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Managing Care For an Elderly Cat


A senior cat care plan has specific challenges for you to address – just like the ageing human population!  And, like us, prevention is better than the cure…

The types of problems senior cats experience

There are the ‘young old’ who have few health issues despite being of advanced years. And there are the

Managing Care For an Elderly Cat2019-03-29T13:15:18+00:00

When and Why Your Cat Should be Neutered


Vets neuter cats for medical and social reasons.  Whatever your motivation it is an essential part of your pet cat’s health and wellbeing.

Neutering cats is not just an effective way to make sure there are no kitten-surprises every few months.  It improves the cats health and wellbeing and for outside cats can

When and Why Your Cat Should be Neutered2019-03-29T11:37:32+00:00

Making a Natural Cat Litter


Cleanliness is next to catliness, and sometimes a natural cat litter is best!  So how do you make a homemade tray smell and feel like shop bought?

A cat won’t go where a cat has gone before

As you will already know, cat litter can be a major household expense, and rather than try

Making a Natural Cat Litter2019-03-29T11:29:59+00:00

How to Get Rid of Fleas


If you find yourself shrieking “My Cat Has Fleas!” don’t despair.  Here’s the low down on fleas, where they’re from and how  to treat your cat and flea proof your home so they don’t come back.

Cats and a few friendly fleas have lived in harmony together for

How to Get Rid of Fleas2019-04-02T11:15:12+00:00

How To Train a Cat


Cats learn naturally and, like humans, they learn differently. But can you train a cat like you would train a dog? Well, yes and no. Like with dogs, the sooner you start the training, the better but, unlike dogs who often can’t help themselves, the degree of success when trying to train

How To Train a Cat2019-03-29T11:13:10+00:00

Cleaning the Cat Litter Tray


Cats are fastidiously fussy about cleanliness, both their own and their environment. They won’t for instance, settle for a litter tray that’s next to their food or bed, and will react as they see fit when confronted with a tray that they don’t like the look or smell of.

So, despite seemingly being

Cleaning the Cat Litter Tray2019-03-29T11:07:35+00:00