Cats are masters at hiding how they feel, and often even hide away at times of illness or discomfort. Our handy guide will give you an indication of what to look out for to identify signs of trouble as early ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
Worms are endoparasites that live inside the body of your pet. They take up residence in your pet’s small intestine or migrate elsewhere in the body, causing disease. Worms in the digestive system feed off digested food particles or your ...Read More »
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 cleaning ...Read More »
With so much hype about the legal use of marijuana recently, we wanted to find out what effects it has on our pets, and whether it is a good idea to give it to them, or not. While there is ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
Q&A: Do cats mark their territories inside the home? What can I do to discourage my cat from marking inside my home?
Q&A: Do cats mark their territories inside the home?Read More »
Q. My white cat has small sores on the tips of her ears and on the pink skin of her nose. Someone suggested it could be skin cancer.Read More »
Q. At what age should I change my cat’s food to a ‘geriatric’ diet? A. As with most dietary changes, this will depend on the individual cat and most importantly the body condition of the cat. However, food companies generally ...Read More »
Q & A: What could be wrong if my cat’s (two-year-old moggie) eyes seem to be watery most of the time?
What could be wrong if my cat’s (two-year-old moggie) eyes seem to be watery most of the time?Read More »