Nurri Cat Cafe Tallinn – Revisit

Nurri Cat Cafe Tallinn – Revisit

I had such a great time at Nurri Kassikohvik in Tallinn last year that I decided to go back this year to give another lecture!

The owners Helen and JJ gave me and Taran the toddler a warm welcome as always. We ate super yummy pancakes and got to work!

I am currently training with the famous former police officer turned pet detective Kat Albrecht to be a Missing Animal Response Technician, so I gave a lecture on Lost Cat Recovery. I also threw in a short Pet CPR demo for good measure!

As you can see, the cat cafe’s cats were working very hard on ignoring my lecture, hahaha

Then we went on to do a cat CPR demo…


P.S. No cat is being harmed during the making of this CPR demo! DO NOT EVER USE A REAL CAT AS PRACTICE! 

And you can see these two little helpers learn very quickly and want to do some heart compression!

And the cafe cats continue to ignore my lecture…

I wish I remember to take a picture of the beautiful pancakes! We just dived in and demolished them! Highly recommend the pancakes if you ever visit Nurri Cat Cafe.

Due to popular request, I have also uploaded the PowerPoint for the lecture on SlideShare, you can have a look here.

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Nurri Kassikohvik


Your car is too hot!

Your car is too hot!

It’s that time of the year again!

Every year, there are so many tragic stories in the media about people leaving their dogs in their cars.

Yes, we are cat lovers, but we are animal lovers first and foremost. Cat Man has designed this poster to help educate the public to NEVER leave your dog (or cats if they are travelling with you) in the car, no matter how short a time and EVEN if you leave a gap at the window!

Even if you don’t have a dog, please download this poster and stick it to your car window.

Other drivers might see this postcard and change their mind about leaving their dogs behind. It might save lives! Our doggie friends will thank you for that!

The poster has been set up in a fool proof way that there is no need to adjust any setting with your printer. Just click the image below, click print, and it will come out.

It will take you a few minutes to do that, and it will save lives!

This is also a good time to think about if you know what to do if you see an animal suffering from heatstroke. They will need immediate vet attention. But before you can transport them to the vet, they could be in critical condition that need your immediate attention. Check out my upcoming Pet First Response workshop in Dublin, you will have confidence and knowledge to help your own pet or other animals on the street in case of emergency.

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