Beverly Hills, CA, June 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Found Animals Foundation (www.foundanimals.org) has approached Rita Reimers, Founder and CEO of The Cat Analyst (www.thecatanalyst.com), to be their resident cat expert. One of Reimers main contributions will be to pen a cat-focused column for the Pet Club newsletter expected to debut June 29th, 2010.
“It has always been my goal to help as many cat owners as possible,” says Rita, who owns Cats 90210, a professional cat sitting service. “Writing for the Found Animals Pet Club allows me to reach more cat owners and help them to forage a deeper bond with their cats through greater understanding of their needs.”
You can meet Rita this Saturday, June 19th, 2010 at the Found Animals “Better with a Buddy” adoption event, which takes place simultaneously at 14 City and County animal care center locations from 9am to 2pm. Rita will be at the East Valley Care Center located at 14409 Vanowen Street in Van Nuys, from 11am – 2pm, where she’ll be offering advice and support to new and perspective cat parents.
To learn more about the “Better With A Buddy” Promotion, Adoption Event or Found Animals, please contact Michael Gilman at (310) 574-5792 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Cat Analyst and Cats 90210
Cats 90210 Professional Cat Sitters (www.cats90210.com) serves the Beverly Hills and West Los Angeles areas. The Cat Analyst (www.thecatanalyst.com) offers Feline Behavior Counseling Services both locally and nationwide. Both are owned by Rita Reimers, who is currently writing a book entitled “The L.U.C.K.Y. C.A.T. Approach to Deepening Your Bond with Your Cat.”
About Found Animals
Found Animals Foundation (www.foundanimals.org) is a privately funded Los Angeles-based non-profit organization dedicated to animal welfare issues and led by business and medical professionals. The Found Animals team works directly within the animal welfare community to improve animal shelter processes, fund pet sterilization research, promote effective animal welfare policy, and provide funding to area shelters and spay/neutering clinics. The organization also sponsors and promotes pet adoption, spay/neutering, micro-chipping programs, and various animal and pet-related events.