Vet referred cat behaviour consultant

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Silvia Prigitano – Head veterinary surgeon, Vets 4 Pets. St Albans.

I want to thank Anita Kelsey, cat behaviour consultant, who was suggested to me by another vet as a reliable cat behaviourist who is a member of the CFBA (Canine and Feline Behaviour Association)

I have been through a difficult situation with my cat Juice, a special needs cat.  He is a cat with aggression issues and I was on the edge of letting him go as I couldn’t handle him anymore.

Since I have contacted Anita the process had been very smooth. Within a couple of weeks we organised a home consultation and have been in weekly contact. She is currently helping me find him a new home for Juice.

I am  applying, on a daily basis, the suggestions Anita has given me to enrich Juice’s environment, to change his diet, medication and various other little things that will help to establish a better relationship with Juice.
I feel very satisfied about the experience because Anita is a very knowledgeable behaviourist, reliable, presentable and very kind (Think she has a feline soul).

The consultation comes at a fairly high cost but it has been worth it.

I will definitely suggest her cat behaviour consultation services to clients with cat behavioural issues. I am a veterinary surgeon myself and I have already referred her a case.

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Should you need a Vet referred cat behaviour consultant please ask your vet to refer your case to Anita via email on info@catbehaviourist.com or alternatively drop Anita a quick email outlining the issues you are currently having with your cat(s).

 

All enquiries welcome.

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About the Author

Anita

Anita Kelsey graduated from Middlesex University with a first class Honours degree (work based) in Feline Behaviour and Psychology. She runs a vet referral cat behaviour consultancy in Notting hill, London. Anita also trained in cat grooming at master level and is known for her valuable work with extremely aggressive cats. She is a regular contributor to Your Cat magazine, Cats Protection magazine and The Canine and Feline Behaviour Association of which she is a fully member. Anita is fully recognised, by pet insurance companies and veterinary practices, as an accredited qualified cat behaviour practitioner. Home visit consultations are offered in London and anywhere else in the UK.