A closer look at the cats who stood out in the experiment conducted in The Secret Life of the Cat, where 50 felines were fitted with GPS collars to track their every movement.
In The Secret Life of the Cat, 50 cats were fitted with GPS collars to track their every movement, and cat-cams to record their unique view of the world. In this groundbreaking experiment, a few cats stood out.
They include the intruder cat, an unneutered tomcat, who comes into the village and seems to have no owner; the hunter, who prefers food that he can catch and kill to anything his owners might buy him; and the deserter cat who has abandoned his home in favour of a new set of owners.
This film reveals that the relationship between cats and their owners isn't quite what we imagine.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
Captured on cat cam
Meet the cat experts
GPS and cat cam technology
Why do cats purr?
The cat owner’s story
|Series Editor||Aidan Laverty|
|Series Producer||Zoe Heron|