Cat Behaviorist Mieshelle

Harvard University-trained Certified Cat Behaviorist and Cat Behavior Science Author

Mieshelle has traveled the globe as a cat behaviorist, keynote speaker, lecturer, and personality.

Professional Statement

Certifed Cat Behaviorist, Mieshelle Nagelschneider, has always felt that it’s important to offer support to cats and their owners, which has led her to her career as a behavioral health provider for cats.  It allows her to help cats and their owners every day. In providing care, Mieshelle says her primary goal is to “partner with cat owners so that they feel empowered to manage their cat’s behavioral health effectively.”

 
Read 200 testimonials of cats’ lives she’s changed worldwide as an international cat behavior lecturer to Australia, Philippines, Canada, and Costa Rica as a major cat brand spokesperson nationally and internationally.  She has been the guest lecturer for international Humane Society and SPCA behavior conventions educating hundreds of veterinarians, shelter workers, and cat owners on behavior issues in cats to improve the lives of cats and their owners, too.

Cat Behavior Expert Mieshelle

Mieshelle Nagleschneider is referred by, worked with, and trained veterinarians, cat shelters, and even wild-cat sanctuaries from England to North America to Australasia.   She has also performed much needed cat studies for Hammacher Schlemmer on advanced litter box technologies and perching and resting areas for cats.

Featured in the New York Times and Known as the “Queen of the Cat Behavior Specialty” she has worked with thousands of cat owners and vets since 1999

And among the clients who follow her advice, including her proprietary C.A.T. Plan™, her success rate is 90% or better and close to 100% for the most common cat behavior issues. Read our clients’ success stories and see why the Clinic is your best chance of stopping all behavior problems now and future ones from occurring (very important!). You can also read Mieshelle’s charming story of how she became a lover and observer of animals, nearly 40 years ago, in her Life Among the Animals (excerpt from her cat behavior book — Random House Publishing).  Her cat behavior science book is required curriculum coursework for animal behavior certifying organizations.

Mieshelle and Dr. Jim Shultz 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 (found only here) 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 has formal study in animal behavior, conducted cat behavior studies, and has authored a science-based and the first scholarly cited cat behavior book with the latest strategies to help cats.

Mieshelle is also known for solving cat behavior issues that are deemed “unfixable”

Mieshelle is a long time member of the Animal Behavior Society, International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, Cat Behavior Counselors, and Professional member of the Association of Animal Behavior Professionals.  She has studied cat behavior for decades, and she continually keeps abreast of and takes part in observational and controlled studies on cats which has enabled her to provide behavior plans and techniques that other behavior experts are unable to replicate and provide for their clients. Mieshelle has arguably logged more hours helping cat owners solve behavior issues than any other animal behaviorist or veterinarian in the world along with an unrivaled number of testimonials since 1999. More testimonials

One very crucial component in treating some cat behavior issues is ongoing help after the initial consultation.  Because appropriate and sound behavior advice for a specific cat is not one-size-fits-all, continued correspondence with your behaviorist is possible at The Cat Behavior Clinic.

Mieshelle is a popular resource for many cat-only veterinary practices nationwide, many wild cat sanctuaries, and countless animal shelters needing expert advice on feline behavior, which she usually donates her time to. Mieshelle has worked professionally with thousands of domestic house cats, wild, and feral cats. She was one of the referred Feline Behavior Consultants for Animal Aid and The Cat Adoption Team of Oregon, a 350-cat no-kill shelter, many medical vets nationwide, and is a Guardian Angel for cats with emotional and physical needs at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.

Mieshelle visited the capital and recently testified along with The Paw Project team on the anti-declaw bill to end cat declawing.  She spoke at great length to urge lawmakers to ban declawing.  She is also an active supporter of the new anti-declaw film, The Paw Project, by veterinarian Jenny Conrad.

Featured in The New York Times and a best-seller on Amazon, Mieshelle’s breakthrough science-based book on her C.A.T. Plan system for solving and even preventing all feline behavior problems, The Cat Whisperer (Random House Publishing with co-author Cameron Powell), is available online or in bookstores now!

As the International Cat Behavior Expert for:

Whiskas, Arm & Hammer Cat Litter, and Comfort Zone, and cat welfarist for the SPCA in Australia to cats in the Philippines at The International Cat Association as The Cat Whisperer™, she has saved thousands of cats’ lives directly and indirectly through her lifetime of cat behavior work.  Along with Best Friend’s Animal Society and Stray Cat Alliance in L.A. as a welfarist for cats and as their guest speaker, The Cat Whisperer™, Mieshelle has educated cat owners on cat behavior issues.

 

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ANIMAL BEHAVIOR CONVENTION IN MARYLAND 2005– Mieshelle with Lynn Hoover

President of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants

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Recent Study:

Harvard University –  2007 study in animal cognition toward citation

Current social facilitation study and domestic felines — 2007 – PRESENT

Perching and resting areas of the domestic feline 2009

Advanced litter box technologies and usage of the domestic feline 2008