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“To every cat lover out there…Ciapek in one day showed us that there is a big chance of improvement and establishing human and cat relationship like we have with the other three cats. His enemy number one was able to see him face to face and hold him for the first time thanks to Alice and we will follow her advice for Ciapek’s happiness so that we can all have a less stressed life living together. Thanks Alice for your great advice.”
“Alice helped me figure out the best way for my old cat and new kitten to reintegrate after a rocky first introduction and a stressful time. They will never be best friends but Alice’s suggestions definitely helped them and me reduce our stresses and live in relative harmony.
Highly recommended if you can’t understand what your furry friend is trying to tell you!”
“My wife and I adopted a one-year-old stray cat through Phibsboro Cat Rescue, and while he was very affectionate with us, he did not care for our existing 14-year-old cat. We had fears about him hurting her as she is older and has severe anxiety issues, but we also felt like he had a lot of potential to be a great domesticated indoor pet. We just had to get them to get along! After exhausting the normal cat integration techniques and starting to worry that we would have to return him to the rescue, we knew we had to call a professional. Just one online cat behavioral therapy session with Alice had us instantly feeling less stressed and more hopeful. She has a great way of helping you better understand how a cat thinks and what they need to get through a transitional time. She had great suggestions and together we came up with a plan that would allow them to get to know each other in a safe way. Turns out the cats were picking up on our stress, and didn’t know what the big deal was ; ) One month later they are interacting and coexisting quite peacefully, with no hissing, marking, or other behavioral problems—all thanks to Alice!”
“Our cat Neko was very stressed after moving to our new house overseas. He hid for over two weeks and stopped feeding himself after a week. After multiple trips to the vet with little success (and more stress!), we found Alice who gave us an emphatic description of Neko’s state of mind and how to get his stress levels down so he would eat again. We saw rapid success and just 3 days later, Neko was not only eating, but out of his hiding place and eating by himself out in the kitchen. We wished we had found Alice sooner! THANK YOU!!!”
“I wanna thank you for the advices you gave me regarding Lola & Zorro, they didnt get a long very well and it took like a week til they were friends and Alice gave different advices how to help them to be friends and what to do and now everything is good, also she gave recommendstions for our bengal cat and how to keep her busy and how to make her different challenges so she wouldnt be bored.”
ALICE CHAU GINGUENE
– CAT BEHAVIOURIST, WRITER, EDUCATOR, ADVOCATE
For over a decade, Alice has worked with thousands of cats and their humans, to educate and to find harmony in their living space.
She believes most of the cat “problems” are not really problems, but rather a misunderstanding between cat and human sharing a living space, and a solution can be found through education.
She is the founder of the longest standing, award winning pet sitting business in Dublin – Maow Care and the founder of Ireland’s first cat-centric festival Dublin Cat Fair. She is also a Pet First Response instructor and Missing Animal Response Technician. She has been featured on numerous media both in Ireland and abroad. She has been recently featured on RTE documentary – One Day: Keeping Ireland Company
When she is not working with cats, she is writing about cats. You might want to follow her very popular blog here.
Fun fact: She has travelled 10627.48 km over the years together with her cat Larmlarm when they moved from Hong Kong to Paris, then to Dublin.