Top Tips for Being Cat Friendly
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Top Tips for Being Cat Friendly

In association with International Cat Care and the International Society of Feline Medicine, this webinar looks at what practices can do to be more cat friendly.

 Export to Your Calendar 1/04/2020
When: 1 April 2020
Where: Online
New Zealand
Contact: Paul Heasman

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About the course:

Cats are not small dogs! Although feline medicine has developed in leaps and bounds and we now recognise the different needs of our feline patients, there is still a lot more we can do in practice to reduce stress for both them and us. In this webinar, we will look at some practical tips which can be applied in everyday practice to help you become more cat friendly and the resources available to help you achieve this.

Learning outcomes:

  • Explain the effects of stress in cats.
  • Identify stressors in the clinic.
  • Describe cat friendly handling techniques.
  • Advise others on how to be cat friendly.
  • Apply what you have learnt to your clinic!


Sarah Collins DipAVN(Medical)RVN, VTS(ECC), Cert CFVHNut

Sarah qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1995. Following 11 years in 1st opinion/referral practice, Sarah moved to the University of Bristol to work in the intensive care unit. During her 7 years in this role, Sarah obtained both the Diploma in Advanced Veterinary Nursing (Medical) and the Veterinary Technician Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care. After a further 7 years as a Veterinary Marketing Executive at ROYAL CANIN, Sarah is now part of the International Cat Care team looking after the nurse distance education courses.

Suitable for:

  • All staff

Price: Free

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