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Founders of the “Cat Behaviorist” Specialty, Harvard and Oxford-trained Cat Behaviorist and Veterinary Team Celebrating 25 Years in Practice Helping Cats in the U.S and Over 30 Countries

  • Important Update: we are scheduling Zoom and phone appointments with the doctor and cat behaviorist through December 15th.  Through November 30th, receive the study participation reduced fee for urination or defecation appointments.  Scheduled cat owners can also participate in Mieshelle’s cat behavior show with Discovery Channel (her show is the most watched cat behavior show in the world with over 125 million viewers internationally).

Hours of operation:  Please call our friendly and understanding scheduling staff at 503-267-8888 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Pacific/12:00 noon to 9:00 p.m. Eastern 7 days a week.  If you are an international client, please email the clinic using this contact form.

If you would like an appointment within the next 10 days, we recommend contacting the clinic at: 503-267-8888.  If calling after hours, the clinic will return your call the following day.

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Would you like to be contacted to schedule a behavior consultation? Please note: Urination and defecation behavior programs are $325.00 and include 4 weeks of free follow-up consultations. Aggression issues, intercat social issues, vertical urine spray-marking, excessive vocalization or multiple issues at once are $450.00 and include 4 weeks of free follow-up appointments.(Required)

Not Ready to Schedule?

We understand.  Unfortunately, we are not able to answer any questions about cat behavior by email.  And we’re very sorry about that.  Sadly, there is no such thing as a “quick question.” Cat behavior is nearly as complicated as human behavior, with as many interdependent variables, and it’s even more mysterious, to a human.

Is It Medical?  If your cat is under 10 years of age, there is a 1 – 5 % chance of  it having a urinary tract or bladder infection.  We do not require a prior veterinary visit for any cat that works with our team, but we do recommend your cat have a vet visit yearly.

Science-based Cat Behavior Science Book: Purchase Mieshelle’s Award-winning New York Times Acclaimed Cat Behavior Book (Random House Publishing) the First Scholarly-cited Cat Behavior Science Book for Cat Owners Here on Amazon (hardcover). Published in 4 languages and a main text book curriculum used to certify most cat behaviorists today.

View over 350 client phone and video consultation testimonials and solved cat behavior case studies from 1995 to 2022.

World-renowned Oxford-trained Cat Behaviorist Mieshelle Nagelschneider, The Cat Whisperer™️

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