Jacqueline Munera, CCBC, PCBC, CAP2 is the owner of Positive Cattitudes, coaches clients on living with their cats and dogs, while encouraging people to push the boundaries of what they think cats are capable of. She is an IAABC Certified Cat Behavior Consultant and has a B.A. in Honors Biological Psychology from New College of Florida, where she pursued studies on animal cognition and behavior, and thesis work on coat color as an indicator of cat personality. Jacqueline presents and publishes on a variety of cat training and behavior topics. She is especially interested in helping cats in shelter and rescue organizations and has helped multiple shelters implement cat behavior and training programs. Her most recent project, What Is My Cat Saying?, is designed to educate canine and feline professionals about cat signaling and communication. View some of her videos, including Ankle Attack, the winner of the 2007 Karen Pryor Canis Film Festival’s feline division, on her channel at www.youtube.com/user/PositiveCattitudes .
Rec0rded OnDemand lectures: Training a Cat Isn’t Like Training a Dog! Or is it?; It Takes Two: Successful cat and dog interactions and Behavior Consulting and Declawed Cats