Winter for cats and their owners often means snuggling up in front of the fireplace or getting cosy under the blanket, but what about the millions of outdoor cats that have nowhere to go? Take a look at our top tips to help stray cats get through the cold winter here in the UK. 10 … Read more
Unfortunately, when it comes to stray cats in the UK, it’s not necessarily a case of ‘finders keepers, losers weepers’. According to the Theft Act of 1968, cats are considered property in the UK, which means that a lost or stray cat belongs to its owner, and you need to do everything possible to return it to its rightful and original owner.
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?
Unfortunately, the UK has over nine million stray cats and approximately one and a half million feral cats. And the problem shows no signs of abating. Cats can find themselves homeless for a number of reasons, including abandonment, or getting lost during or after a move. Whatever the circumstances, it is crucial that you know … Read more