Cats are very resilient animals, but nevertheless, there are still risks associated with summer that we, as cat guardian, should watch out for.

Learn how to keep your cat safe this summer with Alice the cat behaviourist and certified pet first response instructor.

In this webinar, we will talk about:

  1. Heat stroke
  2. Dehydration
  3. Sunburnt
  4. Risk associated with family BBQ
  5. Burnt
  6. Choking Hazard
  7. Top 10 pet safety tips

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Alice Chau-Ginguene - cat behaviourist, writer, educator, advocate - Dublin, Ireland

For over a decade, Alice has worked with thousands of cats and their humans, to educate and to find harmony in their living space.

She believes most of the cat “problems” are not really problems, but rather a misunderstanding between cat and human sharing a living space, and a solution can be found through education.  

She is the founder of the longest standing, award winning pet sitting business in Dublin – Maow Care and the founder of Ireland’s first cat-centric festival Dublin Cat Fair. She is also a Pet First Response instructor and Missing Animal Response Technician. She has been featured on numerous media both in Ireland and abroad. She has been recently featured on RTE documentary – One Day: Keeping Ireland Company 

When she is not working with cats, she is writing about cats. You might want to follow her very popular blog here

Fun fact: She has travelled 10627.48 km over the years together with her cat Larmlarm when they moved from Hong Kong to Paris, then to Dublin.