Dorota Szadurska, Cat Behaviourist and Therapist: offer and price list.

Within the scope of my activity I run both behavioural consultations, in which I help your cats to cope with problems occurring on various backgrounds, and lectures and trainings on spreading the knowledge about cat behaviour.

Consultations and therapy plans

The problems you most often report in your letters are:

  • house soiling;
  • anxiety, lack of proper contact with the owner;
  • aggressive behaviours;
  • depression;
  • bad relationships between cats living in a group;
  • various other issues that worry you.

Place of consultations: online (Zoom, Google Meet, WhatsApp, Skype).

Duration of consultation: 1.5 to 2 clock hours.

Price of the consultation: 65€ / £60 .

During the consultation, I gather detailed information concerning the reported problem, I observe the cat or cats, I make a preliminary work plan. I talk to you a lot, I look at how you play with your cat, what are the relations of your cat with individual family members, what is the cat's environment like, that is your flat or house, is it adapted and sufficiently building a sense of security in your cat. I also explain the most important rules of the cat world.

If you are concerned about anything in your cat's behaviour, if you don't understand what I am trying to tell you, please feel free to contact me. However, please remember that solving every cat's problem is like a family therapy - there is no magic pill to cure problem situations, you have to be aware that it is you who will have to work the most to improve your cat's well-being and to restore its joy of life. As a result, so will you :)

If you would like to arrange a consultation, please call me at +48 792 927 451, or email me at Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript. .

Lectures, workshops, training:

I give lectures and conduct workshops on undesirable behaviour, improper relations in a group of cats, correct reading of cat signals, and any other cat topics.

Dorota Szadurska, Cat Behaviourist Supervisor (COAPE)

Graduate in Animal Psychology from The Polish Academy of Sciences

Graduate of Nursing and Breeding of Companion Animals at the Wrocław University of Life Sciences

Member of The International Society of Animal Professionals