Coronavirus and your Cat

Coronavirus and your Cat

CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR CAT DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK? With the entire world going into shut down due to coronavirus in the last few weeks, there are obvious concerns about public events, our animals and contagion. There have been reports of people abandoning their...
FIP and Cats – Misunderstood and misdiagnosed

FIP and Cats – Misunderstood and misdiagnosed

FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis) is a fatal disease in both domestic and wild cat populations worldwide. Although seemingly rare in pet households, in breeder or shelter situations, it is more common. Many owners and breeders worldwide have felt the effects of this...
Introducing your Kitten to its new home

Introducing your Kitten to its new home

Preparing your home for your kitten Introducing a new kitten to your other pets and young children need to be a process treated with much care and patience and it may take a good few weeks for your kitten to settle completely. Your home should be prepared well in...
Fireworks and Cats – An Immune System Overload!

Fireworks and Cats – An Immune System Overload!

Fireworks can affect your animals in many ways as they have very highly attuned senses! What is not often considered is how the stress of big bangs can subsequently affect your cats’ immune system.Recognising Signs of AnxietyJust like humans, cats can get...
When is a kitten old enough to leave?

When is a kitten old enough to leave?

This is a question many potential owners will ask and the reasons for when we allow a kitten to leave our homes are often not obvious. When is a kitten old enough to leave a breeder? A kitten is ready to leave its new home around 12 weeks of age however there are many...