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 what to do when cats are biting or 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.

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

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.

Click the picture below to hear me talking about stress in cats

"Thanks to Vicky, our problem has been solved, our cats are back to normal, and everyone is happier."

"I found Vicky Halls to be an expert, calm and reassuring voice when I couldn't seem to find any other answers..."

Below: Vicky lectures at a cat symposium in the Netherlands


Latest book: Caring for an elderly cat

Caring for an elderly cat has been written as an information source for all of those working with, and caring for, elderly cats. The first two sections of the book discuss the changes that commonly occur in a cat’s behaviour and health as they age with advice and tips on maintaining quality of life and well-being. The third section focusses on diagnosis and successful management of common old cat illnesses such as chronic kidney disease, hyperthyroidism and diabetes more...

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

  • Furry babies or felines - do we really know our cats?
  • Square cat, round house - is your environment suitable for your cat?
  • Can a pet really ruin a relationship?
  • The feline fun factor - does play matter?

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