Feline Stress - what makes domestic life difficult for our feline friends?

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There has been a significant increase in awareness of the potential for feline stress over recent years but sadly far too many cats are still living in environments that fail to provide for their basic emotional needs. People living and working with cats are generally well versed in the physical needs of the domestic feline in terms of food, water and healthcare, but understanding of their behavioural needs can be significantly lacking in many contexts including homes, veterinary practices and catteries. The differences in species specific behaviour of humans and cats can place considerable strain on our feline companions and this webinar aims to improve appreciation of these differences which is the first step to optimising the domestic environment from a feline perspective.
 
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12 Dec 2018 Online

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