Cat weekend in Windsor

Windsor will be the venue for two consecutive feline conferences - the International Cat Care Conference on Saturday, September 27, followed by The Cat Group Conference on Sunday, September 28.

International Cat Care's annual conference, which this year focuses on scent communication, cat behaviour and ophthalmology, provides a fantastic opportunity to gain insight from great speakers who are at the forefront of their respective fields, including the 'father of pheromones' Patrick Pageat, behaviourist and TV presenter John Bradshaw and eye specialist Christine Heinrich.

The conference, which is kindly sponsored by Ceva and Agria Pet Insurance, is aimed at veterinary nurses/technicians and cat professionals but is open to all and will be of interest to cat owners and our regular conference delegates.

At its conference, The Cat Group will be presenting new information on hand-rearing, sociability assessment, cats and the law and neutering and zoonoses. Behaviourists, Vicky Halls, Sarah Ellis and Danny Mills will be speaking on cat hoarding, multi-cat environments and the results of the Group¹s hand-rearing of kittens survey, respectively.

Set in 40 acres of stunning gardens, the art deco White House on the Beaumont Estate, Windsor, with its 414 hotel rooms, provides a magnificent setting for this cat weekend.

Cost for iCatCare Conference only: iCatCare members £70, non-members £80, charity rate £50. Book both the iCatCare Conference and The Cat Group Conference for: iCatCare members £110, non-members £120, charity rate £90.

For more information and to register go to, phone +44 (0)1747 871872 or email

ends August 14, 2014