Cat behavior classes and workshops from Marin Humane in Novato
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Cat Workshops


The Behavior & Training Department offers workshops that span basic cat care for young and old to best practices for dealing with kitty behavior issues. 

  • Improve your cat’s quality of life with environmental enrichment
  • Alleviate problem behaviors like jumping up on the counter and scratching furniture
  • Teach him practical skills like targeting to allow you to move him around easily
  • Teach your cat to come when called and do fun tricks

Training helps you communicate clearly with your cat and deepen your relationship.

If you aren’t sure which Workshop is right for you give our Cat Behavior Advice line a call:  415.506.6284 or email CatBehavior@MarinHumane.org


We regularly add new workshops to our schedule. If you do not see a current class or workshop that works for you, please contact Behavior & Training or call 415.506.6284 to find out about future offerings. You can also access Cat Handouts for a wide variety of cat questions.


If you require financial assistance for classes, you may qualify for our Pet Safety Net program.  https://www.marinhumane.org/get-help/safetynet/

950 - Workshop: Cats 101

Bringing home a new cat or getting to know how to care for the one you have, can be confusing and overwhelming. Our Cats 101 workshop is designed to provide cat owners the information they need about caring for their cat.  Learn practical tips for building a positive relationship with your resident feline(s) and how to provide for the 5 basic needs of all cats. We'll talk about how to prevent litter box problems and destructive scratching, and how to play with your cat. Plus, we'll share our favorite food, litter and toy products. Perfect for new and seasoned cat guardians alike!  This is an online ZOOM class.  $10
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950 - Workshop:Why Does My Cat Do That

Cats! Why do they do the things they do? Ever wonder why your cat just has to keep knocking off that glass of water? Pounces on your head at 4am in the morning?  Why she has less-then-perfect manners? (Ahem….need help with her litterbox etiquette?…)  Attacks your feet when you walk by? Biting? This class will explore why these behavioral issues arise, help you to understand why your cat does the things she does and will give you strategies to help manage these problematic behaviors. Join the Feline Behavior Coordinator from Marin Humane for "Why Does My Cat Do That?" for answers to that sometimes very exasperating question.  This is an online ZOOM class. $20
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