Many cats enjoy interacting with their owners and playtime, either indoors or outdoors, is a great way to cultivate a bond between cat and owner.
Introducing a new cat into the family can be a fairly daunting process. Here are some tips to help make the process as seamless as possible.
Cats have always been the type of pet that adopts you rather than you adopting them. They are self-reliant (until they need to be fed, of course), mischievous and very affectionate... when it suits them!
Whether it be a new collar or lead, a fun toy or cosy bed, here are a few suggestions to help you spoil your favourite feline.
Pheromones are compounds that are naturally secreted by animals that help them communicate with members of the same species. Synthetic analogues of these natural pheromones can assist in managing stress-related problems in pets.
All cats are at risk of contracting heartworm and feline heartworm disease can cause sudden, dramatic and fatal effects.
Cats get bored like anyone else! If your cat is a 'party animal' rather than a 'couch slouch', giving him or her things to do apart from ripping flesh from passing human legs will be of immense benefit.
Snake bites are a common cause of death in the warmer months of the year, but they can occur all year round. Make sure your pet doesn't become a victim.
Anal gland disease is a common and distressing condition in pets and often causes 'scooting' behaviour, where a dog or cat drags its derriere along the carpet.
Fleas are not only a nuisance to your cat, but in some cats they can also cause an allergic reaction and a nasty skin condition known as dermatitis.
It’s the stuff nightmares are made of. Sadly, it is fact not fiction. Heartworm disease is a silent killer of dogs and cats.