- A Pet for Life
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About Senior Cats
Anyone who’s ever seen a cat go through its rigorous cleaning process will know that these are creatures who take a huge amount of pride in their appearance. Cats are naturally clean creatures and
A cat's coat is not only lovely to stroke and touch, it’s functional too. Cats have very dense coats which help give them sensory data about the world around them and protect them from the cold.
Having bad teeth can cause all sorts of other problems for your cat such as kidney or heart disease, so looking after your cat’s mouth is vital
The key to making sure your senior cat has the healthiest, happiest and highest quality of life possible, is to recognise and reduce health risks and detect diseases as early as possible.
It’s an exciting time, bringing a new pet home to the house or family. However introducing an adult cat to the household takes patience.
We all need a holiday and this hard-earned privilege should not exclude pet owners. It simply means taking a bit of responsibility and ensuring your cat gets the right care while you’re away.
You may decide to keep your cat indoors, as outdoor cats are more prone to territorial disputes and accidents, not to mention disease. However, whether you want your cat to stay indoors
Cat-scratch disease (CSD) is an unfortunate hazard of owning that cute and cuddly cat or kitten. It can be particularly nasty in children.
‘Crazy’, ‘childlike’, ‘mad’, ‘loopy’… all are adjectives which have been used to describe a cat affected by catnip.
As with any living creature, you never know when the call for nature might strike. Even if you have an outdoor cat, a litter tray for your fuzzy house-guest
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