Cat Behaviour Enquiries
Clare Hemington has worked in the field of cat behaviour for fourteen years. She is an accredited Cat Behaviourist and respected member of the COAPE Association of Pet Behaviourists and Trainers.
Clare believes that understanding cat behaviour is key to their overall welfare. Through consultation and education her aim is to share information with owners that enables them to give their cat a life that is as happy as it possibly can be.
Clare also writes about Cat Behaviour for Your Cat Magazine and for the Happy Cat Site. You will also find lots of information about cat behaviour on Clare’s blog The Curious Cat.
Clare no longer conducts consultations with owners in their homes, but is able to offer advice via phone, Zoom or Skype and email
This type of consultation is usually more suited to those owners seeking more general advice on subjects such as:
Cats that scratch furniture
Introducing cats for the first time
How to introduce a cat and dog
Advice on buying a cat or kitten
What to do if you have a missing cat
Advice relating to stray and feral cats
General environmental enrichment
These Consultations are charged at £65 and last approximately 1 hour. Any follow-up is charged at £25 for each subsequent thirty-minute consultation. Email consultations are charged at £25 for each email containing in-depth advice. There may be an additional charge for clients outside of the UK to cover any transaction and currency conversion fees. Please email email@example.com for further information.
However, the majority of cat behaviour issues will require a Behaviourist to visit you in your home.
This is so that they can assess at first hand your cat’s environment; his relationships and interactions with your other cats and with the members of the household, as well as the resources available to him. They will also be able to find out more about your cat’s temperament, background and medical history. All this information will help them to establish possible motivations for the behaviour and create strategies to address it.
Here are links to the to the four main UK Behaviourist associations from which you will be able to find a fully accredited behaviourist who will be able to offer help: