Archive

November 2014

28/11/2014

How can you Help a Cat this Christmas?

Cats are such an important part of the lives of so many of us, and the festive period is such a good time to make a difference in their lives. If you’re passionate about cats and are interested in learning ways in which you can transform the life of one this Christmas, we’re here to help. We’ve put together a list of just some of the ways in which you can make an enormous difference to a feline friend. Volunteer your time at a shelter You can volunteer your time and services... Read More

21/11/2014

What to do if your Cat has Ingested something Poisonous

Cats can be notoriously fussy when it comes to what they like to eat, so many people think that it’s uncommon for them to ingest something poisonous, especially in comparison to dogs. However, due to the curious nature of cats and their hunting instincts, it’s unfortunately not as uncommon as you’d think. How can a cat become poisoned? Cats can be poisoned from a number of factors, whether it’s physically eating something that contains harmful toxins that upset their digestive system, or whether it’s from something getting on their coat... Read More

17/11/2014

Cat Treats vs Poison – A Pet Health Infographic

You know how it is: Your cat does those blinking, loving eyes. Pawing at you while you eat. If they could talk, they’d be complimenting your culinary skills. ‘I love the way you’ve combined the colours in your dish, there.’ Tiddles purrs. You thank Tiddles. You are happy because you’ve been working hard on presentation recently. You’re so happy that Tiddles gets a nice juicy piece of chicken liver to himself. ‘I’d love to eat that,’ Tiddles paws the liver piece back along the floor toward you. ‘But the high amounts of... Read More

14/11/2014
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Tips for keeping your Guinea Pigs Happy and Healthy

Guinea pigs make fantastic pets, and in return for how much they give us, it’s so important that we make sure they’re looked after properly so they can live their lives to the full. We’ve put some tips together for keeping your guinea pigs happy and healthy, along with some useful facts and info. Ensure their cage or hutch is sufficient to their needs Most cages in high street pet stores can be really pricey, and more often than not, they’re fairly bad value for money as they don’t always... Read More

07/11/2014

A Guide to your Rabbit’s Dietary Requirements

Rabbits soon become a firm part of the whole family, so we always want the very best for them in terms of their health, diet and nutrition. As they can’t tell us what to feed them, and aren’t usually as vocal as dogs or cats if something is wrong due to their diet, it’s essential that you look into what you should be feeding them to keep them as happy and healthy as possible. We’ve put together a guide to help show you what should be in your rabbit’s diet... Read More