February 8: Schedule with Harvard-trained, cat behaviorist and author, Mieshelle Nagelschneider, C.A.T. Counselor at The Cat Behavior Clinic. Think you’ve tried everything? We’re pretty sure you haven’t.
Recipient of the Golden Purr Award, Contributing and seen in the New York Times, The Today Show, Nat Geo Wild, National Geographic, Animal Planet, NBC Dateline, Arm & Hammer, Animal Rescue Site, Free Kibble Kat, Salon.com, Martha Stewart Radio, Whiskas, USA Today, Real Simple Magazine, Cat Fancy Magazine, Feline Wellness Magazine, Advisory Council Pet360.com, This Wild Life, Divine Cat, The Cat Channel, Modern Cat magazine, Pets Magazine, The Circle, New Republic, The Sunrise Show,Yahoo.com, Herald Sun, Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, and T.V. show House. Also, published in 3 languages, Mieshelle is the author of the only scholarly-cited cat behavior book for cat owners that addresses cat behavior issues.
Schedule a phone or video Skype consultation with author, worldwide behavior lecturer, and Harvard-trained cat behaviorist, Mieshelle Nagelschneider, C.A.T. Counselor, to solve your cat’s behavior issue(s) while taking part in our behavior studies to help cats everywhere. Read over 100 hundred client testimonials.
Are you ready to give your cat and yourself the ultimate gift of happiness and mutual regard? Have you run out of ideas, or hope, and you’re at your wit’s end? Do you think you’ve tried everything?
We’re actually very certain you haven’t.
Helping cat owners for over two decades solving “unfixable” behavior issues, cat behaviorist Nagelschneider goes beyond the obvious facts about cat behavior and offers intelligent solutions to solve your cat’s behavior issues. Her most recent study of animal behavior was at Harvard University and she is world-renowned for her global leadership in cat behavior education and crossing the conventional boundaries of the cat behavior specialty. Read over 100 hundred cat behaviorist client testimonials.
Featured in The New York Times, Mieshelle Nagelschneider, author of THE CAT WHISPERER (with co-author Cameron Powell), Random House — Learn more about the Group Scent Technique by ordering the book!
The Today Show Cat Whisperer Segment with Mieshelle Nagelschneider, Hoda, and Dean Cain 2013
***Exciting news for 2015! If you schedule this month with Mieshelle or Dr. Shultz you can be part of our feline social facilitation survey study to not only help your cats, but change cats’ lives everywhere.***
“The reason people are so mesmerized by house cats is because they are truly miniature versions of lions, tigers, and leopards. Mieshelle explains in an unprecedented and a most accessible way, the behavior of the house cat, with her unique insight into the often misunderstood companion animal that is as wild as we have become civilized.” Jordan Carlton Schaul, PhD — Contributing Editor, National Geographic Society and Curator, Orange County Zoo Love is born of mystery, and our cats are mysterious and loved in equal measure. But sometimes the greatest blessing of all is a bit of light thrown into a dark place. Mieshelle Nagelschneider holds that light. Allow her to share it with you.”– Gwen Cooper Author, Homer’s Odyssey: A Fearless Feline Tale, of Life With a Blind Wonder Cat (Random House), New York, NY
Veterinarian: “Over the course of many years, Mieshelle has developed and refined her unique ability to think like a cat. On numerous occasions I have witnessed the life-changing benefits Mieshelle’s techniques can bring to cats and their sometimes very frustrated owners.” – Veterinarian, Dr. James R. Shultz DVM
Veterinarian Referral from Dr. Lisa Berger DVM: “Despite all the disruptions, there have been no incidents of urination on the bed or the couch, and neither have been covered by plastic all week!” – Juanita Heimann Portland, Oregon
“Literally our problem seems to be solved ‘overnight’ and we are very optimistic that this will stay: we even see her using the cat litter box; she buries her urine, and seems to be very comfortable. This is unbelievable, Mieshelle. We are very thankful for your precious help and knowledge.” – Best regards, Andrea & David M. Montezuma, IA
You have the African wildcat, your domestic cat’s ancestor, to thank for many of your cat’s “unwanted” behaviors. Learn more about this during your consultation to better understand and help your cat.
With Mieshelle’s recent wildcat expeditions around the globe (most recently Costa Rica with a team of biologists) she can go beyond the obvious facts and gives intelligent solutions to solve perplexing behavior issues. Mieshelle is here to solve your cat’s behavior issue(s). Like it or not, working with a cat behaviorist that is not only certified, but has formal education and experiential work in cat behavior is vital in solving any cat behavior issue (The Cat Behavior Clinic has all of these). Without a behavior plan that’s carefully created drawing from current research on cat behavior to appropriately address all the critical components and factors of a presenting behavior, is like trying to conduct a symphony without sight or sound. Behavior plans that completely eliminate a cat behavior issue are not one-size-fits-all, which is why we are here for additional correspondence (phone follow-up consults) after your consultation should any changes or additions need applied to your cat’s behavior plan. Cats are not all the same and can respond differently to various techniques and a behavior plan should respond and reflect your cat’s uniqueness.
At The Cat Behavior Clinic we have a licensed veterinarian and a cat behaviorist with formal study in cat behavior that take the time to practice responsible and ethical behavior care for cats. We offer two phone or Skype video consultation appointments to provide you and your cat(s) an effective and all-encompassing behavior plan. Dedicated to the study of cat behavior (especially the African wildcat and animal cognition), The Cat Behavior Clinic conducts behavior studies as part of many of our behavior consultations. This invaluable information benefits not only the consulting cat and owner, but also the lives of cats everywhere. Mieshelle has studied feline and animal behavior for 20 years, conducted behavior studies, and most recent study of animal behavior was at Harvard University. She travels worldwide to lecture on cat behavior (most recently as the keynote speaker for the Humane Society and SPCA in Toronto, Canada behavior convention 2014) and in addition to working with the Animal Welfare League internationally, has authored a scholarly cited and science-based cat behavior book (Random House Publishing) with the latest strategies to help cats — as opposed to other cat behavior books filled with obsolete and incomplete advice you can easily find on the internet.
In addition to behavior lectures for the Humane Society and SPCA, Mieshelle was the International Cat Behavior Expert for Whiskas on their international cat behavior media tour where she educated cat owners on the latest research in cat behavior to better understand and help their cats. She has guest starred as “The Cat Whisperer” on Animal Planet, the behaviorist and co-creator for a National Geographic Wild documentary, “The Wild Side of Cats”, MTV, made numerous guest television appearances on shows like The Today Show, The Circle, The Sunrise Show, FOX, upcoming NBC Dateline, and countless other radio shows and media interviews across the country and internationally. She has been vet-referred since 1999 and has performed thousands of consultations in-person, by phone and email. She is also a long time member of the Animal Behavior Society, Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, member and past associate Certified Cat Behavior Consultant of The International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, Professional member of the Association of Animal Behavior Professionals, and “Guardian Angel” for special emotional and physical special needs cats at Best Friend’s Animal Society.
Mieshelle can solve your cat’s behavior issues with a behavior plan designed for your cat(s) that include the latest scientific research and advanced techniques that have helped thousands of cats and their owners. Litter box elimination issues, urine marking, excessive meowing, inter-cat social and aggression issues, are her specialty. Mieshelle is also known for solving behavior issues that are deemed “unfixable”. As a responsible behaviorist for your cat, Mieshelle has on staff a licensed veterinarian for consultations that should be conducted with a veterinarian. Through our science-based Cat Whisperer® feline consulting services (which includes the Nagelschneider Method for feline social facilitation), we have more experience in solving unwanted cat behaviors, with more cats, than anyone in North America — and probably the world. And that’s no fluff. But don’t take our word for it. The Cat Behavior Clinic has more testimonials than any other behaviorist or cat clinic since 1999. See what people just like you have said about us.
Customized behavior plans: Mieshelle’s most recent study of animal behavior was at Harvard University with a focus on animal cognition. Best of all, the Clinic has exclusive rights to Mieshelle Nagelschneider’s proprietary, easy-to-implement C.A.T. Plan™ positive behavior modification, the most effective, comprehensive, and up-to-date system for curing any cat behavior problem. Because every cat and environment is different, the plan allows for customized behavior techniques and environmental changes when needed – because cat behavior is not one-size-fits all. Mieshelle has spent 20 years developing a method so effective that when clients follow it, their success rate is well over 90% (even higher for the most common issues)!
Are your cats not getting along? The Nagelschneider Method (based on social facilitation) is just one of the many breakthrough techniques you will find only at The Clinic! Her expertise has been sought out by and featured multiple times on Animal Planet, Whiskas, The Today Show, Cat Fancy Magazine, USA Today, Martha Stewart Radio, This Wild life, New Republic, The Divine Cat, Real Simple Magazine, Salon.com’s “The Cat Whisperer”, CatChannel.com, PawNation, The Daily Cat, and countless others (nationally and internationally). She also serves on the advisory council for Pet360, and is the cat behavior columnist for Cat Whispering 101 on the animalrescuesite.org. She was recently featured in The New York Times and on her cat whispering segment on The Today Show with Dean Cain and Hoda!