Cat Psychology| Pet Behavior Center | PetPremium

The Cat Psychologist!

The Cat Who Cried for Help: Attitudes, Emotions, and the Psychology of Cats

$16.00
  • Review
  • TAG : Fully FelineCat Psychology: Stella's Story
ADD TO CART
  • If your cat has a sudden shift in temperament, or dramatically shifts his behaviors for no apparent reason, schedule an appointment for a veterinary examination. Sudden changes in personality and behavior may indicate a variety of underlying health problems, and a prompt examination may allow you to identify and treat an ailment quickly and with minimal suffering for your pet. The better that you understand general cat psychology and your own pet's personality, the better equipped you will be for assessing and dealing with any changes and problems that may develop.

    As it turned out, Jackson Galaxy, the show’s star, applied some cat psychology and advised Stella’s owner to start setting aside 15-30 minutes a day for play time with Stella. The play would burn energy that had been put into the attacks earlier.

  • Before you take that course of action you may prefer to see what help you can obtain from a good cat psychology book. There are many such books available, this one gets good reviews:

    Cat psychology should help us recognize that when a cat misbehaves she is often only trying to tell us something. . . perhaps we should listen.

    Also in Cat Psychology and Behaviour : -
    • Train your Cat to Love the Carrier Basket
    • Train Your Cat to Sit on Command
    • Train your Cat to Use the Litter Tray
    • Train Your Cat to Love That Cat Bed
    • Can You Really Train A Cat?
    • Cat Talking
    • Cats and their senses
    • How To Stop Your Cat Scratching Your Furniture - Forever!
    • Purr and Cat Behaviour
    • What's it Like to Own a Cloned Cat?
    • Why do cats Purr?
    • Why Does My Cat Drink Dirty Water?
    • Why Does My Pet Eat Grass?

    Extra Large Wire Cat Carrier Basket

    More info...

    £39.99
    £35.99

  • Course Info
    Course StartAnytime, Anywhere
    Course Hours100
    Validating BodyASIQUAL. Asiqual awards qualifications at levels 3-7, which equate to undergraduate and post-graduate degree level.
    Course CodeBAG222
    Course PrerequisiteNo
    Course QualificationLevel 4 Certificate in Psychology and Training
    Exam Required?Finalised with exam/test
    UK Course Credits10 Credits
    US Course Credit Hours3 Credit Hours
    Study SupportYou'll be allocated your own personal tutor/mentor who will support and mentor you throughout your whole course. Our tutors/mentors have been specifically chosen for their business expertise, qualifications and must be active within their industry. Tutors are contactable by e-mail, telephone and through our Moodle Student Support Zone online. Tutors are there to provide assistance with course material, discuss, explain and give advice and support throughout the whole programme. Their feedback is vital to your success.

    Look! cats are clever and you need some cat psychology if you really want to understand your moggie and have deep meaningful relationship with him/her. Most owners (8 out of 10 or something) believe that their cats are aloof haughty creatures who regard them (the owners) as lesser beings placed upon the earth solely to facilitate food and shelter to them (the cats). Despite glaring evidence to support this theory it is not true. Cats can be very loyal and trusting friends as this article will hopefully explain. A brief study of some basic cat psychology will soon have you looking at your cat in a completely different way. The thing is, our cats are constantly attempting to communicate with us but we just aren’t listening. Put another way, we don’t always understand their language and so we miss what they are trying to tell us. So sit up, pin your ears back and pay attention whilst I explain some of the basics of cat communication.

Cat Psychology - Understanding How Your Cat Thinks

Cats are emotional and expressive animals, capable of deep affection and sweetness on the one hand and anger, jealousy and fear on the other. On top of that, each cat has a unique personality and temperament, so deciphering your pet's cat psychology can be a difficult task. Many veterinarians recommend methods of training and problem behavior modification based on cat psychology. Understanding the basics of cat psychology will help to explain why your cat acts the way he does, and how you can best address difficult behaviors.