Cats and Babies: Dispelling The Myths

Many new parents worry that having a cat in the household will pose a big threat to the safety of their baby, and this fear can even result in parting company with their cat altogether. This concern is now thought to be nothing more than a myth, with most experts stressing that cats and babies Read More

How to Handle Your Cat’s Destructive Scratching

If you’re a cat owner, you’ll almost definitely have been frustrated by your cat’s tendency to scratch furniture and other belongings. The average cat does a lot of scratching, particularly for marking his or her territory and sharpening their claws. Because this is a natural and instinctive behaviour, you’ll be fighting a losing battle if Read More

Hyperthyroidism in Cats: Symptoms & Treatments

If your cat is middle-aged or older, it is more likely that he or she may be affected by hyperthyroidism. Here’s what you need to know about hyperthyroidism. What Is Hyperthyroidism? Hyperthyroidism is a medical condition caused by an excessive production of thyroid hormones. By the thyroid glands it is a common condition in older cats Read More

What Does My Cat’s Meow Mean?

Cats use a combination of body language signals and scent patterns to communicate with each other and will rarely “talk” to each other through meowing. Because  humans do not respond to these patterns, scientists believe that they have developed vocal interaction specifically to “speak” to humans. Ever wondered what your cat might be trying to Read More

Potty Training Tips for Dogs and Cats

Is your new pet prone to relieving itself in random puddles? We’ve all been there! It can seem as though your pet will never break the habit of going to the toilet wherever they feel like but we’ve got some good news for you! It won’t necessarily happen overnight but regular training will go a Read More