Cats are one of the most popular pets for their ability fit in with the busy urban or country lifestyle.


Most of the time they will be fantastic companions but on occasions you may encounter a flare up of behaviour that you find unacceptable. Please contact me if you are finding your cat displaying any of the behaviours below.


Some common issues:

  • House soiling or spraying

  • Aggression

  • Over grooming

  • General anxiety disorders

  • Socialisation issues between multi-cat households

  • Scratching furniture 

  • Cognitive dysfunction


Step 1, Initial contact

You can make initial contact via phone or email to discuss the type of problem you are experiencing and when you would like to arrange a booking. Please understand that I do not give advice over the phone.

Step 2, Fact finding

As a clinical animal behaviourist I require direct referral from your veterinary surgeon.  This means completing some paperwork and agreeing to sharing your cats clinical history. A health check may be needed if your pet has not been seen in the last months or so. This is to ensure that your pet is healthy and to rule out any medical issues that may be causing behaviour problems. If your pet is suffering from any medical issues I can take this into account when designing a behaviour plan.

I will send out a questionnaire to gather as much information about your pet and lifestyle before the consultation. You will also be asked to record a diary of your pets behaviour. 

Step 3, Behaviour consultation


This is a home visit that lasts approximately 1.5 hours. We will discuss the problem in detail specifically why the problem started and how it is being maintained. We will then design a plan to modify your pets behaviour and start to implement during this session. 

Step 4, Aftercare

You will be sent a report reiterating what we discussed during the consultation, your vet will also be sent a summary report. You will receive 3 months support via phone or email, consisting of once a week catch ups to check you are on target with the plan and give you some moral support during this period. 

What does this cost? 

The package listed above costs £160.00 this includes:

  • Contact with your vet

  • Assessing medical records and questionnaire 

  • 1.5 hour home visit

  • Tailor made behaviour plan

  • Summary plan to your vet

  • Invoice for your insurance company and contact if you are making a claim

  • 3 months support with weekly/monthly phone or email contact

If you are unsure about booking a consultation I can offer a 30 minute phone call £30.00 for basic advise. This will come off the price of a consultation should you wish to progress with a booking.


If you think you require more support then I can tailor make a package specifically for you.


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