Cat Behaviour Explained

Advice & Support for Cat Behaviour Problems 

Clare Hemington - Accredited Cat Behaviourist

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Clare Hemington  DipCABT (QCF )

Cat Behaviourist & Owner of Clare's Cat Care

Are you living with a cat behaviour problem such as an aggressive cat? An anxious cat? A cat that is urinating in the house? Or perhaps you have cats fighting with each other because they just don't get on.

 

All of these and any other behaviour problem can be very distressing for both cat and owner alike...

...My aim is to help owners who are experiencing cat behaviour problems by giving them practical advice from a trained professional in a supportive and understanding way.

 

Clare's Cat Care is one of the very few accredited pet behaviour practices in the UK which is entirely dedicated to cats.

 

My services include consultations which take place in the cat's home as well as telephone consultations UK-wide and you can find more details of these services on the Cat Behaviour Advice page.

 

There's also some general advice which you might find helpful on the Free Behaviour Guides  and

Cat Products pages of this site which I'll be adding to regularly, so please keep coming back!

 

I look forward to helping you and your cats.

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"Your input was invaluable in giving us the confidence to make progress"  S & R Turner

 

 

"Everyone at the veterinary practice where I work was very interested in reading your report especially as they thought the problem couldn´t be fixed!  Thank you very much for your help and advice, it´s made a huge difference." A. Bird

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The University of Edinburgh (UK) is looking for cat owners  (especially those owning pedigree cats) to complete an online survey relating to the general health and lifestyle of cats. It also includes questions on your thoughts about different breeds of cats and their risk of developing illness. Click here for the Survey.

 

Thank you so much!