This, the third in the series "Communicating with Cats", focusses on Feral Cats.
Feral Cats are domestic cats who have become or are born "wild". With no positive human interaction they are terrified of people.
In this session Wynter explains how,through interspecies communication, you are able to gain the trust of these beings. She speaks about how to manage colonies and/or individuals who you may wish to help.
Wynter, from a very young age, became knowledgeable about Feral Cats and their behaviour. Her mother, Lalage Worsthorne, was integral in starting the first "trap, neuter and release" programme in Johannesburg in the 1980's.
As a young adult, Wynter worked as a volunteer with Alley Cat Action in Cape Town for over 5 years.
Even though this was all before she had formal training in the subject, Interspecies Communication has always played a vital role in her work with Feral Cats over the years. Join her for this fascinating session where she shares her experiences and the wisdom that she has gained from the Ferals themselves.