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Single Behavior Consultation

Our Behavior Consultation is the purr-fect choice for families struggling to understand and work with their cat's behavior. Together, we will dive into the root cause of your cat's behavior and create a plan that will help you get started your cat on the right path.

COST: $100 Virtual OR $150 IN HOME
("in home" services available ONLY if within our service area)

Our single behavior consultation includes:

  • ​ (1) 1 1/2 hour Initial behavior consultation ( via ZOOM OR IN HOME if you are in our service area)        

    • During the initial session we assess the behavior and discuss the best methods to work with the behavior

  •  Personalized behavior plan with accompanying links to resources

  •  Client exclusive handouts

  •  One on one support via email for 30 days

    How it works: 

  1. Schedule your initial consultation below. Once you select the town you reside in, our booking system will determine if "in home" or "virtual" services are available to you and provide you with the appropriate calendar to book your first session.

  2. Complete your cat's admission form (this will be sent to you via email immediately after booking) ​

  3. We'll meet you via ZOOM or in home for your behavior consultation where we will assess your cat's behavior and work with you to outline the first steps in your cat's behavior plan. Payment is due by the end of our session. 

Please note: This is a single appointment. While we will do our best to provide you with an initial assessment and starter plan to begin your journey, we cannot guarantee results from a single appointment. Behavior modification is a process and for that reason we highly recommend a behavior consultation package for inter-cat conflict, new cat introductions, aggression, litter box behaviors and other complex/long term behaviors.



*IMPORTANT: Behaviors such as house soiling, inter-cat conflict and aggression may be a result of underlying medical issues. Even if your cat seems healthy, they could be exhibiting these behaviors due to underlying pain or illness. In situations in which we deem a cat should be evaluated by a qualified veterinary professional, we may request you to see your veterinarian prior to a consultation or refer you to a qualified veterinary behaviorist for the best outcome for you and your cat. *

a cat scratching the couch

Furniture Scratching

cat biting hand

Petting Aggression

cat in litter box

House Soiling

cat fighting another cat

Inter-cat Aggression

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