Catslife

  • Is your cat in pain?

    When you love your cat, know her normal behaviours well and are in tune with her feelings, you will ...

  • Let her coat shine

    As a cat lover, you would have noticed how your cat can spend hours grooming her lovely coat. Nature...

  • Preparing for a kitten

    A recent study indicates that the best age for homing kittens is closer to 14 weeks than the commonl...

  • 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 ...

  • Everlasting freshness

    Cats can leave your house in utter disarray, by scratching your furniture or turning your living spa...

Why do cats spray?

If there is a lingering smell of cat urine in your home and you are sitting with your hands in your hair, not knowing what to do, your cat might be guilty of spraying. As much as we love them, ...

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Microchip for your pet’s safety

So many pets go missing on a daily basis. And no matter how responsible you are, a beloved pet can get out and go exploring in the blink of an eye while your back might be turned, leading to endless ...

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Taking care of your older cat

Cats may have nine lives, but all cat lovers will know that they live them to the fullest! It is often difficult to deal with your cat getting older, but this is the perfect time for some extra love and ...

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Grooming your cat – it’s more than a cleaning act

Most cats will spend many hours grooming themselves – but with so much grooming going on, is it still necessary for you to groom your cat? Actually, yes. Especially if you have a longhair cat. That doesn’t mean that shorthair ...

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Why your cat needs her naps

Cats are probably some of the laziest animals around. After all, they sleep all day, and expect their human slaves to bring them food day after day. Right? Wrong. Actually, the cat’s sleeping pattern makes perfect sense.

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Hairball havoc – no more hairy dilemmas

Cats spend many hours of their lives grooming themselves. It keeps their coat soft, clean from debris and dead hair as well as stimulating blood circulation. This is perfectly natural, but excessive grooming can lead to problems with hairballs. Excessive ...

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Cats in the city

How to choose an ideal cat for townhouse and apartment living; and how to keep an indoor cat happy

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