Up and Coming New Product – Pretty Litter starting Angel’s Eyes


Hello everyone,

It’s very nice to see you again. I have something very special to share with you. It’s so special that it’s a quite a big secret.

Let me make sure no one is around so I can tell you the big secret..
Is anyone under there? Meow….Hello??? Whewww,, I think its clear…


Now that I’m in a quieter spot I can definitely tell you about a Kitty litter that is so special that when your cat acts sick, they are likely in pain. We help you catch potential illness before it develops. Through color-changing litter, Pretty Litter™ catches certain issues early before you see them in your cat.


Here’s a picture of the Litter what it will do when your cat uses this litter.


Pretty Litter helps you catch potential illness early and has advanced odor control, is scoopable, flushable, dust-free, feline-safe, and eco-friendly. We help detect the most common health issues in your cat, all through your cat’s litter.

The average cat owner spends a total of $20 on two 10-pound bags of litter each month. Pretty Litter costs less than supermarket litter at just 3 pounds per bag.
They are have a Pre-order Special and Free Shipping.
Pre-Order Special Prices Through 10/31/2015. First Shipment Sends December 10th
You can follow the links below to Pre-order I ordered mine and will see it in December. I’m very excited to try this Pretty Litter and when I do get my litter I will share it with you all here in December .



Angel’s Eyes followers gets another 10 % discount type PRETTYLITTERGO in promo code for preorder.

Anyway see you soon…
Angel’s Eyes

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Email — founders@prettylitter.co
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Guest Post: The ‘Crazy’ Cat Lady


Hi everyone,

Today’s Guest Post comes from Thirtysomething Belle who will be joining us for further guest posts in the future!:

So, it seems my reputation as a cat lady is well and truly thriving as the years go by. The ‘crazy’ part is debatable…

I’ve have always been animal obsessed. During childhood, I was surrounded by cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters. I’d spend hours in the garden reading with a cat or two on my lap whilst my many rabbits ran around happily digging holes and chomping on my mums flowerbeds.

Within a few months of leaving home, I ended up heading to my local cat shelter and adopting an 8 year old ginger Tom cat creatively named Rusty. He was the size of a small dog and had similar characteristics too! I’d regularly find him taunting the geese in the allotments across from my house and on occasion, Rusty would bring me back ‘delightful’ gifts such as rats, frogs and the odd pigeon. Despite numerous bells on his collar, he was a keen hunter so in the end, I felt I had no choice but to try and keep him indoors as much as possible for the sake of our local wildlife.

Fast forward a few years, two babies and a house move, Rusty started to show signs of getting old. He wasn’t quite as agile as he used to be and his hunting days were well and truly over. He seemed tired and worn out. One morning in February, he went out of our back garden and never returned. I was heartbroken. I still wonder what happened to that gorgeous ginger boy but I hope he found peace.

These days, not much has changed. Our home is currently shared with 3 feline fur babies and hamster named Albert. This is a bitter sweet sentence.

A few weeks ago, we lost a much loved member of our kitty tribe. Dexter was hit by a car on the Sunday night and didn’t make it. We took him to the vets with a tiny glimmer of hope that the black bundle in front of us wasn’t really Dexter but I think in our hearts, we knew the horrible truth. The vet scanned for Dexters chip and gave us the sad news that it was indeed him. He had taken a severe impact on the road so at least there is the small blessing that he didn’t suffer for long. My emotions got the better of me as we arranged for Dexter to be cremated, the tears fell and we left him behind.

He was genuinely one of the sweetest cats I’ve ever owned – and the only one who taught himself to play ‘fetch’. Not that I appreciated this much when being woken at 5am with foam balls all over my bed and an eager cat wanting to play. Dexter was friendly and loving, wanting to cuddle anybody who happened to be on the sofa. I shall sorely miss his company and little owl like face for a long time to come.

Dexter and his brother Luther were acquired under slightly bizarre circumstances. Somebody had cruelly dumped them outside my boyfriend Adams office and they were found hiding in a bush, dangerously close to the road. When I received a picture of these two tiny little faces, I melted. I offered them a home and they quickly became part of our family. The vet gave them a once over and said they looked to be around 5 weeks old. In the coming weeks, their little personalities began to creep out, Dexter was the nosey, boisterous one and Luther, the quiet, reserved runt of the litter. I quickly became attached and loved coming home to be greeted by purrs and cat cuddles. Luther can often be found fast asleep on my 11 year old daughter, Lucies bed with her or just a few paces behind Adam who has become his favourite human!

Oscar is our eldest cat at 6 years old. He came from a litter that my mums cat had and was Lucies birthday present after she’d been asking for her very own pet for a long time! Oscar is a rather cautious cat, picking and choosing the people he trusts carefully. However once you do earn his trust, he is such a lovely, loyal boy who will cuddle happily for hours on end. His favourite place in the world is the bathroom sink. He’s given many unsuspecting visitors a shock over the years! Oscar was not a fan of the kittens initially but after a while, he came around and is happy to share his home – unless they got a bit too close, resulting a warning growl.


In an odd twist of fate, a couple of days after Dexter died, I received a picture of 3 black and white kittens from Adam. Yet again, somebody had dumped them in the office car park in the middle of the night, leaving them in a shoebox by the bins. Luckily, the 2 female kittens found a home together thanks to Adams lovely colleague and the little boy…well, he came home with us!

Lex (or Ludo…we still haven’t settled on his name) has a brilliant temperament. Curious but meek, he has settled in nicely so far and the other cats seem to be tolerating him well considering. I very much doubt that Lex will be my last feline addition and hopefully one day, I will be in a position to be able to foster cats as a few of my friends do.

I would urge anyone looking into getting a new pet to please consider your local rescue centre. Sadly, due to circumstances beyond their control and through no fault of their own, there are far too many animals in dire need of a forever home and can make the most wonderful, loyal pets if given the chance.

I would hope this goes without saying but for crying out loud – neuter your pets! It makes so angry to see these places full of unwanted animals that could of easily been prevented by a simple procedure that every responsible pet owner should be enforcing. As soon as they are old enough, get them to the vets to be neutered, chipped, flea treated, wormed and vaccinated. Until then, keep them indoors. I know many people do not bother but it is so very important and something you must consider before taking on a pet. The cost, the time, the effort involved. So rewarding but a big commitment all the same.

For further advice and re-homing enquiries in the UK, please see the links below:






Originally posted on http://www.thirtysomethingbelle.wordpress.com

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About the author:

British lifestyle blogger. Self confessed cat lady, mama of 2, lover of all things vintage, rockabilly, tattoo, food, travel, adventure and Manchester related. Based in England.

UK Competition: Personalised Cat Word Cloud Wall Sticker

word cloud cat

Hi everyone,

Today we have teamed up with Stickers4Walls to offer those of you in the UK a chance to win a Personalised Cat Word Cloud Wall Sticker.

These are super cure wall stickers that will be made matching your cat’s name in a funky word cloud. :)

But they don’t just do these they have loads of other cat themed stickers as well such as a personalised Love Cats wall sticker:

love cats

Now for the giveaway! One lucky winner will receive a Personalised Cat Word Cloud Wall Sticker.

1. For Tweeting about the event through the GiveawayTool – 4 Chances
2. Sign up for our new newsletter via mail chimp for extra chances. (Bonus chances even if you don’t use Social Media!!!) – 5 Chances
3. Follow us or Stickers4Walls on Twitter – 2 Chances
4. Follow us or Stickers4Walls on Pinterest – 1 Chance
5. Follow us on Bloglovin – 2 Chances
6. Make a comment stating you would like to enter (for those that don’t use social media) – 2 Chances

UK entries only for this one but don’t worry more international ones will come soon! Good luck to everyone. :)

word cloud cat

To enter just click here. Entries will be allowed until x.



Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 62)


Hello everyone,

Welcome to another week of Tummy Rub Tuesday! Oh, and if you haven’t subscribed to our newsletter yet, why not sign up by clicking here to never miss a TRT again. :D

The easiest way to join TRT is by sending us photos to info@katzenworld.co.uk.

Please find below the photos for this week:

Meet Meep from Never A Dull Bling!


There are no words to adequately describe the cuteness of this little fella! Joining us from Snapshots, Styles and Smiles.

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Meet Sid who is patiently waiting for his guest story to appear. In the meantime you can check out his blog here.

Black cats rule! ;) So they shouldn’t be missing in Tummy Rub Tuesday! Coco is back for another round of rubs. :D


A tummy rub photo Tribute for Cosmo – his family runs a blog here!

This super cute entry comes from A Photo A Day Challenge.


And last but not least important another black cat from our friend CatNoirCC on Twitter. :D

And in case you missed last week’s post click here to see the full list!

Now we need ALL of you! Do you want to see your cat featured and join our fun blog roll? Follow the steps below. :D

All you need to do is post a photo or photo story of your furfriend on your own Blog and add your post link onto our linky app by clicking here or by leaving a comment with the direct link.

Should you not have an own Blog you can participate by sending us an email with your photo to info@katzenworld.co.uk – just let us know what you would like to have listed as source! :)

And to make it fair your cat photos don’t have to be a tummy shot we do understand that not all cats like showing off their belly! So any fun photo story will be fine but tummy ones will be even better :D

And on next weeks #TRT we will be posting photos with links back to all you guys in the weekly Tummy Rub Tuesday post!!!

A big thank you to all participants from all of us here at Katzenworld.

Not on WordPress but would like to follow us? We are on Bloglovin too! :)

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Cat Travel: Neko Maru Cat Cafe – 猫まるカフェ Ueno Part 2


Hi everyone,

We are back for Part 2 of our visit to the Neko Maru cat cafe. :)

Let’s have a look at another one of their cute resident cats.

One of my personal favourites was a cute little Scottish Fold.

Is it only me or does he always look a bit scared and super alert? :o

What? You want me to pick you up? Sorry that’s against the house rules! :(

There is something up there that you’d like? Really? :O

Tell me what it is and I may get it down for you?

Hmmm…. Right… Better stay out of reach of those claws LOL

To be continued in Part 3 of our series of cats from Neko Maru!

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Moving On Up

"Has everything stopped being moved yet?"
Moving home can be quite a big stress for humans. And even more so for our furry friends.

Cats are unlikely to understand what’s going on when suddenly their home becomes full of boxes and the familiar items that they are used to are disappearing into those boxes. Then moving day comes and they get shut into a room so they don’t get under foot whilst everything is being moved in and out, until the moment that they too get put into their own boxes and loaded into a vehicle.

And even getting to the new home doesn’t stop the stress, at least not immediately. Now the cats are in a strange new place, with strange new smells, and they still get shut into one room to avoid getting squished whilst the hustle and bustle goes on in the rest of the apartment/house.

It’s easy to see how stressful this can be for cats.

If you hadn’t worked it out yet, we recently moved. It wasn’t a small move, either. Our cats ended up spending about 7 hours in a car to move 500km north to our new home.

There were a few steps we took to make the move easier for the cats.

Confining them to a single room on moving day, both before and after the actual moving, is actually a very good thing. It helps prevent them being stressed by, well, all the things that are moving around them! And of course it means they can’t escape out of doors that have been left open for moving furniture through. Continuing to confine the cats to one area in the new home is also a good idea because it allows them to acclimatise before being exposed to the whole new place. If your cats are outdoor cats you should keep them inside at first, to make sure they know that this new place is home before they go outside.

A familiar island amongst a sea of boxesOur vets suggested giving our cats some calming medication starting a couple of days before the move took place. We also had a hormone spray to help keep them calm, which was sprayed in the old flat in the days leaving up to the move, in their carry boxes before they went in them on moving day, and in the living room of the new flat (the room they were first introduced to) ready for their arrival. (Side note – please consult your vet or another expert before medicating your cat!)

Once the cats got to the new flat we tried to have the room as ready for them as possible. Whilst we obviously couldn’t get everything in and unpacked immediately (two weeks later and we’re still far from unpacked!) we made sure to have their essentials in place – litter trays and water were the priority. We also gave them blankets, which of course would smell familiar to them. And as soon as we were able we moved the cat trees into the room to give them places to climb (and hide), even if the trees would later be moved somewhere else.

Luckily it didn’t take long for the cats to get themselves settled in, and they seem perfectly happy here now!


Lady Joyful

Have you moved house with your cat? Do you have any tips to share for making the whole process easier on our furry friends?

Katzenworld art by Bea Gifted – Oliver final version :)

Hi everyone,


Over the next few weeks we will be posting each individual piece of finished artwork. Today we are starting with Oliver. This final artwork has come a long way from the initial sketches and I hope you’ll agree with me that Bea Gifted has done an amazing job!

Of course caught in his usual up to no good position. ;)

I am also happy to announce that all keyrings – including the original ones are now available for a new lower price of 2£ or local currency equivalent as I have managed to source them cheaper without compromising quality. And if you enter katzenworld10 during checkout you’ll get an extra 10% off! All of these are available in our our Merchandise section!

And remember purchasing from our online store sees much of the profit go to charity! :)

Please do let me know if there is anything in particular that you would like us to produce as merchandise and I’ll see what can be done!

Oh and don’t forget to sign up to our Newsletter here (if you haven’t done so already. :D)



Guest Star: Bamboo


Hi everyone,

Today’s guest post comes from Bamboo and his human companion Lulu!

Meow. I’m sure you must have heard my human talk about me. My name is Bamboo. I think I come up in her everyday conversation (she really loves me, I am the center of her universe, so… Makes sense). Together, we live happily in beautiful, coastal British Columbia. I am currently 2 and a half years old! I am so adorable, check me out: :P

Well... I've got better photos (see below!)

Well… I’ve got better photos (see below!)

I want to share with you all the things I enjoy! Life as a cat is full of mystery, and often times I am so busy chasing invisible critters, and getting pet, and self grooming, and eating, and napping, and staring out the window… Have I mentioned I really like ear scratches? Well I really like them. I deserve a lot of ear scratches. Yeah, ear scratches are the best… 

Before I get distracted (there are lots around the house that can distract a cat, let me tell you that!) I must share with you a little bit of my history with my human…:

Everyday is Caturday.

Everyday is Caturday.

It was Spring of 2013. I was 9.5 weeks old, when my human first stepped in the house where I was born. I was scurrying around, climbing up the curtains with my sibling—it was just down to me and my sister (out of 4 of us, the other two—my brothers—were already adopted to new forever homes). Rumor has it that my human originally wanted to pick up the calico kitten—my sister (I think she just wasn’t aware how cute I was)… But my, am I glad she changed her mind when she saw my furry face of awesome! I am glad it all happened the way it did; my human wanted the calico but turns out, my sister had already been ‘claimed’ by another family on their way to meet her, so my human was sad. Then she saw me, a black and grey tabby kitten who looked identical to my (biological cat) mommy. My human heard my momma cat’s owners tell her that I was the last remaining adoptable kitten; I was really energetic and healthy, but because of my very “normal” coat, I was “less desirable” than my siblings (a calico, a tuxedo, and a grey tuxedo). My human fell in love with me, though. She decided every cat of any coat and colour deserves love and snuggles, and there was nothing wrong with my tabbiness! She thought I was adorable, and though she originally wanted a girl kitty, on April 10th, 2013, I came home with her instead. What a twist of fate! But as they say… The best things happen to those who wait. I am awarded with a fantastic human mommy now, because I was the Patient One. :)

This photo is golden. It was my first car ride …headed HOME with my human! Apr 10, 2013

Though I was not officially adopted from an SPCA or shelter, I would say that my human had ‘rescued’ me. My siblings and I were an accident and we were too much for my (cat) mommy’s owner, who is an older gentleman and doesn’t have time for kitten shenanigans. We were set up for adoption, and it was the last days before he would had to have brought us to a shelter. Thank goodness for my human to my rescue! Since the day I came home with my human, I’ve been fed premium food, a brand called Nutrience. I threw up Whiskas treats in the car on the first ride home, so now my human gets treats from my vet instead (haha, I am a high maintenance one, but a healthy cat is a happy cat!) Recently, I developed some small crystals in my urine, and it hurt a lot! After some tests at the vet, my human put me on a prescription diet by Science Diet, called C/D for urinary health. First kibbles, but I think I’ve found my most favourite: Science Diet C/D in Ocean Fish, canned food. Mm-mm, good! And now, no more crystals, plus my human says my coat is shinny and soft like a rabbit! …Wait, where’s the rabbit? I am also fixed, tattooed (like my human mommy), and I am microchipped. All fabulous precautions should I get lost! Even though I’m an indoor cat, but better safe than sorry—my human is a practical and a caring individual. And now… Well here I am. :D

My human loves to capture my silly moments… I will share with you a little ‘photo album’ (some which my human has already blogged about previously).

+things I like to do:

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Mews: Baby Clouded Leopard

Hi everyone,

This little baby leopard was born in Lowry Park in Tampa. A shame we hadn’t known about this wen we went to Florida! I would have loved meeting the little one. :)

At least we have a video that someone sent in to us via Facebook hehe

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baby leopard



Oliver & Nubia: Catnip! Denim! Crinkly noise. It’s a Crispy Kicker. :D


Hello everyone,

It’s Oliver here. :D

We unpacked another one of our Crispy Kickers today. This one is a Denim version. :)

Oliver and Crispy Kicker

Oliver: This is mine and no one else shall have it!

Nubia: *Angry tail flap* There is a whole bag of them… Let me have one of them too!

Crispy Kicker and Oli

Oliver: Only after I am done. :o

Oliver chewing

Oliver: This is so tasty!

Oliver scratching

Oliver: Ugh… Itch! Must not let go of it though…

Nubia: Right! Your time is over now!!!

Nubia: So much fun. :D

Nubia and Oliver

Nubia: Didn’t I tell you this is mine too… Move on!

Oliver: Fine! :o

Nubia exhausted

Nubia: Right I am exhausted now… time for bed. :D


Oliver: What???? You can’t go to bed now!

Nubia: Yes I can…

Oliver: We haven’t told them where to find these!

Nubia: Oh you are right! They can be found in TheMelloCät’s Dewanda Online shop or on Etsy. Postage cost will be calculated during checkout.

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Signed by

His Meowjesty King Oliver the Maker of Mischief



Her Meowjesty Queen Nubia the Disturber of Peace