Monday, September 24, 2018
Feeding fussy cats

Feeding Advice For Fussy Cats

Unlike dogs, cats have a reputation for being somewhat fussy when it comes to food. I think this is somewhat of a misnomer. Cats aren't...

What Do Cats Drink – Water or Milk?

Clean, fresh water for kittens who have weaned. Young kittens need milk, either from their mother or if orphaned/rejected, a milk supplement (if...
Grey and white cat lying down

Cat Products Which Should Be Regularly Replaced

Over time, many of the products you use for your cat will suffer from wear or tear and decline in their effectiveness. We look...

Cat Not Eating – How Can I Get My Cat To Eat?

Loss of appetite is a common and worrying problem for cat owners. It is a common symptom of sickness and one which can quickly...

Pica & Wool Sucking in Cats

What is pica? The word pica comes from the Latin word magpie, which is known to eat almost anything. Pica in cats is a potentially...

Overgrooming (psychogenic alopecia) in Cats

About     Symptoms   Diagnosis   Treatment What is over-grooming in cats? Over-grooming is a stress-related disorder and can be classified as obsessive-compulsive behaviour. During grooming, endorphins (hormones which...

Nocturnal Cats – How To Stop The Night Time Crazies

A common complaint among cat lovers is that their cats keep them awake on a night. We hope to address how you can change...

Keeping Indoor Cats Happy and Entertained

Why should cats be indoors? More and more cat owners are realising the dangers of allowing a cat to free roam and it is...

How To Keep Cats Out Of The Garden

You may think this is an unusual article to be writing for a cat website but it is a question which frequently comes up....

Keeping Cats Out Of Baby’s Cot

Most pregnant women hear horror stories of cats smothering babies. While this is more myth than fact, it is still advisable to discourage a...

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Signs of chronic kidney disease in cats

Warning Signs of Chronic Kidney Disease in Cats

Kidney (renal) disease is a loss of function of the kidneys which are responsible for filtering toxins from the blood. It can be acute...
Cat limping

Cat Limping – Common Causes of Lameness in Cats

Limping is a common symptom and can affect the front or the hind limbs. It can be acute (sudden onset) or chronic (slow and...
Why do cats bury their waste?

Why Do Cats Bury Their Poop?

Cats may have been domesticated for nine thousand years but they haven't lost many of their wild ways and that extends to their toileting...

How Does Catnip Work & Why Do Cats Love It?

Nepeta cataria, commonly known as catnip, catmint, field balm or catswort is a vigorous perennial herb which belongs to the genus Nepeta, a part...
Five pillars of a healthy feline environment

Five Pillars of a Healthy Feline Environment

At a glance Five Pillars of a Healthy Feline Environment Provide a safe place Provide multiple and separated key environmental resources Provide opportunity for play...