Restore Harmony to Your Home

For any number of reasons, cats don’t always get along. Figuring out how to repair a broken relationship between cats can be stressful, frustrating, and confusing. Thankfully, you don’t have to figure out what to do on your own. Class Act Cats has developed a program specifically to help your cats be able to live together once again where we walk you through the entire process.

How Can I Help My Cats Get Along?

Whether you’re trying to fix a cat introduction gone wrong or stop the fur flying between cats that previously lived peacefully together, it’s no easy task to figure out what to do. Not all information out there on helping get cats to get along is actually helpful and some of it may make the problem worse. It can be stressful and draining to not see progress despite your efforts.

If you need to help your cats stop fighting, you might be a candidate for Class Act Cats’ reintroduction program. This program is designed to help address cat conflict, which is one of the most challenging cat behavior problems to resolve. Thankfully, it’s the most common behavior problem we work with so we’re here to help you come up with a customized, tangible plan for what to do.

What Does Class Act Cats' Reintroduction Program Involve?

Because every group of fighting cats is different, Class Act Cats’ reintroduction program is flexible enough to be adapted to your situation while still providing you the best chance of a successful resolution. The program includes:

  • A 90 minute assessment that includes an honest assessment of the chances of a successful integration between the cats
  • A customized behavior plan that starts where your cats are currently
  • We walk you through the whole process! The plan is delivered in chunks rather than all at once so it’s manageable for you
  • 30 minute follow up sessions every two-ish weeks to make adjustments to the plan and provide comprehensive support
  • E-mail and text guidance between sessions as we figure out what works for your cats
  • Homework, review of videos, handouts, and check ins between sessions are all included in the price
  • Flexibility to adjust the plan to fit your lifestyle

This unique program provides you with peace of mind that you’ll have all the support you need during what can be a long process. You won’t be left guessing at what to do next and we can work together and adapt quickly to give you the best chance of a successful outcome.

Do I Need Any Special Equipment?

Yes. There are certain parts of the process that will require some equipment. A lot of it you may already have. Whatever you don’t have, we keep a list of suggested cat products so that we can figure out what works best with your layout and budget.

We may have clients finishing up the program who would be willing to sell you their supplies at a discount. If this is an option, we will let you know and (with permission of all involved) get you in touch with each other.

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How Much Does It Cost?

Everyone starts with a 90 minute behavior consultation to go over what is happening and determine if you are a candidate for the program. The initial consultation is $185 for virtual sessions. Initial in home sessions are $250, though we strongly recommend doing a virtual session as we have you get video of the behavior rather than observing the cats fighting live. This would risk the safety of your cats and someone unfamiliar to the cats showing up is likely to cause them to act differently. You get a better assessment by doing a virtual initial session!

Because cat conflict is challenging to resolve, you should go into this expecting to need more than one session. All you commit to in order to start is the initial session with the option of adding a follow up session. There’s no pressure to sign up for the program and we’ll still help you figure out where to begin regardless.

Follow ups are $60 per 30 minutes and include two weeks of e-mail/text follow up after each session. Most clients meet with us every two weeks as this gets better results than relying on e-mail or text follow up and allows to to actually walk you through, step by step, with each part of the process. If you commit to at least two months at a time, you can get a discount on the per-session cost of follow ups.

 How many sessions will I need and what is the total cost?

It is challenging to predict how long it will take to get your cats to get along, but the process usually takes a few months and will likely need multiple follow up sessions. Depending on how much support you need and how severe the fighting between your cats is, you can expect to spend $500 to $1250 total including the initial session. More complex cases may require more help (or you may want to meet more frequently) and the cost will be directly related to the amount of help you receive.

How Do I Get My Cats To Stop Fighting?

If you’re ready to get started, you can schedule your initial session directly on our website. You can use the button below or, if you like doing extra clicks (no judgement!), you can head to our behavior consultations page and get started there. It’s the same price and the same process for the first session regardless of what you want guidance on.

We strongly recommend a virtual consultation for your first session. Why? We often see your cats acting more naturally virtually as someone showing up changes their behavior so we have you get video of the behavior. A video of the cats interacting is much more helpful than us seeing them fighting live (which we don’t have you do anyway) If an in home session would be beneficial, we can discuss this for a follow up session.

Remember, even if you aren’t appropriate for the program we’ll still help you figure out what to do so there’s no downside to setting up the initial session.

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