Adoption is a lifetime commitment. Get advice from a professional.
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Adopting a new cat is a big responsibility, and not a decision to be made on a whim. Most people in Los Angeles spend between $1000-$1500 per year on their cat, but that can vary widely based on your preferences, your cat’s medical needs, and how much you want to spoil your furry little friend.
The average life expectancy of a cat is 15 years; which puts the cost of keeping kitty around $10,000-$22,500 over her lifetime.
Most people seek advice and guidance before buying a car, hiring a plumber, or choosing a doctor.
Why should it be any different for adopting a feline that may be in your life for 10-20 years?
This consultation is designed to help ensure that the cat or kitten that you are interested in adopting is compatible with you and your family’s lifestyle. I can offer resources on training, nutrition, health, and transitioning kitty into her new home. Navigating the rescue system can be confusing and frustrating -
I'm here to help guide you through it.
Cat behavior can be very difficult to interpret at times. There are myriad reasons why your fluffy friend can become suddenly stressed, depressed, or aggressive. I have thousands of hours of behavior consultation under my belt, and I can usually discover the culprit behind the unwanted behavior within the first 30 minutes.
Most importantly, I can offer time-tested solutions to solve the problem.
Note: I cannot offer medical advice or guidance. Many unwanted feline behaviors are tied to health-related issues, and a visit to a vet should be the first step in diagnosing the issue. Contact me only after your vet has ruled out illness.