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November 10, 2019 - Pussy Cat Pedal 2019 (NSW)
Experienced guides will lead you on a storytelling tour of Sydney’s kitty corners. You’ll hear how moggies made it to Australia, kittens conquered the Harbour Bridge, a literary puss did prison time and how our beloved pets even led to an outbreak of the plague. Finally, we’ll look for furry friends in Cat Alley, an infamous kitty hangout in Surry Hills.

This fun ride is perfect for people looking to explore Sydney’s bike network and learn something new about their city.

You’ll explore Sydney’s famous sites using cycle ways, shared paths and quieter streets. Suitable for adults, and children older than 12 accompanied by an adult. This ride starts and finishes on the Goods Line, near Central station.


When: Sunday 10 November 2019, from 3pm to 5pm

Where: The Goods Line, Ultimo Pedestrian Network, Ultimo, NSW, 2000, Australia

Cost: Free (and no, you can't bring your cat!)

For details, please click here

November 16 , 2019 -Behaviour Modification & Rehab of Dogs and Cats (NSW)

TAFE Plus Statement in Behaviour Modification and Rehab of Dogs and Cats
Course Code: 162-28977V01


This one day intensive workshop introduces students to the field of domestic animal behavioural modification. This workshop demonstrates the techniques used by behaviourists and trainers to address common behavioural issues. This course only demonstrates and endorses positive reinforcement. Your teacher for this workshop is a fully qualified animal scientist, animal behaviourist, vet nurse, animal trainer and zookeeper. She is an experienced animal behaviour expert who manages the behaviour department at a leading animal shelter in Sydney as well as having her own animal behaviour consultancy.

Where
Richmond College: Part Time Day

When: Saturday 16th November 2019 

Cost: $165.00

For enquiries, please click here

November 17 - Craft Club Get Together (NSW)

Come along to the Cat Protection Society NSW Crafternoon and knit one, purrl one while enjoying the company of other cat lovers. The Cat Protection Craft Club is a fun way to get involved and help support rescue cats and kittens. 


When: Sunday 17th November 17, 2019 at 12:00pm – 2:00pm

Where: Cat Protection Society NSW, 103 Enmore Road, Newtown, New South Wales 2042

Spaces are limited, so please give them call on (02) 9519 7201 or email info@catprotection.org.au to make a booking.

Any time - Cat Psychology & Training (Online)
This Animal Psychology home study course will help you understand cat psychology and apply that knowledge to manage and influence the behaviour of your cats.
  • Cat communication - domestic and wild cats
  • Cat behaviour training - domestic cats
  • Cat behaviour
  • Cat business management 
Course duration and pace: 100 hours of self paced study. Start the course at any time and study at a pace to suit you. Take 12 months to complete the course with as much or as little tutor guidance or support as you need.

Course Code: BAG222
Qualification: Statement of Attainment

Cost: $647.90 (inc. GST) at www.acs.edu.au/


Any time  - Responsible Cat Ownership Course (Online)
The Responsible Cat Ownership Course gives you some basic information about your legal responsibilities as a cat owner.

It will also help you be a better companion to your cat, teaching you about the best food, how to keep your pet entertained, dealing with scratching and yowling, and making sure your cat stays safely at home.

The course covers three main topics:
Section 1 – Rights and responsibilities
Section 2 – Cat welfare and management
Section 3 – Cat behaviour

You can do this course online in your own time by downloading the training manual:
Responsible Cat Ownership Training Course Manual (PDF - 2.7 MB)
Responsible Cat Ownership Training Course Manual (WORD - 64.3 KB)


For more details, click here

An integrative approach to behaviour cases with Dr Kate Lindsey (Free Podcast)

Dr Kate Lindsey is a veterinarian who has had a lifelong fascination with animals and their behaviour. After feeling confused and uncomfortable with the high rates of euthanasia due to behavioural reasons seen in veterinary practice, Kate pursued further studies in this field and founded Kalmpets in Perth, WA. 

Dr Sarah Howard discusses with Dr Kate Lindsay emerging research in the field of behavioural medicine and the crossover between canine and human mental illnesses. We then jump into the specifics of how she uses diet and supplements to aid in the management of her cases.

To listen to this free podcast, click Pure Animal Podcast (Apple Podcast)


1 Feb 2020 to 30 Nov 2021 - Feline Medicine ISFM (Distance Education)



Are you a veterinarian who wants to gain the special skills required for those tricky feline patients?

An unwell cat poses many unique challenges to the small animal practitioner and the difference between managing canine and feline patients (in both the art and the science of veterinary medicine) is well recognised.

This course is designed to reinforce, deepen and broaden your knowledge of feline medicine in a practical, interactive and enjoyable way. In addition, it will provide you with valuable information to make your practice more ‘feline friendly’.
This course is now delivered online (2 x 2-Day Workshops, 1 per year) over 2 years instead of one to enable busy veterinarians to manage this course.

Early Bird ends on 31st October 2019.

For more details, click here

Are you running an educational course or seminar aimed at cat owners or professionals working in the pet industry?

Why not send us an email with all the details to be listed (free) in our next round-up?

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