Webinar - Why are cats so “catty”? Understanding why cats fight01 Jul 2022
Members are invited to register for our upcoming webinar. Please see below for further details and to register. This webinar is free for ASAV members.
When: Wednesday, 13 July 2022
Time: 8:00pm AEST
Duration: 60 Minutes
Where: Online - wherever you like!
Presenter: Dr Kersti Seksel
About this webinar: Hiss, Spit, Yowl, Growl !!! What now?
Cats are not small dogs - we all know that, but appreciating how they differ is important. Understanding the social system of cats and how they communicate is key if we are to determine why cats have conflicts. Once we assess the cat’s environment and how it may or may not meet the cat’s needs, we can try to help cats live a less conflicted and hopefully a more harmonious life. This webinar will cover what you need to know about cat conflicts and how to help resolve them.
About our presenter
Kersti, from Sydney Animal Behaviour Service, is Sydney University veterinary graduate and has a BA in Behavioural Science (major in psychology) and MA (Hons). She is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists, Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists and Diplomate of the European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine.
Kersti is an adjunct Professor at University of Queensland, adjunct Associate Professor at Charles Sturt University, head tutor for the CVE DE course in Behavioural Medicine, regularly presents at conferences nationally and internationally, has written many text book chapters, a book, Training Your Cat, is a regular presenter on radio and is a consultant on VIN. She created Puppy Preschool® and Kitten Kindy®.
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