Cat Behavior

We Know All About Cat Behavior Problems!

Are you experiencing tensions between your cats?  Does your cat have issues with using their litter box consistently?  Need help introducing a new pet? Rely on our cat experts for lasting change.

We offer positive cat training and behavior modification for all cat behavior issues. By encouraging healthy interactions, structured play time, and consistent routines we can get your cat’s behavior back on track.  We will do a thorough evaluation of your cat’s issues during our consultation since many cat behavior issues are multi-factorial.  We need to address all the issues that may be contributing to your cat’s behavior to ensure success. 

Cat Friendly Approach, Trust Building, Cat Enrichment  

We will show you how to resolve cat behavior problems and issues using positive, cat-friendly and trust- building techniques.   Our cat training and behavior modification methods have successfully resolved thousands of difficult cat behavior problems over the years.  We solve litter box problems, territorial spraying, feline rivalry, destructive behavior, as well as a variety of aggressive cat issues.

We also help cats adapt to a new home, new baby, or other changes in family dynamics, easing the transition and focusing on ways to reduce stress. Our focus is on positive behavior change while improving your relationship with your cat.

Resolving Cat Behavior Problems

  • Introducing a New Cat
  • Feline Rivalry
  • Destructive Behavior
  • Fears and Anxiety
  • Inappropriate Elimination
  • Territorial Spraying
  • Excessive Grooming
  • Excessive Vocalizing
  • Pica and OCD Behaviors

Take the next step to getting your cat on the way to lasting behavior change while improving your relationship.  Contact us or go to our scheduling page to see our consultation options.

Need more info?  Read about choosing a Feline Behaviorist.

“We seem to have our cats back. They have both been out and about and Java is no longer hiding. We never had to isolate Mocha. Below is a photo of them both sitting out on the couch and chair. We left this morning to take care of the grandchildren for the weekend. They were grooming each other when we left.”
-Bernice, Bethesda, MD

Ravi Nair - Alexandria VA

“Thank you so much for your support with the boys. I was worried that I would have to give one of them up but I don’t think that will be the case. They can tolerate each other and I think that they may grow a tiny bit closer over time.”
– Ravi, Alexandria VA