How to create a cat-friendly garden

Now spring is finally here, it’s the perfect time to get out in the garden and start preparing for the summer days.  But, before you start planting new flowers and planning your barbecues, have you thought about your cat?  Most cats will enjoy spending time in the garden with you, but some will happily venture Read More

The impact of COVID-19 on our pets

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 we’ve spent more time at home than ever and many of us have turned to our pets for comfort, entertainment and companionship. Lockdown has brought us closer to our pets, but they have no idea why we’re spending so much time with them. The change in their routines and the Read More

Can You Talk Cat? Try Our Feline Translation Guide

Ever wonder what your cat is trying to say to you? Cats use a mixture of verbal and body language communications to interact with their owners and this can be confusing if you are not clued-up on what these sounds and actions can mean. Understanding Cat Sounds Cats use body language hints to communicate with Read More

Cats Can Get Stressed Too! Helping Your Cat to Relax

Did you know that cats can suffer from stress too? Here’s how to tell if your cat is affected by stress and anxiety, and how you can help your pet to relax. Why Cats Get Stressed Chronic stress can be more problematic for cats whose mothers were distressed during pregnancy. This can make some cats Read More

Grooming Tips for Your Cat

Whether your cat is a longhair or a shorthair breed, he or she will benefit from a regular grooming routine. Unsurprisingly, longhair breeds need more substantial grooming to maintain a sleek appearance and to prevent their coat from matting, which could otherwise prove uncomfortable for your cat. While shorthair cats are less high maintenance in Read More

Clever Ways to Exercise Your Cat

With pet obesity on the rise in the UK, it’s important to make sure that your cat is getting enough exercise and physical activity – even more so for indoor cats that are not venturing outside. If this isn’t currently the case, it can have negative effects for your cat’s quality of life. A lack Read More

Cats and Your Pregnancy, There’s Nothing To Fear

Contrary to popular opinion, you don’t need to fear your cat while you’re pregnant. Many expectant cat owners mistakenly believe that they cannot keep their cat once the pregnancy is confirmed. This is definitely not true but you will need to take certain precautions for the safety of your unborn baby. Here’s how your cat Read More

How To Bond With Your Cat Using Playtime

Playing with your cat can have several advantages for your pet’s health and wellbeing. As well as helping your cat to stay stimulated and maintaining a healthy weight, playtime is also a great way to bond with your cat. There are recommended ways to approach playtime to ensure that your cat is likely to be Read More

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