Information for vets

Refer a client to CAT-astrophes

As one of the UK’s leading cat behaviourists, you can be assured of a professional and reliable service for your clients. Kim is a member of and affiliated with the most prestigious animal organisations in the UK, as a cat behaviourist. She is a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC) and is also accredited through both the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) and the Animal Behaviour & Training Council (ABTC) as a Registered and Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist. Further afield, Kim has gained a Certified Cat Behaviourist status with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC).

If you are a veterinary surgeon and wish to refer a feline behaviour case that is under your care, you can either complete a veterinary referral form by clicking here and returning it back to Kim, along with a copy of the cat’s clinical history. Alternatively, email the following information directly to kim@cat-astrophes.com:

  • Referral letter with a brief description of the cat’s behaviour problems
  • A copy of the cat’s clinical history
  • Contact details of your client, including full address and home/mobile telephone numbers, email address, etc.

What happen’s next?

On receiving this information from you, we will contact your client and provide them with details of CAT-astrophes services and our costs. Kim conducts both home visit and remote consultations thought the UK, and also offers the later for those clients living abroad.

If you have any queries regarding a potential referral, then please do not hesitate to email, or call Kim on 07786 546260.

Cat-astrophes can also offer in-house feline behaviour courses, continued professional development, branded client fact sheets and advice on making your practice more feline behaviourally aware. For further information, please email or call for details.

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As a Feline Veterinary Practice we feel it is very important that cat owners always get the best advice . We ourselves feel competent to give all basic advice re behavioural issues but we often find that the problems can be complex and that for best help should be referred to Kim Houston at CAT-astrophes. She is very competent and caring and we would not consider referring our patients to any consultant other than Kim.

Vivien Davison BVMS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon , Exclusively Cats