Feline behavior and problem behavior.
30 learners taking this course
Feline Behavior and Misbehavior studies the behavior of cats as well as the most common causes of problem behavior and how to solve them.
Course level: Beginner. This course is absolutely necessary to all cat owners as well as everyone working with cats.
The textbook (not included) for this course is Linda Case’s “The Cat: Its Behavior, Nutrition and Health.“
Content of the course
Lesson one covers feline behavior as well as giving a short account of the history of the cat as a domestic animal. Watch the movie by Michael W. Fox and take notes.
Lesson two is a slide presentation by Roger Abrantes and it covers:
The evolution of the cat.
The taxonomy of the cat.
Treatment of problem behavior.
Course textbook: Linda Case’s “The Cat: Its Behavior, Nutrition and Health,” provides pet owners, undergraduate students and pet professionals with a complete guide to four topical areas that are of interest: the history of the human-cat relationship; behavior of the domestic cat; feline nutrition; and feline health and disease.
One-on-one online tutoring
Watch the movie, the presentation and read the textbook. If you have any question, please click “Contact Course Teacher.” Your teacher will answer your question as soon as possible.
Once you’re ready for it, take the test for lesson one. Then, proceed to lesson two and repeat the studying procedure. You may take a test as many times as you like. We recommend you re-take tests once a year as a self-imposed quality control.
The history of the human-cat relationship. Behavior of the domestic cat. Feline nutrition. Feline health and disease