Behavior/Training Calls

Kiki started out as a biter in our local cat shelter. She is easily overstimulated and so I trained her to do tricks for treats. She is now happily living in a home.

Behavior Call

Do you have questions about a minor problem, such as how to stop your cat from chewing objects, scratching furniture, jumping on you, or eating your plants? My Behavior Calls include:

  • Review of paperwork
  • 60-minute virtual (Zoom) call
  • Short list of recommendations and resources
  • Behavior plan summary for your vet

All of my paid services come with a subscription to the AHC e-newsletter and an invitation to the AHC social club after your service has been completed and your feedback has been received.


Training Call

Do you want support for basic care, carrier usage, manners, or agility? My Training Calls include:

  • Review of paperwork
  • 60-minute virtual (Zoom) call
  • Instructions
  • Demos
  • Opportunity to practice

All of my paid services come with a subscription to the AHC e-newsletter and an invitation to the AHC social club after your service has been completed and your feedback has been received.


FAQ

Why should I hire you?

I work exclusively with cats, am enrolled in a cat behavior certification program, offer installment plans and low-cost alternatives for cat owners with a tight budget, provide an option of virtual or in-person (if you’re in my local area), have access to other cat behavior consultants for additional support, and offer guidance beyond a behavior plan via my check-ins.

Do you guarantee your services?

My consultations use research-based methods, but the success of a case depends on numerous factors, and sometimes a home will not be the right fit for the cat. I do guarantee that after we’re finished working together, you’ll have a better understanding of your cat’s behavior, and we’ll have reached a resolution.

Why do I have to fill out a Questionnaire?

Just like doctors and veterinarians will ask you to fill out a questionnaire before they will see you, I also need information about your cat before I can proceed. The Questionnaire will provide me with a more complete picture by asking about your cat’s background, personality, environment, behavior history, enrichment, and more.

Why should I train my cats?

Training helps prevent unwanted behaviors and encourages desired behaviors. It also provides your cat with mental and physical enrichment, which is good for their over all health. Training improves your ability to communicate with your cat, which can help create a more satisfying relationship with your cat. Last but not least, training can be fun!

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