Here Today Adopted Tomorrow Animal Sanctuary
180 Sturbridge Rd, PO Box 557
Brimfield, MA 01010
Free Cat Behavior Talk and Book Signing
with Dr. Rachel Geller
Shelter Cat Behaviorist: Here Today Adopted Tomorrow Animal Sanctuary
Saturday, February 1, 2020, 2-4pm
Monson Free Library
2 High Street, Monson, MA
Join us for a free cat behavior talk and book signing with Dr. Rachel S. Geller. She will share real examples, with proven results, setting you and your cat on the road to a happy relationship together. Whether the cat in question is avoiding the litter box, acting hostile toward another cat in the same household, having separation anxiety, or scratching the furniture, or whether you just want some advice on how to choose the perfect cat for your household and integrate your new cat successfully into your family, Rachel has easy-to-implement solutions and answers based on her lifelong understanding of cats and their behavior.
100% of the proceeds from books sold at the event will be donated to Here Today Adopted Tomorrow Animal Sanctuary.
Rachel S. Geller, Ed.D., is a Certified Humane Education Specialist and a Cat Behavior and Retention Specialist through the Humane Society of the United States and a Certified Pet Chaplain through the Association for Veterinary Pastoral Education.
Welcome to Here Today Adopted Tomorrow Animal Sanctuary
We are a 501(c) (3) non-profit, volunteer driven group focused on reducing the number of homeless animals in our community through prevention and adoption services. We have a cage-free adoption center for adult cats and kittens in Brimfield, MA, and we provide services and resources for local cats and residents.
We're Cage Free!
Because our cats do not live in cages, they are less stressed and stay healthy and happy until they are adopted. There are many cats eagerly waiting to welcome you and help you choose your new family member. Feel free to hang out with the kitties as long as you like. They will be checking you out too!
Adopt a Cat
Learn about the adoption process, meet our adoptable cats, and fill out an adoption application.
How You Can Help
We're always looking for volunteers, monetary donations, and donations of items for our cats.
Services & Resources
Learn about low-cost spay/neuter and veterinary care programs, Trap-Neuter-Return, and cat behavior resources.
You can support low cost spay/neuter programs in MA by purchasing an "I'm Animal Friendly" license plate. Here Today has received grants from this program, which benefits spay/neuter programs for cats in our communities.