Many people have several pets in their families. But when one of them is a natural predator, and the other is, well, potential prey, can they get on?
Indoor vs outdoor cats? Which side of the fence are you on when it comes to this ongoing debate? In the UK, the majority of cat owners allow their cats to come and go as they please, while a small percentage of pawrents prefer keeping their cats inside. Both approaches have their benefits, as well as a few cons,
Are you wondering why a stray cat pops up at your front door as soon as you get home from work? Or perhaps it is propped up against the door with a look of “where the heck have you been, human? I’ve been waiting for you for hours!” Your first thought might be to shoo it away, so it doesn’t get too familiar, or give it a treat and send it on its way. But have ever asked yourself what exactly does it mean when a stray cat comes to your house?
As cute as your kitten is when it arrives, you know there is going to come a day that it’s no longer a tiny ball of fuzzy adorableness. But at what stage is a kitten considered an adult and when do cats stop growing? We are answering this question, as well as few others related to the growth stages of our fabulous felines.
How fluent in feline are you? We bet if you turned to the person next to you now and asked them what noise a cat makes, the answer would be ‘meow’. Although this is partly true, they also make a whole lot of other sounds. While the more common noises like purring and meowing are heard during the day, cats have an entirely new repertoire at night.
Us Brits are a flora and fauna-loving nation, spending over £2 billion a year on plants and flowers. But did you know that some of these could be putting your furbaby at serious risk? Although most are safe and might just cause some irritation or sneezing, there are at least 150 varieties that are toxic to cats.