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Behaviour Consultations ...

As a cat ‘psychologist’ and cat behaviourist, my Behaviour Consultations provide practical tailored advice and support to help you understand, manage and change your cat’s unwanted behaviour whilst helping them to thrive and have the best possible kitty life.


Has your cat’s behaviour changed or become difficult to live with?  Are you worried your cat’s behaviour might mean they’re unhappy or distressed?  Has someone suggested getting help from a cat behaviourist? 


Have you tried various things to help with the situation, but they haven’t worked, and you’re now stressed, frustrated, out of ideas and unsure what to do?  Whatever your concern, I’m here to help.


Cat behaviour concerns are different for each cat so consultations can help with a range of different behaviours but should be right for you if …


  • Your cat has stopped using their litter tray or they do so randomly.

  • You have more than one cat and they’re fighting?

  • Your cat is fighting with other cats in the neighbourhood?

  • You’ve got a new dog and your cat is scared and refusing to come in the house?

  • Your cat is swiping or trying to bite you, other members of the family or visitors?

  • Your cat has started ‘spraying’ or marking in the home.

  • Your cat is grooming excessively.


Sometimes a cat’s behaviour can be related to something medical or because they’re in pain, so consultations are done on referral from your vet to help ensure any medical issues are identified and treated.


Here’s what’s included:


  • A detailed review of all the background information (e.g. history form, videos, diary etc.).

  • A 2/2.5 hour consultation – either in person in your home or via video call.

  • A detailed discussion of all aspects of the behaviour and situation to ‘unpick’ what’s going on.

  • A detailed assessment to help you understand your cat’s behaviour.

  • A personalised plan that we create together that reflects you, your cat and your situation.

  • An action plan that guides you through what to do, ‘step-by-step’, to help your cat.

  • Liaison with your vet (e.g. to arrange the referral, update them on the plan etc.).

  • Follow-up support (via video calls, phone, WhatsApp or email) for 4 months. 

  • Reduced stress for you knowing you’re doing everything you can to help your cat.

If you need help and would like to book, get in touch to give me an overview of your situation and I’ll guide you through the process.

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Investment = £250.00 (remote via video).


Investment = £325.00 (in-person + mileage).

If you have pet insurance, you should be able to reclaim the fee if your cover includes behaviour work – best to check with your insurer to be on the safe side.

If you’d like to chat first before booking, get in touch to arrange a free, no obligation, 15-minute initial call.

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