Introducing Two Cats in One Household

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Introducing Two Cats in One Household

Are you thinking of welcoming a new cat into your home as a friend for your already much loved feline? We understand it can be very tempting to want to have a new kitten at home and it’s somewhat easy to romanticise the idea that your cats will become best friends at the first meeting… Read more »

Walking your cat on a lead

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Walking your cat on a lead

You have probably seen articles and videos of people taking their cats out for a walk with a lead and harness. It is becoming ever more popular, particularly in America. We thought we would present you with some information on this so you can make up your own mind whether you think this is of… Read more »

Is your cat an avid hunter?

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Is your cat an avid hunter

Is your cat an avid hunter, going out at all hours of the day trying to get itself a tasty snack? Do you find mice and birds lying around the house? Cats have years of evolution behind them and their hunting instincts are completely natural to them therefore as pet owners, despite the mess it… Read more »

Keeping Your Cat Warm in Cold Weather

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Keeping Your Cat Warm in Cold Weather

January and February can be quite cold months for all of us. As we can all wrap our warm, it isn’t quite as simple for our feline friends. We have come up with some great tips for helping your cat keep warm in these approaching cold weeks! Cats are clever creatures and in the winter… Read more »

Amanda Nicholls extols the importance of monitoring and treating cat obesity, and offers a case of what her practice and its team does

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Amanda Nicholls extols the importance of monitoring and treating cat obesity, and offers a case of what her practice and its team does.

Earlier this year, Alex German told an audience of veterinary professionals at the UK’s first weight management congress in Nottingham obesity wasn’t something that interested vets, with a majority preferring to focus on more “complex and exciting” areas, such as surgery and internal medicine (“Vets urged to do more to tackle obesity crisis”, VT48.11). However,… Read more »