Salt and Grit Poses Danger to Pets


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When winter sets in and temperatures begin to drop, the gritters soon appear to make our footpaths and roads safer. Unfortunately, whilst salt and grit reduces the risks of icy roads to humans, the material does nothing to enhance the safety of our pets and can even pose a health risk.

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

More Feline Deaths Linked to Croydon Cat Killer


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We have previously highlighted the disturbing activities of the individual who has been labelled the Croydon Cat Killer. The killings and mutilations began in the Croydon area but there have been incidents across the South East. There had already been more than 400 crimes attributed to the killer but you can now add 5 further […]

Friday, December 15th, 2017

Cats in the News


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We thought that we should bring you a round-up of the stories featuring cats which have made headlines recently – just in case you missed them! Adorable and mischievous moggies across the globe are always up to something so it’s worth keeping your finger on the pulse! Potty Kitties An American cat owner who grows […]

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

Why You Should Be More Cat


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A new book by French author Stéphane Garnier suggests that the secret to happiness and success is to live more like your cat. Tell us something we don’t know! Cats do seem to have nailed the old work life balance thing, don’t they? They always appear to be rested and they have the knack of […]

Monday, November 13th, 2017

Unlikely Feline Survivor


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Grenfell Tower resident Kerry O’Hara escaped her 6th floor flat during the infamous fire. When she realised that she would have to evacuate the building, she was in a terrible state of panic. The experience was extremely traumatic and made worse by the fact that she had to rush out of her flat and leave […]

Monday, October 16th, 2017

World’s Oldest Cat Dies


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The cat though to be the oldest in the world has recently died at the age of 32. Nutmeg the Tabby did not feature in the Guinness Book of World Records because his precise age could not be verified but he was found as a stray when already an adult cat in 1990. Adopting a […]

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

An Unlikely Friendship


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Sometimes pets form the most unlikely friendships. Although these do not include a budding relationship between by friend’s working cocker and a rabbit that she almost hunted down in the park this week. I was walking the spaniel when she took off across a field towards what I thought was a small dog on a […]

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

Pets and Hurricane Irma


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The Caribbean islands and Florida have recently been battered by one of the worst hurricanes the region has ever experienced. The residents of Florida had the opportunity to see the devastation in the Caribbean before deciding whether or not to heed the warnings to evacuate their homes. Most people in the danger zone did decide […]

Thursday, September 21st, 2017

The Croydon Cat Killer


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More than 250 pets have been found dead and decapitated around the country area since 2014. The killing spree began in the Croydon area and many of the killings have taken place in South London and Surrey. Also known as the M25 Killer, this sadistic murderer has been the feature of a television documentary. Most […]

Sunday, September 3rd, 2017

Why Do Cats Love a Good Head Scratch?


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If you have ever owned a cat, you will doubtless have discovered that they love it when you pet them on their head. Cats just adore being scratched and tickled around the head and can almost fall into a trance as they soak in the pure pleasure of the experience! But what is so special […]

Friday, September 1st, 2017

Cat Panting – Should You be Worried?


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You might discover that your cat is panting but is this normal behaviour or should you head straight for the vet’s? Cat’s don’t usually pant but there’s often nothing to worry about. Here are the reasons why they sometimes pant and what you need to do: Heat and Excitement Cats sometimes pant after a vigorous […]

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

The Trend for Cat Walking


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There has been a growing trend for walking cats. But the RSPCA is warning that our furry friends might be stressed by the experience. A growing number of cat owners have taken to walking their cat on a lead. Many cats are confined to their homes in towns and cities either because there is no […]

Saturday, August 26th, 2017

Curly-Haired Cats


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There are many breeds of cat and our feline friends boast a variety of coat colours, lengths and patterns. Siamese cats are very different in appearance to Persians and Ragdolls bear little similarity to British blues. We are all used the various different looks and everyone has their favourites. What you might not expect to […]

Friday, August 25th, 2017

Super Annoying Things Kittens Do


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You’ll be hard pushed to find somebody who doesn’t like kittens, or at the very least finds them somewhat adorable. Whether it’s the way they try to practice pouncing (faces all focused while their little butts do a dance) or just their tiny, fluffy faces there is no doubt that Kittens are one of the […]

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017