The Sacramento SPCA website contains a wealth of written information about cats and cat behavior issues, as well as links to other resources. The following table will direct you to the information most appropriate to your situation.
PLEASE READ THROUGH THE INFORMATION IN THE RECOMMENDED RESOURCES AND TRY THE SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS BEFORE CONTACTING THE SACRAMENTO SPCA ABOUT YOUR ISSUE.
If you’ve done that, and the solutions in our handouts haven’t helped, you can get further help from the Behavior and Training department by visiting our Behavior Helpline Page. We will review your issues and get back to you as soon as possible by email.
If you do not have email access, you can leave a phone message at 916-504-2848. Leave your address in the message and we’ll mail a helpline form to fill out and return.
|General topics of interest to cat owners.||Before You Declaw Your Cat
Cat Toys – Choosing and Using Them
Cats Indoors or Outdoors
Tags Are For Cats Too
|Did you just adopt an adult cat?||Introducing Cats|
|Is your cat a kitten?||When Your Cat or Kitten Plays Rough|
|Is your cat an adolescent?||When Your Cat or Kitten Plays Rough|
|Is your cat eliminating outside the litterbox?||Dealing with Litterbox Issues
|Is your cat having trouble with other cats in the household?||Aggression Between Family Cats
|Is your cat showing aggressive behavior towards
|Cat Aggression Towards People
When Your Cat or Kitten Plays Rough
|Is your cat scratching furniture, jumping on counters,
making too much noise, or otherwise engaging in disruptive or
|Cats and Scratching
The Vocal Cat
Up All Night: The Cat Who Wakes You
|Are neighborhood cats soiling your yard or disturbing
your own cats?
|Keeping Roaming Cats Away|
|Is your cat anxious, shy, or over-stressed?||The Fearful Cat|