have a psycho kitty in your house? Do you despair,
thinking that it's hopeless, that cats are basically untrainable?
a feline behavior consultant, can solve
your problem, whether your cat refuses to use her litter box, insists
on scratching your good furniture,
or exhibits unacceptable aggressive behavior.
to Pam's success rate is her real intimacy with cats - she understands
the way they think, she knows what they like and what they don't like.
She understands why they are behaving so strangely. Once she gets to know
the cat, she can adjust behavior, distract the cat with play therapy,
and then retrain it. In this guide, you can learn her methods and retrain
your cat. Divorce won't be necessary; you will live together amicably
from this time forward.
friends like Pam Johnson-Bennett, cats will no longer require nine lives.
Cats are the most popular pet in America, also the most misunderstood.
Johnson-Bennett serves as a sort of feline translator, understanding and
ultimately solving mysteries such as why cats miss their boxes, or use
the sofa as a scratching post. In doing so, she saves precious lives.
Of course, the kitties Johnson-Bennett saves aren't really psycho, they're
simply in need of someone who can comprehend what these cats are trying
to tell their people."
—Steve Dale, syndicated columnist "My Pet World," host
of WGN Radio's "Pet Central," and senior columnist
Pet Life magazine
a Feline Behaviorist, Pam Johnson-Bennett has appeared
on numerous television and radio shows, written articles for the top cat
publications, and has been profiled nationally in magazines and newspapers.
She works on a referral basis by veterinarians. Her housecalls cover everything
from routine training problems to the most eccentric feline behavior.
In Nashville, she can be heard on WKDA-AM, hosting her weekly radio show,
"The Pet Hour." Her first book, Cat Love, was inducted
into the Cat Fancy Hall of Fame. Her second book, Twisted
Whiskers, was honored with the Cat Fancy Editor's Choice Award
and received the Cat Writers' Association Certificate of Excellence. She
has also authored Hiss and Tell: True
Stories from the files of a Cat Shrink and Cat
vs. Cat. Pam lives in Nashville with her husband, four cats, and