Caring for aging kitties seminar series
Due to better care and nutrition, cats are living 20 years and more. For feline families, this means caring for aging cats and making sometimes difficult quality of life decisions.
Please join us at The Cat Practice for a very special series that will bring you closer to your feline and help you provide the very best lifelong care.
All programs are from 6 – 7 p.m.
Wed., May 30
Wed., June 27
Making end of life decisions
Pet loss and grieving
Wed., May 16
Wed., May 23
Wed., June 13
Caring for geriatric cats
NEW! Second date
Pet hospice care
Speakers: Laura Kramek, LVT, veterinary nurse/hospice nurse at The Cat Practice (May 16, 23, 30 and June 13) and Dr. Camille Greenwald, PhD, licensed clinical psychologist focusing on life transitions. (June 27). Space is limited so reserve early. Cost is $10 per program or $25 for the series. Pay by PayPal below or at The Cat Practice. Proceeds go to the Rufus Feline Memorial Fund for ill and injured homeless cats and cats in need. For more information call 248-540-3390.
Laura Kramek, Hospice NurseLaura Kramek, Hospice Nurse
If you bring your cats to The Cat Practice, you have probably met Laura Kramek, LVT, veterinary nurse/hospice nurse overseeing our new Hospice & End of Life Care program. Laura has been with The Cat Practice since 1993 and is a graduate of Michigan State University. She has a special interest in geriatric pets, end of life care and in helping families understand their options. Laura has two cats: Epoisses, an orange tabby, and Pinot, a brown tabby.