Kim Houston BSc (Hons), Dip (AS) CABC, CCAB is an expert in feline behaviour and is one of the UK’s leading Cat Behaviourists.
If you want a happy, content, and problem-free cat, then contact Kim for a consultation today.
Most major pet insurance companies will cover the cost of behaviour consultations because of Kim’s qualifications.
Kim has helped 100s clients throughout the UK, USA, Europe, and beyond.
Don’t just take our word for it. Check out the many of CAT-astrophes happy clients (both cat and human!) on our testimonial page.
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CAT-astrophes will help you understand why your cat is displaying unwanted behaviours and will then work with you, using gentle and positive techniques, to take steps to address the problems. Most unwanted or inappropriate behaviours can be modified or eliminated using the correct methods.
Feline Behaviour Expert
CAT-astrophes is run by Kim Houston, an expert in cat behaviour. Kim is a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CCAB), and a Full Member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC).
Why choose us
CAT-astrophes is a cat-only behaviour consultancy, which has been in operation for over 15 years. We consult with clients throughout the UK and worldwide, helping resolve cat behaviour problems by taking a holistic, positive and education-based approach.
We understand that it is totally upsetting when a cat develops unwanted behaviours and it is often difficult for you, the owner, to understand why this might be happening. The consequences of this can be disruptive, very distressing, and the difficult decision to part with your beloved cat may often be considered the only option. This need not be the case if you seek the help and support of a qualified and experienced Feline Behaviour Consultant.
The aim of CAT-astrophes is to restore harmony between you, your cat, and its environment. If your cat has a behaviour problem that you would like to discuss, please call Kim on 07786 546260 or email email@example.com.
Behaviour consultations take place only by veterinary referral. This is to ensure that there are no underlying medical issues that might be causing or contributing to the behaviour problem.
Consultations can either take place via a home visit, or remotely using Skype or Zoom. Consultations usually last about two hours during which time the cat’s history will be explored in greater depth, and the problem behaviour is assessed. At the end of the consultation, a diagnosis is made and the motivation for the behaviour explained.
This will be followed up with an extensive and in-depth behaviour modification plan to eradicate problem behaviours and help your cat to become happy and problem-free.
If your cat is insured you may wish to check your insurance policy as many pet insurance companies will pay for behaviour consultations if carried out by a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CCAB), or a full member of the APBC.