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Welcome to
Cat Lovers' Academy!

At Cat Lovers' Academy, we provide educational resources, training, and behavioral consulting to cat parents. We aim to emphasize cats' instinctual needs and dig deep to find the reason for their behavior so that humans and cats can live together with greater joy and harmony.

Are you having trouble with your cat? We can help!

Home Cat Resources

cat introductions

"Help, I got a new cat!"


clicker games

"Can I train my cat?"


litter hyigene

"My cat won't use the box."


more resources

"My cat is bored."


Do any of these describe your current relationship with your cat?

"I’m about fed up with my cat."

I’ve spent lots of money on her, I keep trying so hard and I’m literally in tears. She peed on our clothes!

😼 Counter-Surfing
😾 Play aggression
😺 Inter-cat conflict
😾 Inappropriate urination
🙀 Decorating with their claws
😾 Persistent boredom
😺 Territorial
😿 Fear / Anxiety / Stress

We get what you're going through, and we're here to help.

cat clicker games Download your free guide to getting started 

"Mew should join my class!" - Ruthie

Download this FREE GUIDE to learn the benefits, plus all you need to know to get started in the world of cat clicker games!


A Note from The Purr-fessional


Ruthie and Jessica

Jessica’s passion is using positive reinforcement to channel a cat’s natural behaviors. These techniques can convert cat behaviors that may be bothersome to humans into new behaviors agreeable to both cats and humans. So, what does that look like, exactly?

Cat clicker games are Jessica’s passion, and they became a highly useful tool when she adopted a rambunctious kitten named Ruthie.  Ruthie came into Jessica’s life and was immediately a handful.  Ruthie used to constantly be underfoot in the kitchen, often trying to get into the refrigerator.   Once Jessica and Ruthie learned cat clicker games, they created a bargaining system.  The kitchen was no longer a problem spot, as they had learned the concept of “PLACES.” Ruthie knew if she sat in her “place,” she would get paid a treat.  It became a fun game for Ruthie to see how many treats she could get from Mom by always going to her place when she was in the kitchen.  It was a win-win.  Mom Jessica could use the kitchen ‘Ruthie free,’ and Ruthie thinks she manipulated her mom into treats. They were experiencing firsthand how life-changing exercising Ruthie’s brain was using positive reinforcement. They are excited to share it with others to modify an array of in-home feline behavior issues cat owners often face.

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