
venture outdoors are at risk of contracting a parasite.
Diane R. Eigner, V.M.D. and Catalyst Council Board Member, discusses the importance of feline nutrition. Obesity in cats is the most common feline health problem and can be kept in check with diet and exercise.
Cat Carrier Training with
Dr. Jacqui Neilson and Bug.
Day 2 of Cat Carrier Training with Dr. Jacqui Neilson and Bug.
Cat Recall with Bell by
Dr. Jacqui Neilson and kittens
Most people know that pets can enrich our everyday lives. But did you know that owning a cat can actually improve your health as well? If you own a cat, please take them to the vet at least once a year and consider adopting a cat if you don't own a one.
CATalyst Council and American Humane shelter awareness.
There is a huge need to adopt cats! The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak region is a community shelter providing adoption services, referrals for low-cost pet care, education outreach and volunteer opportunities.
Comfortable bedding, toys, proper and maintained litter boxes, and scratching pads are a few essentials for your cat's care and happiness.
The CATalyst Council is a nonprofit organization
formed to raise the stature of Americas number one
companion, the cat, by announcing the CATalyst 2009
Top 10 Cat-Friendly Cities