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City cats compete for territory

Experience a cat's eye view of the world as city cat Tigger takes you on a tour of his territory and introduces you to his neighbour Minky - ­a timid cat who is far from happy about this rival in her back yard.

Tiny cameras and GPS tracking devices were attached to a group of city cats living in Brighton, as part of a unique scientific study where a top team of scientists delved into the mind of the domestic cat.

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Producers: Anya Saunders, Susannah Boyles and Nathan Carr

Watch the first episode of Cat Watch 2014: The New Horizon Experiment on Tuesday 7 October on BBC Two at 8pm or afterwards on the BBC iPlayer. Subsequent episodes will be shown on Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 October.

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