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|Comment||Thank you! Recently I succeeded in feeding the cat-by that I mean he's finally eating as I leave the food, which may help him recognize and trust me-so hopefully he'll come to me soon. I'll try to find local animal shelters just in case. Again, thank you!|
I have experience dealing with different cat behavior signs, including separation anxiety, possible aggression and the difference between fear aggression and actual aggression, this would include possible feral cats. I also am familiar with the several different approaches to introducing a new cat to the environment as well as how each cat or cat and dog and live comfortable and dealing with litter box issues and help you decide if the problem is medical or behavioral.
My experience began with my own cats and escalated while working with area animal shelters for the past 10 years. I was able to watch and learn how the cats would react to different stimulus and each other. My experience grew during college and became able to distinguish between medical and behavior issues.
"Pawfect Pets," a weekly column in my local newspaper with pet health and behavior and training tips.
I graduated with an Associate's in Veterinary Technology in 2009 and became RVT in the state of Iowa in 2012 with a focus on Behavior.