Vicky Halls Cat Behaviour Counsellor

Are you an owner who has concerns about a cat behaviour problem? For example, you might be experiencing a cat urinating in the house, or want to know how to stop a cat biting, or how to stop cats fighting. If so, I am here to help.

I offer two types of consultation which means I can cater for different complexities of problem and different budgets.

By visiting my Consultations page you can find out how to arrange for myself to come and visit you and your cat in your home to carry out a full assessment and create a tailor-made behaviour modification programme specifically designed to treat your cat. Or you might simply want some advice
over the telephone, in which case I can arrange for you to have a personal telephone consultation with me

If you would simply like to understand more about your cat's behaviour, there is a wealth of information and help available to you through this web site:

For general advice you might want to read one of my Cat Behaviour Books. Or for answers to common cat behaviour problems please visit my Feline FAQs & Free Guides page.

NB: If your family feline is displaying strange cat behaviour please contact us in the first instance.

Understanding cat behaviour will help you and your cat have a better relationship. Follow some real case studies in my award winning Books

Keep up to date with latest cat news and advice direct from my Mog Blog

Got a question? My Feline FAQs and Free Guides page answers some of the most commonly asked questions and gives you access to some great advice in my free cat behaviour guides.


This Week's Tip: Things important to your cat are called ‘resources’ – they are food bowls, water bowls, beds, litter trays, scratching posts, toys, somewhere to hide and high places to sit and watch the world go by. Keep competition down in multi-cat households by making sure there are plentiful resources for all concerned. A useful formula is “one resource per cat, plus one extra, positioned in different locations”

Below: Vicky lectures at a cat symposium in the Netherlands


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The following free guides are now available to download on my Feline FAQs & Guides page:


Free advice also available on our Blog!

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