Naïma Kasbaoui DVM PhD, is a veterinarian who, after having practised with dogs and cats, decided to specialise in Cat Behaviour and Welfare by pursuing a PhD at the University of Lincoln. She studied the respective benefits and risks of let cats free roam or confine them to your property, and also worked on chemical communication in cats and how this communication will influence the cat’s behaviour. Naïma is passionate about animal welfare and especially cats. Her work involves finding practical and feasible ways to improve the daily quality of life of cats and the human-cat relationship by carrying out research and sharing knowledge with a large audience. She is convinced that training cats is one of the best ways to improve their life by habituating them to lots of situations they will encounter in life, and also helps the cat and his human to develop a better communication, leading to an improved welfare for both cat and human.