** UPDATE **
Due to Pam’s lecture schedule, she is no longer accepting clients for private behavior consultations. If you’re experiencing a behavior problem with your cat, please contact your veterinarian. It’s important that any underlying medical causes be ruled out. Your veterinarian may then provide a referral to a qualified behavior professional in your area.
If you need a consultation with a behavior professional, Pam recommends that you contact a veterinary behaviorist. For more information about locating a veterinary behaviorist near you visit the website of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists at dacvb.org. On their site you can find the member directory in order to locate a professional closest to you. Veterinary Behaviorists are veterinarians who have achieved board-certification in the specialty of veterinary behavior.
You can also find comprehensive information on cat behavior in the books written by best-selling author Pam Johnson-Bennett, including the most recent release CatWise. Pam’s books are available at bookstores everyone, through your favorite online book retailer and here at our website.
NOTE: Pam is unable to respond to comments. Our office is also unable to answer emails about your cat’s behavior. Please do not email our office for free behavior advice. If you’re experiencing a problem with your cat’s behavior, contact your veterinarian first because there may be underlying medical cause.