Information for the farming community and how to be part of #GenerationWildcat

How you can be part of #GenerationWildcat

Farmers are asked to make sure farms cats are healthy to prevent them spreading disease to wildcats, reduce the use of pesticides and rodenticides and get in touch if you need help with neutering if your farm is in a wildcat priority area – we may be able to help.

Report sightings of feral cats around farms within our priority areas in order to inform our Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate and Return (TNVR) work to protect Scottish wildcats from hybridisation. You can report cat sightings to your local project officer using the following email addresses:

Strathbogie@scottishwildcataction.org

NorthernStrathspey@scottishwildcataction.org

Morvern@scottishwildcataction.org

AngusGlens@scottishwildcataction.org

Strathpeffer@scottishwildcataction.org

 

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