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Jennifer Catpurr Reviews

***Last updated 8/21/2022!

This field requires some level of self-promotion, which I tend to not make much time for. I realize that Jennifer Catpurr reviews are important, so I sat down and gathered client feedback I've received. I appreciate that this can create an extra level of confidence in my potential clients. These are posted with client permission.


Brian is a great client who took in his father's cat, Molly, in when he could no longer take care of her. Molly was focused on stalking his original cat, Izabella, so he hired me to help. This was a process that ended up needing additional support via added consults, but I am glad Brian was up for the challenge. He's now in a happy home with Izabella and Molly:


Gizmo's issues had a physical component that my client worked to resolve in tandem with working with me on the behavior side. I am always thankful to hear these updates from my clients:


I worked closely with Catherine during her introduction of two rescue cats who came into her home around the same time from different rescues. There were times when they had setbacks, resulting in several nights of poring over emails to provide support to her. Catherine didn't give up, and now her new sweet loves are best pals!



Helping cats get along can be exasperating, and I'm glad to have created a plan for Mindy's cats that resulted in success:


Here's a review within a review - I posted this glowing feedback on Facebook and received additional glowing feedback in return:


This issue involved two cats not getting along, and required a lot of time and work. But it was worth it!

One of my clients, Melissa, sent this referral to someone in need of cat behavior help. There is more to the email, but this screenshot near the end of it summed up her points nicely:

This client had various multi-cat issues, including a timid cat, cats not getting along, and urination outside the box:

Later that year, she enlisted my advice again regarding the behavior of one of her cats, which I suspected was a medical issue:

An update from my clients after two in-home visits. They are a wonderful couple with a sweet son:

I love that they sent me another update on 12/24/19 and included a video! It made my day.

When one of my lovely clients in a tough situation initially reached out to me. I was glad to help.

And a bittersweet follow-up from that client in June 2019. I love my clients and the work that I do.

This was a text from a client that I have adored keeping in touch with through the years after our initial consult in 2017.

I believe these are great examples of the relationship I strive for with my clients. I am always rooting for you and your cat. After our consult, your cat stays on my mind, and I always welcome updates, questions, and anything else.