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Tips for keeping pets happy and healthy over the festive season Watch our video with Steve Backshall and vet Paul Manktelow to get clued up While most of us love the festive season, for pet owners it can throw up some unique challenges and pitfalls. Routines such as walking and feeding times, and many of the things we do regularly with our pets at certain times can go out the w...

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How to keep your pets happy, healthy and safe during Halloween, Bonfire Night and autumn. Watch our video with Steve Backshall and vet Paul Manktelow to get clued up With autumn here and the summer temperatures long gone, it’s a great time to get outside with your dog for some long and enjoyable walks through the falling leaves, ahead of winter. But while many pet owners ...

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Need some tips on how to prepare your pets for the summer months? Watch our video with Steve Backshall and vet Paul Manketelow to get clued up. Just what do we need to know to make sure our pets are happy and healthy in the summer months? All too often it’s obvious things that get forgotten, from hydration to parasite protection to heat stroke.  Hydration is absolutely...

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  Many rescues struggle with the weight of too many abandoned senior cats, who are sadly overlooked just because of their age. But an adult or eldery cat can be the ideal match for first-time cat owners, or those who work - see why below!   Older cats are typically waiting far longer in rescue centres, causing their stress levels to rise whilst waiting for a new home. ...

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You have probably thought about the old saying "fight like cat and dog". And have surely questioned the validty of such popular belief. Don't worry, you are not the only one who has ever thought that way, Most people are really convinced about the stereotypical hateful relationship shared by dogs and cats. The truth, however, is far from it.   Nature While...

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Are you single? Looking for the perfect partner? Why don't you stop at the nearest animal shelter and adopt a cat? Oh, so you still need more reasons? In that case, we're going to grab some ideas from SPCA Auckland, in New Zealand that will certainly convince you that a cat is the ideal companion to live with.   The kiwi cat rescuers have so many cats on their facilitie...

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CATS IN ANCIENT EGYPT   1. A new study, conducted by scientists in 2014 suggests that the ancient Egyptians cared for domesticated cats as long ago as in 3,700 BC. Until recent times it was thought that cats were first domesticated in the African country around 1,950 BC.   2. Evidence of pet felines has also been found in China, indicating farmers cared for cats in 3,3...

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Many of our pets find the taste of antifreeze very attractive. But ingesting the smallest amount of it can cause severe kidney failure and ultimately, death, especially in cats. The RSPCA and International Cat Care (formerly Feline Advisory Bureau) are involved in a campaign to remind people to take care. Accidental poisonings from spills or leaks, as well as leaking water coolant from ...

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Believe it or not even though you may think of your cat as a picky eater there is still a lot of things out there that they should not eat but they do! So you of course must be careful about this. We have compiled a list of dangerous foods that you should not feed your cat. Some, such as tuna, are ok in moderation but others like sweets and alcohol are a big no-no.   Tuna - The fir...

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Cats can become very stressed and tense at times and this is no surprise. Cats were originally desert animals and of course their natural habitat is one of solitude and sparseness. Placing them in a busy city with roads and humans everywhere can be a huge change to an instinctive lifestyle that it would have been used to.   Anxiety and stress are caused by three factors ...

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