Posts tagged 'cat'

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  • Nov 11
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    Why smaller kibble might be the right choice for your cat

    If your cat is refusing or struggling with her kibble, you are not alone. There are a handful of reasons why she might be turning her nose up at it, and one of the less obvious ones that you may not have thought of is that the kibble size might not be correct for her mouth. If your cat doesn’t have all of her teeth, this could also pose a challenge.

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  • Aug 25
    • 118

    Help! My cat doesn’t like her new brother

    Since March-time, most of us have been spending the majority of our days in our homes. For a lot of pet owners, it was the most time they had ever spent with their pet, and what a bonding experience it was. Now life starts to resume some level of normal, the thought of leaving our furry friends can be heartbreaking. How will they cope after having company 24/7 for a long period of time? Will separation anxiety become a problem?

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  • Oct 17
    • 305

    Is pumpkin good for your cat?

    Halloween is almost upon us and as pumpkins are everywhere it’s got us thinking, can our pets enjoy them too?

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  • Oct 09
    • 196

    Our favourite pet facts

    If you follow us on social media, you'll see we regularly post facts about pets that are either handy to know, or give us a bit of a laugh!

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  • Feb 14
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    What kind of cat parent are you?

    Take our quiz to find out what kind of cat parent you are!

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  • Dec 12
    • 359

    Cat vs the Christmas tree

    Putting up your Christmas tree is a moment that, for most of us who celebrate Christmas, is the act that symbolises the beginning of the Christmas period. The mistletoe goes up, the stockings come out, and we start to place presents under the tree as we wrap them. It’s the most wonderful time of the year for humans, but not so much for our feline friends. From tinsel to poisonous poinsettias, here are some of the main seasonal dangers that cat parents need to watch out for.

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  • Nov 06
    • 334

    Protecting your pet during firework season

    With Diwali, Christmas, and New Year on the horizon firework season is upon us. For most of us humans this is a time of celebration and joy, but for our furbabies, it can be quite the opposite.

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  • Oct 17
    • 417

    Is your cat getting enough moisture from his diet?

    Dehydration in cats can quickly become a big problem. If your cat doesn’t have enough water in his diet, he can get kidney problems.

    But don’t worry, there are a few simple things you can do.

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  • Aug 16

    5 Steps to Litter Training your Cat

    Toilet training can be a challenge for a lot of pet parents, but it’s one of the most important tasks you will need to tackle with your new cat.

    Accidents are inevitable in the beginning, but if you make your new kitty feel comfortable and safe, it won’t be long until she’s trained.

    Here are our top tips for speedy litter training:

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  • Jul 24

    Three Ways to Help Your Anxious Cat

    It can be difficult to imagine a stressed or anxious cat. Amidst eating their weight in cat food and napping the day away, what exactly do they have to worry about? Let’s be honest, there are times we all wish we had the life of a cat – no need to worry about paying the bills or getting up at the crack of dawn to go to work. In the most part, they have it pretty easy.

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