It’s a strange time for us all as we face an unseen enemy that is Covid 19. It’s stressful enough worrying about our family and friends, our children, finances, the uncertainty of the future and the challenges of lockdown so the last thing we need to add to the list of concern is about our precious cats and coronavirus.
Therefore I’ve decided to answer the most common questions being asked on the Internet about cats and Coronavirus on one page. Reliable and trusted sources and links are shown before each question. Please use the link below to see Anita’s thread on this updating topic.
Colin Tennant and John Bowe were at Barker Brown’s ‘The Pet Show’ in Earl’s Court, this is where we met cat behaviourist Roger Tabor. Following discussions about working on a project to make various videos about cats, we went on to make five titles, The Cat Indoors, Understanding Cats, The Cat Outdoors, The Mystery of the Cat and Breaking Bad Habits for Cats.
Further to this Roger Tabor was asked to make eight short programmes on various cat topics for the BBC. So the three of us with the help of many others started work on the series and all eight programmes were completed in the Autumn of 1995.
We are pleased to say this series is now available to watch for free if you’re an Amazon Prime Customer, you can also purchase the series. Click on the image below to take you to the listing on Amazon. You can also search on Amazon Prime for ‘Roger Tabor’ or ‘Colin Tennant’ Your feedback of the series is welcome.
Ross McCarthy M.A. FCFBA Canine Behaviour expert and psychologist became the latest winner of this national education award. The PETbc awards celebrate the extraordinary commitment, quality and innovation shown by canine education experts across the UK.
Today was more special than ever when David Cavill presented Ross with his award for professional achievement and at the 2019 N.E.C Crufts . This marking the PETbc commitment to awarding exceptional teachers and who work in the field of canine behaviour solutions.
was most surprised at receiving the accolade and a number of other
organisation representatives joined David and Ross at the event on
the Crufts –
Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour & Training stand.
PETbc chairman David Cavill said: “It gives me great pleasure to showcase the excellence and achievement taking place in the canine behaviour works which benefits all pet dog owners and their cherished dogs.. These awards promote those going above and beyond the call of duty to ensure their the best modern canine behaviour learning is imparted to students, clients and the wider industry from the most trusted experts in Great Britain and to promote enjoyable learning, building in confidence, and achieve the best standards in dog welfare and education.”