Tap into your Cat’s True Nature with Agility Training

June 6, 2012 |

Our friends at Purina One are currently exploring the cat’s true nature, observing the intersection of wild and domestic cat behavior to learn how best to enrich our cats’ lives.

I’m part of a team of passionate cat owners who are working with cat behavior experts at Purina to implement a series of lifestyle tips over the course of several weeks and document how our cats respond to environmental enrichment.

It’s a fun and enlightening program. Mousebreathers will get a peek at some of the super-secret testing we’re doing through a series of videos we’ll post here. Enjoy!

 
 
THE FINE PRINT: Purina One has generously provided promotional considerations (including but not limited to travel expenses, lodging, equipment, food, and training) to enable Mousebreath’s participation in the Purina One True Nature program. Purina One does not require that the program’s content and findings be shared on Mousebreath. For more videos from other members of the program, visit the Purina One True Nature Facebook Page.

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Karen Nichols is a Pet Industry Influencer, Publisher and Multimedia Designer in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has over 15 years of experience in the Internet Industry as a User Experience Analyst and Interaction Design Consultant. She's blogged professionally for nine years, and is a respected expert in social media, web analytics, online branding and Wordpress design and development. She's a popular speaker at pet industry conferences. In 2013, she won the BlogPaws social media awards for Best Cat Blog and Best video. In 2012, Karen won the Best Blog Design award for SkeezixTheCat.com. She was one of seven finalists in the national Purina Cat Chow Correspondent search in 2010. She has been a spokesperson for Friskies and judge of the 2012 "The Friskies" video contest, and a juror for the Internet Cat Video Festival. Karen is a member of the Cat Writer's Association, Women in the Pet Industry, the IAABC, The Interactive Design Association and the North Bay Multimedia Association.

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