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Acclaimed Feline Behavior Science Author and Certified Cat Behaviorist Has More Clients Purring Than Anyone.

Harvard University-trained, cat behaviorist Mieshelle Nagelschneider provides cat owners and veterinarians behavior plans and guidance based on feline evolutionary biology. She has been helping cat owners for over two decades solving “unfixable” behavior issues by going beyond the obvious facts about cat behavior and offering intelligent and proven solutions to solve your cat’s behavior issues. She is world-renowned for her global leadership in cat behavior education and crossing the conventional boundaries of the cat behavior specialty. In addition to our certified cat behavior counselor who conducts consults remotely worldwide, the veterinarian conducts consultations locally in the cat's environment.

READ ABOUT: Mieshelle's Education, Acclaimed Feline Behaviorial Science Book, Lectures, Media, Spokesperson, and Welfarist International work.

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Certified Cat Behaviorist and Author Mieshelle Nagelschneider – Pioneer of The Cat Behavior Specialty Since 1999.

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Harvard University was Mieshelle Nagleschneider’s most recent study of animal behavior.  With over 40,000 hours of conducting feline consultations, she is considered the pioneer of the cat behavior specialty and one of the only three cats exclusively behaviorists currently listed in Wikipedia. The clinic has over 200 client testimonials, and has been helping cat owners have problem-free cats since 1999.  We have clients all across the Unites States like New York, Florida, Illinois, California, Washington (just to name a few).  Like it or not, working with a cat behaviorist that is not only certified, but has formal education and experiential work in problem cat behavior, is vital in solving any feline 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.  After your consultation should any changes or additions need applied to your cat’s behavior plan, we are here for additional correspondence. 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.

Our Feline Specialists Provide Trusted Behavior Solutions

All cat behavior solutions must take into consideration feline instincts and their evolutionary biology.  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).

Her science-based cat behavior book has been featured in the New York Times and a best-seller on Amazon and published in 4 languages (Random House Publishing with co-writer Cameron Powell).  For cat behaviorists seeking certification, her book is required curriculum by cat behaviorist certifying organizations.  Mieshelle is a long time member of the Animal Behavior Society, Cat Behavior Counselors, and the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants.

Recipient of the Golden Purr Award for her contribution to cat behavior knowledge.

Her latest study of animal behavior was at Harvard University. She is the spokesperson and cat behavior panel expert for Comfort Zone and Arm & Hammer Cat Litter. Her cat behavior expertise has been seen in the New York Times, The Today Show, NBC Dateline, MTV, Animal Planet, National Geographic, The Hallmark Channel, Modern Cat Magazine, Parade, Reader’s Digest, Cat Fancy Magazine, The New York Post, The Boston Globe, USA Today, This Wild Life, The Divine Cat, Real Simple Magazine, Salon.com, Petside, Freekibblekat, The Toronto Star, Canada Globe and Mail, Animal Rescue Site, The Daily Cat, Feline Wellness Magazine, Advisory Council Pet360.com, This Wild Life, The Cat Channel, Pets Magazine, The Circle, New Republic, The Sunrise Show, Yahoo.com, Herald Sun, Toronto Star, and countless others. See our Media Room below for the latest.

 

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What Our Colleagues Say About Our Cat Behavior Expert: 

“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, Zoological Curator (Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center and Orange County Zoo), Affiliate Professor (University of Alaska) and Proprietor of Animal Trainer Dude™, Los Angeles, California

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, Portland, Oregon

Cat Behavior 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 H. 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. Chicago, Illinois

You have the African wildcat, your domestic cat’s ancestor, to thank for many of your cat’s “unwanted” cat behaviors. Learn more about this during your consultation to better understand and help your cat and solve its behavior issues.  Oftentimes, cat behaviors are severely misunderstood.  Once cat owners understand their cat instincts and biology, they can better understand why the behavior strategies work so well and can better apply them.

Does a Cat Behaviorist Need to Come to My Home?

Definitely not.  Feline behavior is very different from canine behavior.  Cats do not display obedience problems like dogs.  Therefore, the kind of help you need is not focused on physical or verbal behavior modification strategies like you’d directly apply to a dog with a dog trainer present.  All cat behaviorists generally conduct consultations by phone or video Skype.  Our behavior plans are specific to cats and still allow for the natural feline instincts, but when and where you want them displayed.  The behavior plan is covered during the phone or video Skype Consultation and follow-up is offered over the course of several weeks for all of our consultations programs.

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Hundreds of Cat Behaviorist Testimonials Since 1999

  • April 2018: Lexi has gone poop in the litter box 4 times in a row! This is the first poop that wasn’t covered in litter so I took a pic of it. She’s been doing very well this week!

    Cat Behavior Testimonial Mieshelle Kate M. Melbourne, Florida