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Cat related courses & qualifications:
Online Feline Nutrition Course
This nutrition course provides an understanding of the requirements of the feline digestive system. It also gives the student in depth knowledge of how natural and commercially produced foods satisfy that requirement.
Online Feline Care Course
This course provides an excellent foundation for those wanting to work with cats in a veterinary or cattery capacity.
Online Feline Behaviour Course
This course is aimed at those who intend to pursue a career working with cats, as well as professionals already employed in the animal care sector who would like to broaden their knowledge base. This course includes evolution, behaviour, communication, compares male/female behaviour patterns and their links to wild cat ancestors.
The Diploma in Feline Studies This course is aimed at improving the knowledge base of those involved with cats professionally. It delivers a wide syllabus of topics to provide the student with an introduction to the width and breadth of the subject area. The Diploma in Feline Studies will be awarded to those students who satisfactorily complete all 6 modules of this course.
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If you are unsure about what direction to take, you may first wish to explore our cat career advice section.
There are a range of online animal care courses available – some of them are relevant for those wishing to pursue a cat related career.
Click here for a list of animal behavioural degree courses offered in the UK. Some are relevant to the cat care sector.
If you are you finding it difficult to get the right job working with cats or if you have no or little previous animal care experience, then it is worth considering volunteering whilst you are studying. This will increase your chances of employment considerably as you will gain valuable, practical animal care work experience and you may even be offered a job or training opportunity at the place you are volunteering for. Click here for useful information about voluntary work in animal charities.