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Free Webinar: Purrfect ways to keep your cat happy


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25th January, 2017
7pm - 8pm GMT
Organised by: 
NAWT Trust
About the event: 

Join National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) for a brand new webinar on Wednesday 25 January 2017 (7-8pm GMT) for a fun discovery session on feline behaviour at home.

Register now for your complimentary place


We’re thrilled to be joined by two leading feline experts from the US - Dr Liz Bales VMD and behaviourist Ingrid Johnson - who will be sharing their learnings and insights on new ways to make our furry companions feel good.   

In this interactive one-hour session learn about:

Photo credit: No Bowl Feeding System™
  • our cats’ natural urge to forage for food
  • how they like to behave in the home environment
  • ways to adjust your home to your cats’ needs
  • how some of these techniques will be used to help NAWT’s rescue cats and kittens through Open Paw

You will have the opportunity to put questions to our panellists as well as our chairman for the evening, NAWT CEO Clare Williams.

Please join us on the 25 January for a fascinating evening.

Interested but can’t attend? Register anyway and we will send you a recording after the event.

If you’d like to know more about the webinar then please contact Stephanie Kaufman at the NAWT HQ – email or phone on 020 8950 0177 (selecting option 1). 

Register now for your complimentary place

More about our guest panellists

Dr Liz Bales VMD is a born animal lover. She spent her childhood on horse farms surrounded by horses, cats and dogs before qualifying as a vet in 2000. More recently she’s the inventor of the No Bowl Feeding System™, a new product specifically designed to assist cats eat in a more natural way. 

Join panellists Dr Liz Bales VMD, Ingrid Johnson and chairmain for the evening Clare Williams. 

Ingrid Johnson is a certified behaviourist who started working with cats in 1999. She lectures extensively on cat behaviour, and is passionate about the topic of environmental enrichment for indoor cats. She has appeared in many articles and is a blog writer for the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants cat blog. Visit her website Fundamentally Feline

Clare Williams is responsible for overseeing all aspects of National Animal Welfare Trust’s rescue and rehoming work including its five rehoming centres in Berkshire, Cornwall, Essex, Hertfordshire and Somerset. In 2015 she was responsible for introducing the UK’s first Open Paw training scheme for dogs designed to improve the welfare of rescue dogs in the kennel environment. A similar scheme for cats will pilot at the NAWT in January 2017.