Introduction to Cat Behaviour Problems
This is a pretty big topic and I don't claim to be an expert in the field. There are animal behaviour experts throughout the world to whom your vet can refer you should you have a problem.
There are a lot of good pages contained within this section. Many of the articles come from an Animal Behaviour Conference held in Australia in 1999, sponsored by Pfizer (the makers of Clomicalm).
Other articles have been collected over the years from various sources, including Dr Roger Mugford, Dr Robert Holmes and Dr Kim Kendaell. After reading some pages, you may start to hear the same ideas being said over and over again by different authors.
My personal friend is Dr Roger Mugford who practices in Chertsey, Surrey, England. I first met him in 1983 when working at West Byfleet. Dr Mugford has gone from strength to strength over the years. He even has to treat the Queen's corgis who are a bit mischievous sometimes. Roger invented the Kongs and Halti collars you see world wide. His business is called the Company of Animals.
For those of you lucky enough to reside in Australia, Dr Robert Holmes is available for consultations on animal behaviour problems. His business is called Animal Behaviour Clinics.
35 Sunnyside Avenue
CAMBERWELL VIC 3124
Cat owners need look no further than Dr Kim Kendall who owns the East Chatswood Cat Clinic in Sydney
329 Penshurst St. Willoughby NSW 2068
Ph 02 9417 6613 (24 hours)