Cat Project: End of Study Survey
Your Participant ID
Please fill in one survey for EACH CAT registered in our study.
Name of Cat
Please upload a picture of this cat, if you have one.
This allows us to classify your cat's coat colour and length. If you've already uploaded a photo of this cat and don't want to upload another one, you can leave this blank. We won't use your photos without your permission!
Age of Cat (Years)
If your cat is less than 1 year old, write '0'
This cat is...
Neutered (castrated / spayed)
Registered with a vet
Regularly treated for fleas
Regularly treated for worms
If you know it, please tell us which worming product you use:
Which brand(s) of cat food does this cat normally eat?
(Members of our Food Research Group should not count Lily's Kitchen unless they used it before the trial)
Roughly how much wet cat food do you feed this cat each day (grams)?
For guidance, most pouches are 85g or 100g; most tins are 400g.
Roughly how much dry cat food do you feed this cat per day (grams)?
Roughly how much other food do you feed this cat per day?
e.g. raw or cooked meat or fish, treats
Is this cat kept indoors overnight?
Before taking part in this study, how regularly did you actively play with this cat?
Several times per week
Several times per month
Before taking part in this study, was this cat using any kind of puzzle feeder?
Before taking part in this study, was this cat wearing a collar and a bell, or a collar with any other sound-making device?
Which research group were you a member of?
If you are not sure, and didn't carry out any interventions, click 'Core'
Did this cat START an intervention trial as part of this study?
i.e. Did you attach a collar, introduce toys or a puzzle feeder, or introduce Lily's Kitchen food to this cat?
Please tell us why this cat did not start the intervention trial.
Did this cat COMPLETE the intervention trial?
i.e. Did it continue wearing a collar, using toys or the puzzle feeder, or eating Lily's Kitchen food throughout the trial?
Please tell us why this cat did not complete the intervention trial.
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