Catslife

Not another hairball!

Cats are avid self-groomers and will often spend hours at this task. Although it leaves us with a lovely clean cat, the hair that accumulates in her mouth ends up in her stomach. In most cases the hair will travel ...

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Keeping safe outside

We all know that cats love being outside playing, stalking, chasing, exploring and being a ‘wild’ cat. Although this takes them back to their roots, being outside can be dangerous for cats, especially if there is no supervision. But there ...

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Struggling with too many cat fights?

There’s nothing quite like the sound and sight of feline aggression: the growling, yowling, hissing and spitting, while claws and teeth flash. A cat in full aggressive display is something to behold, and for good reason. Despite being a predator, ...

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The importance of microchipping

One of the first things a responsible pet owner should do when getting a new kitten or cat is to ensure that she is microchipped. You don’t want to go through the heartache and pain of your cat disappearing when ...

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Oh no! Not shedding again!

  Some cats shed more than others, and it can be frustrating to have hair all over the house. But whether your cat has long or short hair, shedding is a natural phenomenon. By following these tips, you can make ...

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Is your cat in pain?

When you love your cat, know her normal behaviours well and are in tune with her feelings, you will most probably have a suspicion when she is in pain. However, it is not always possible to know for sure as ...

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Let her coat shine

As a cat lover, you would have noticed how your cat can spend hours grooming her lovely coat. Nature intended it that way by supplying her with all the right equipment to take care of her coat – from a ...

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Preparing for a kitten

A recent study indicates that the best age for homing kittens is closer to 14 weeks than the commonly advised eight weeks [i]. This is due to various developmental factors, and ensures fewer behavioural problems throughout a cat’s life. If ...

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Help! My cat is a fussy eater

One day, out of the blue, or so it seems, your cat pulls up her nose at the food bowl, meows at you and then walks away. She’s clearly not interested in the food she normally eats. There might be ...

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Everlasting freshness

Cats can leave your house in utter disarray, by scratching your furniture or turning your living space into a cursed smell from hell. But you as a cat owner can change your living space to smell like a fresh haven. ...

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Feeding your kitten

Hearts melt at the sight of a kitten. But that adorable bundle of fluff you’re bringing home is going to need looking after for her whole life. And because cats can have nine lives, that’s a long time! Giving your ...

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Relaxing cat music

Does your cat need to relax, or do you just want to treat your cat to some smoothing music? Have a look at this playlist that we found on the internet for some interesting cat-approved music. There might just be ...

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