New York City’s Cat Wrangler

February 29, 2012 by Jillian at Tails in Featured, Home with 3 Comments

Hiding catWe’ve all heard of Dog Whisperer, now meet Cat Wrangler and founder of Catch Your Cat, Etc., Jordana Serebrenik.  Many of us dread trips to the vet, or rather the hour long fight beforehand trying to get an unwilling cat into a kennel. The blood, sweat, and tears required to complete the task are no longer necessary.

For the fee of $80.00 Serenbrenik will gladly corral your feline safely and quickly for you. She has distributed her business card to area veterinarian offices and customer testimonials are flooding her Facebook page.

Serebrenik, 45, discovered her talent for catching cats by participating in years of animal rescue work. After a six-week trip to Africa, she began volunteering with City Critters, a cat rescue and adoption group. She learned a great deal about animal care and rescue procedures.

She developed the intuition to interpret what a cat may or may not do in a tense situation. She takes into consideration the surrounding environment and exit routes. She also point out that, “being confident and not emotionally tied in” helps a great deal as well. She elaborates by adding, “It’s not that I don’t care,” she added. “I care a lot, but I’m not emotionally tied to that animal, so I don’t get cluttered in thought” (NYTimes.com, 2/17/12).

If you live in New York City, next time you visit the vet and see the tell-tale scratches of a cat owner, pass on the information and recommend the services of Catch Your Cat, Etc. You’ll reduce your stress as well as your cats, not to mention the saved time and bandages!

TAILS wants to know:  is there anything like this service where you live?

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