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Cat Behaviour Help

Cats are very sensitive creatures and can behave in the oddest ways for no apparent reason.

However, please don't be afraid or embarrassed to talk about your cat's problems - you are not alone. Many people suffer the agony of constantly cleaning up after their cat's inappropriate toileting or are constantly woken up by their cat's night-time wandering. And it can also be very worrying when your loving cat suddenly turns against you and bites - for no apparent reason.

It is important to always discount any clinical abnormality which may be causing your cat to behave in such a way, so please speak with your vet about the problem and ask them to fill in this referral form, and then phone us to arrange a consultation. A behaviour therapy session will last about 2 hours and we only do hoome consultations. Please call or email us for more information on Cat Behaviour Therapy.

For cat behaviour problems from house training or litter training, to aggression and fear, there will no doubt be something troubling your cat's mind. Various remedies and actions are available to help stop your cat using the house as a toilet or waking you up at 4am.

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IV24 and nearby : please contact Pawsability

Edinburgh, and nearby, please look at www.animalbehaviourservice.co.uk.

Airdrie www.petbehaviourscotland.co.uk

UK : Kathie Gregory of Pet Perfect 01769 550318 is happy to help cats all over the UK, including via phone consultation

Suffolk, and UK : Debbie Ottway or www.catbehave.co.uk is happy to help cats in the Suffold area and via phone consultations.

Or, please look at www.capbt.org to find a behaviourist closer to your home,

or please look at www.vickyhalls.net

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