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I just read an interesting article by Kristin Buller called “3 Ways Owners are Impacted by Pets with Behavior Problems”. Kristin is a licensed clinical social worker and provides veterinary social services to people who care for pets with behavior problems. In a research project she’s conducting, preliminary results indicate that there are three areas of impact for people who are dealing with their pet’s behavior problems.
Your cat is doing something – anything, really – that you would like to change. Whether it’s not using the litterbox, being aggressive with another cat in the home, or simply jumping up on the counters where you prepare food, you wish that this behavior would stop! The good news is that you can change your cat’s behavior. But because cats respond to their environment and those within it, they are not going to change their behavior on their own. The fact is, the only way to change your cat’s behavior is to change YOUR behavior.