Cat Behavior Consults
Alana Stevenson provides in-home and video cat behavior consults. She locally services greater Boston, Massachusetts and the Burlington, Vermont area. Alana provides cat behavior video consults internationally by Facetime and Skype. Cat behavior consults help you resolve, manage, and prevent common feline behavior problems such as failure to use the litter box, fighting between cats, play-biting and play aggression, and fear of strangers. There is help for you and your cat.
Alana’s cat behavior consults can help with
- Petting aggression
- Biting and scratching
- Dislike of handling
- Feline Aggression
- Anxiety and phobias
- Fear of the carrier
- Introducing your cat to other cats and animals
- Scratching on furniture
- Inter-cat aggression
- Socializing feral cats
- Not using the litter box
- Introducing your cat to a baby
Before the cat behavior consult, Alana will send you a questionnaire to fill out on your cat so she can get a background and history. She provides you with the basic information you need to resolve feline behavior problems humanely, using principles and techniques based in science and psychology. Alana teaches you how to manage the feline environment and to implement behavior modification correctly so your cat can be successful.
Cat behavior consults are about three hours. If more time is needed than the time designated for an appointment, a follow-up appointment can be scheduled. Follow-up feline behavior consults are about one hour and usually provided by Skype or Facetime. Feline behavior consults are scheduled by appointment. Deposits are required to hold appointment times and are nonrefundable. Video consults by Skype and Facetime are prepaid upon scheduling.
Learn more about Humane Feline Handling. For CEU’s take her webinars at Low Stress Handling University. Watch Alana’s video on Animal Wellness on how to pick up and carry cats who don’t like handling.