Cats v. Dogs!
Everyone knows how cats and dogs get on – or do they?
Neeld Community and Arts Centre, High Street, Chippenham SN15 3ER
Thursday 18 November 2021 at 7:30pm
Roger Tabor entertainingly explores our tangled relationship with our closest pets, the independent cat and the gregarious dog; they share our lives and our homes, despite being such VERY different animals!
If you are a cat lover or a dog lover, or love them both, you will really enjoy the good humour and affectionate yet insightful perspective of one of the world’s leading animal behaviourists.
Roger Tabor is best known as the television cat expert and Naturalist. He is one the most respected and sought after experts in the world in relation to cats, their behaviour, psychology and relationships with people.
His interest in both dogs and cats lead him to write the books ‘100 Ways to Improve Dogs’ Behaviour’ and ‘100 Ways to Improve Your Cat’s Behaviour.’ Roger started his TV career on the BBC’s ‘Animal Magic‘, co-presenting alongside the legendary Johnny Morris, (including a ‘Galapagos Special’ from the Pacific).
He presented the BBC’s ‘Country File‘ for 2 years before presenting and writing his widely acclaimed BBC TV series ‘Cats‘ that was filmed over 3 years in 14 countries. It was shown worldwide, and accompanied by his best-selling book ‘Cats – the Rise of the Cat.
Roger’s first book The Wild Life of the Domestic Cat was described by Desmond Morris as “one of the modern classics of feline literature”. Due to his TV programmes, books and research on cat behaviour and history, he is recognised as one of the world’s leading authorities on cats. He has observed cats in over 25 countries around the world.
Roger chaired a decade of British Naturalists' Association Conferences & Awards
In May 2017 Roger chaired the conference at which he presented Dr George McGavin with the Peter Scott Memorial Award for making an outstanding contribution to our understanding of natural history & conservation.
In the picture Roger is presenting the Peter Scott Memorial Award to Sir David Attenborough in May 2007.
'CATS v. DOGS'
For details of Roger's stage presentation see: All Electric Productions
Talks: Animal Magic, Wildlife & of course - Cats!
Roger gave a talk at Braintree District Museum in 2011, recalling his time on the popular and long-running BBC TV children's wildlife programme ANIMAL MAGIC, which he presented alongside the legendary Johnny Morris. In 2016 at the same museum he gave a talk about John Ray, the outstanding naturalist who lived three hundred years ago.
Roger frequently gives talks or lectures on cats, wildlife & historic topics & others both in the UK or other countries around the world. He has given keynote lectures in Holland, Germany, USA & Australia.
(For details of his stage & other appearances contact his agent, see Contact).