Cat and Kitten advice
Some cat and kitten behaviours that are viewed as problematic can often be amended by making some environmental changes. It’s also imperative that our cat’s essential ‘catness’ is understood and we can provide guidance on their natural behaviours.
Prevention is always better than cure. Our advice sessions can help to boost a cat’s emotional resilience and prevent problem behaviours from happening later on.
We can give guidance on
- Litter boxes and avoiding problems
- Equipment and toys to purchase (there’s a lot of products on the market that a cat will egnore!)
- Weight management
- Avoiding begging and over vocalisation
- How to introduce puzzle feeders
- Socialising and habituating your kitten to our human orientated world
- Carrier training tips
We’re here to provide a learning envrionment where you can ask questions and set your new kitten up for success
- 2 hour advice session
- Initial consultation 1 hour
- Written worksheets and guides
- Skype, Microsoft Teams or Video conference or home visit (dependent on Covid restrictions)
- Flexible times available
- You can contact Lisa between sessions for support and help and monitor progress
- Explanation report of cat ethology and your cats behaviour
Why choose Lisa?
- Completed courses with Cats Protection
- Completed International Cat Care’s ‘Getting to know your cat’ course
- Studying a Postgraduate Professional Development Programme with the University of Edinburgh Royal Vet College in Clinical Animal Behaviour
Steps prior to the consultation
Cats are masters at hiding pain therefore it’s imperative that they are seen by a vet first to rule out any medical diagnosis that a behaviour plan could not help with.
Testimonials coming soon