Fill in this form EVERY TIME a cat in our study brings a prey item home.
You may want to bookmark this form so you can find it again easily!
If you can't tell which type of mammal your cat has brought in, send us a photo wherever possible
For more information on identifying different small mammals, see this helpful article by the Woodland Trust
If you can't tell which type of bird your cat has brought in, or can't see a bird that looks like it here, try to send us a photo - a link for photo uploads is at the end of this form.
If you want to try and identify a bird yourself, a good place to start is the RSPB's Bird Identifier tool
We don't need you to identify reptiles to species level. Do try and send us a photo if you can - the link for uploading photos is provided at the end of this form.
We don't need you to identify amphibians to species level. Do try and send us a photo if you can - the link for uploading photos is provided at the end of this form.
We don't need any further information about insects. Please click 'Next' to continue, and then 'Submit' to complete your record. You also don't need to upload photos of insect prey.
Wherever possible, unless the prey was an insect, please upload a photo.
You can still send a photo even if there's not much of the prey left - we might still be able to tell something about it from heads or feet!
For MAMMALS, try to show the HEAD, FUR and TAIL
For BIRDS, try to show the HEAD and FEATHERS.
If you don't have a photo, just press 'Submit' below.
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