Cats have an unfair reputation as being hugely independent and dismissive of their owners when, in fact, they’re actually incredibly loyal and faithful pets. Although happy to explore at their own free will, they love nothing more than to curl up on the sofa for a good cuddle and some much-needed TLC. They can, however, appear aggressive sometimes, although that’s often not directed specifically at their owner…
Try as we might to keep them fit, we pet owners often feel the temptation to over indulge our furry friends. Not only do we love to see their excitement at the ‘magic word’, we also use treats as a way of bonding with our pets – it makes us feel like we’re good parents! However, over feeding our pets can bring about a variety of health issues, as well as bad habits that can cause a strain on yours and your pet’s relationship. Here are some simple ways to manage your pet’s begging, and promote a positive attitude to food.
If you’ve ever tried to read your cat’s mind, you’ll know just how complex they are. Cats definitely live in a world of their own and do their utmost to not let anyone else in! Not only do they have a whole number of unusual traits that we can’t get our heads around, they also make it blatantly obvious when there’s something wrong, making things even more confusing. In an effort to make reading your cat a little easier, we’ve put this handy little guide together to help you out…
Any owner of an indoor cat will tell you just how peculiar they are as pets – and they’re not far wrong! Yes, they’re fiercely independent, but they’re also incredibly loyal, spending as much time by your side as they possibly can – which often means right through the night. Whilst they’re well behaved for the majority of the time, sleeping for the majority of the day, this does lead to an unfortunate habit…
“A Cat Has Nine Lives. For Three He Plays, For Three He Strays, And For The Last Three He Stays.”
…or so the ancient proverb goes. It’s one of those saying that we all know, but most of us have no idea what it means or where it came from. So, what’s the nine lives thing all about?
Summer heat can really affect a cat. It’s not uncommon for them to change their behaviour almost entirely during the warmer months. However, this is completely normal, and shouldn’t be a cause for concern. Here are a few steps you can take to ensure that your kitty is comfortable throughout the hot season.
Do you know which of the most popular foods are actually bad for your pet’s health and could even prove fatal? Here Are The Foods That You Should Avoid Feeding Your Pets At All Costs.
As animal lovers, we can’t help but want to spend all of our time with our pets, with them reciprocating the notion the majority of the time. Whilst we always have good intentions, we can often act based upon what best suits us, sometimes favouring our needs over those of our pets. It’s easily done – we know that we’ve been guilty – but it does lead us to ask.
To us, our pets are part of the family, but it’s important to remember that they are in fact animals, and have little or no say in what we do with them or where we take them. For cats, in particular, this can be challenging.
“How much should I feed my cat?” is a common question for cat owners. It can seem complicated but feeding your feline companion isn’t complicated, but it is based on a few variables, including the age of your cat, whether you’re feeding wet or dry food and your cat’s activity level.
When Choosing A Cat Sitter, A Meet And Greet Will Be A Great Way Of Helping You Make A Final Decision. But What Questions Should You Ask? We Are Here To Help You Out! Here Are Some Questions You Should Probably Ask From Your Potential Carer.
One of the biggest myths that we’ve adopted is that dogs and cats are mortal enemies. We seem to harbour the illusion that, as soon as they’re in the same room together, all hell will break loose and it’ll be a fight to the death. However, this is just simply not the case.