Join us for a talk and Q&A with author, Rachel S. Geller ED.D. at the Harvard Coop!
Rachel’s book, “Saving the World, One Cat at a Time” was written to help resolve cat behavioral and emotional problems with the goal of creating harmonious relationships between cats and their owners.
Rachel Geller, Ed.D., is the Founder and President of All Cats All the Time, a nonprofit dedicated to preventing the surrender and abandonment of cats by helping shelters – and cat owners who cannot otherwise afford to do so – access cat behavior counseling free of charge for the cats in their care.
Rachel is certified as a: Cat Behavior and Retention Specialist, Surrender Prevention Specialist, Humane Education Specialist, Pet Chaplain®, Fear Free Shelter Specialist, American Association of Feline Practitioners Cat Friendly Veterinary Advocate, DEI in Animal Welfare Advancement and RedRover Empathy Reader. She is currently a cat behaviorist for shelters all over the world, including working with adopters, training shelter volunteers and instituting surrender prevention programs. She also provides individual cat behavior help to cat parents. She has made presentations to numerous animal welfare groups.