Problem behaviours and training
There are many sources of information regarding kitten socialisation, cat training, and dealing with cat behavioural problems. For instance, your local veterinarian or animal shelter will be able to advise you on a range of cat health and cat behavioural issues. They may also run "kitten kindy" or similar socialisation classes for kittens.
Try doing a web search or looking in the Yellow Pages for an "Animal behaviouralist" – this is an expert who can help you resolve your cat's behavioural problems.
Libraries and bookshops may stock various books on cat care and behaviour topics.
The Internet has lots of cat related sites, which you will be able to find easily by doing a search on key words such as "cat behaviour", "kitten socialisation", "cat training" etc.
You can also contact cat clubs or associations (look under "Pet Clubs" in the Yellow Pages).
Cats communicate with us using a range of facial characteristics, body positions and vocal sounds. Learn more about cat body language.
Read about environmental enrichment for cats, and how it can help prevent and treat behavioural problems.
Read the tips on helping your cat cope with fireworks and thunderstorms.