Accredited feline behaviour courses

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CrazyCatManUK
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Accredited feline behaviour courses

Post by CrazyCatManUK » Wed Oct 24, 2018 2:29 pm

Hi
First time post so bare with me. Does anyone know of any worthwhile accredited feline behaviour courses? I have studied animal behaviour all of my life privately but after a recent injury leaving me off work long term I would like to take a course while I have time. Currently I have 4 cats, 2 Toms and 2 queens. My eldest Tom is a foster who has fiv and a large carcinoma so it's just palliative care for him.
Thanks

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