Sneak peek: Cat Friendly Solutions for Unowned Cats talks at Cat Weekend 2019

With the 2019 Cat Weekend fast approaching, we're sharing an exclusive sneak preview of a few of the talks that will be featured…

Next, we've got the Cat Friendly Solutions for Unowned Cats day on Sunday 29th September! (For a sneak peek at the ISFM Feline Nursing Day talks on Saturday 28th September please click here.)

We’re heading to the medieval market town and birthplace of Shakespeare – Stratford-upon-Avon – where cat welfare specialists will cover cat lifestyles, how to optimise homing opportunities, pragmatic medicine and much more. International Cat Care's new initiative Cat Friendly Solutions for Unowned Cats will also be introduced.

Click here for the full programme and to book your place.

And, keep scrolling to take a look at a few of the talks…



Renowned feline behaviourist and International Cat Care Consultant Vicky Halls will be presenting three talks:

- A cat is a cat, is a cat ... or is it? The spectrum of cat lifestyle and behaviour
- Cat Friendly Homing Traffic Light Assessment: What is it and how does it work?
- Case study: Cats in Bermuda - presented with Ian MacFarlaine

Here’s a short extract from one of Vicky's brilliant talks:




Postdoctoral Research Associate at Nottingham Trent University and Feline Behaviour and Welfare Specialist at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home Lauren Finka will be presenting:

- If we love them set them free: Basic principles to reduce stress, prevent suffering and optimise homing opportunities

Here’s a short extract from her fascinating talk:




Bermuda SPCA Inspector and recipient of the 2019 Cat Animal Welfare Award Ian MacFarlaine will be presenting two talks:

- TNR – Questions which come up again and again!
- Case study: Cats in Bermuda - presented with Vicky Halls

Here’s a short extract from one of his engaging talks:




Make sure you join us for the Cat Friendly Solutions for Unowned Cats day on Sunday 29th September for full access to these talks and more!

For everything you need to know about the 2019 Cat Weekend and to register, please click here.

news date: 

04.09.2019