Have you ever wondered what a cat is telling you when she wags her tail? Have you ever been curious about famous cats in art? Or how about how cat breeds developed? These questions and more are answered in a unique curriculum of cat study sponsored by CatChannel.com and Eukanuba.

Cat College is a curriculum of nine classes that will give you the foundation for understanding and caring for your cats. There are three core courses in nutrition, biology and physical education. The cat-lectives are genetics, art history, sociology, language, psychology and zoology. The courses are all conducted online between December 1 and February 28 and taught by noted cat professionals. For example, Marilyn Krieger is a certified cat behavior consultant, owner of The Cat Coach and advice expert for CatChannel.com and CAT FANCY. Sandy Robins is an award-winning pet-lifestyle expert who appears regularly on TV, radio and in international publications.

Each course consists of a video lecture, a reading assignment and a quiz. But it is not too late to jump in. I registered this weekend for the courses. Because they are self-paced, there is still time to complete the courses before the end of February. There is even a cat study group!

Cat students can earn honors (and a Cat College Magna Felis Laude diploma!) by completing all nine courses with 90% or higher on each quiz. Someone will be valedictorian. Graduates who complete three core class and three cat-lectives and earn a passing score of 60% or higher on each quiz can also download and personalize a 2010 Cat College diploma. For complete information visit Cat College

I plan to complete some classes this week. It will fun to be on the other side of the fence for a change! Let me know if you decide to join–it’s free! Maybe I will see you in Cat Study Hall!!

Bountiful Blessings!