Spring fun with Angel Eyes

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When its hot and humid outside and you don’t have anything to do. I have a great game for you! Purr…. You don’t have to have a Spring Toy you can use another toy that you like to bat on the floor.

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I just happen to have this fun spring that I have been playing with on the floor that I used for this game.

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All you need is tissue paper and a toy that will not be to big or to small to hide. To start the game have your mom or dad hide the toy under the tissue paper then you get to go seek for your toy. Purr….

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I even use my mouth to lift the tissue paper to see where the toy went when I get tired of looking.. Ha,Ha!!

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I’m sure you can find a different way to play this game or even make your own game. Purr…


Just remember to always have fun and it’s great exercise for indoor kitties that don’t get much exercise. If you have any fun games that you would like to share with me I would love to hear them. Just leave a comment on here so I can have mom read them for me.
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Mews: Happy World Tiger Day!

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Hi everyone,

Let’s take a moment celebrate World Tiger Day together with the people from WWF and Whiskas who are doing a lot to help and support Tiger sanctuaries. :)

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On World Tiger Day, Whiskas would like to celebrate another fantastic year partnering with WWF

Whiskas cares for all cats, big and small, and our partnership with WWF will help protect wild tigers, their habitat and future. Since the start of our partnership, we have raised £930,000 to protect tigers as we work towards doubling their numbers in the wild by 2022.

This year saw us raise another £330,000 for WWF through sales of Whiskas products and a hugely successful consumer donation campaign. Consumers donated a massive £40,000, which Whiskas matched.

Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris) cub. USA

We focus on protecting tigers in the Terai Arc region of Nepal. It’s one of the few remaining strongholds for this magnificent species, home to around 200 adult tigers.The money raised by Whiskas and the public has gone towards the following activities in Nepal: 

  • Establishing 17 new community anti-poaching units comprising over 90 volunteer members protecting tigers in Nepal. 
  • Providing solar power sets to 35 ranger guard posts in Nepal and rolling-out new improved anti-poaching patrol technology across all the protected areas of Nepal’s Terai Arc. We’ve already trained 200 patrol team members and will be distributing mobile patrol handsets soon.
  • Training 80 local communities living alongside tigers on different wildlife monitoring techniques, and over 130 police officers in Nepal on tackling the illegal wildlife trade.
  • Delivering vital equipment to anti-poaching patrol teams, including more than 75 new bikes to cover large distances, tents, torches and sleeping bags for night patrols.
  • Supporting the Government of Nepal to organise a Symposium in 2015 where representatives from 13 Asian countries committed to urgent action to achieve the goal of ‘Zero Poaching in Asia’.

This support means a lot to the WWF team in Nepal and to the local people they work alongside who are as passionate as ever to help protect their tigers and other wildlife. Whiskas’ support helps to keep this enthusiasm and conservation knowledge going with regular training and outreach – for example, on 3rd March 2015 more than 4,000 people attended a community anti-poaching celebration!

Please join us in celebrating World Tiger Day by raising awareness of the plight of tigers around the world. I’ve included some images that @Whiskas_UK and @WWF_UK will be sharing tomorrow on Twitter & Facebook, don’t forget to include #doubletigers to help spread the word!

And watch out for more news from Whiskas and WWF next year, as we look to hit the £1million mark and look forward eagerly to the next global tiger count.


The Whiskas Team 



I am glad that there are people out there protecting the large cousins of our feline companions. :D

Do you have local companies taking part in similar campaigns? :)

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Tips & Advice: Keeping Your Kitty Calm

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Hi everyone,

Please find below some useful tips in form of a Guest Post by the team from Pets at Home:

Keeping Your Kitty Calm

Whether your cat is a little anxious or the total opposite – a little too excitable! – it can be really helpful to have some fail-safe techniques stored in your back pocket for the times you may need to encourage some calmer behaviour. This could be useful at times when you need to keep your cat still as you trim their nails, or even to soothe them if playtime goes just a little bit too far. Regardless of the circumstances in which you might need them, here are some of our top tips for keeping our feline friends cool, calm and collected!

If I fits, I sits

It’s a well-known (and frequently super-cute) fact that if there’s something cat-sized to sit in, they 100% will sit in it! A laundry basket full of clean clothes, the sink or even the cardboard box you’re trying to take out to recycle, for your cat, the important thing they’re getting from these enclosed spaces is a feeling of safety. Within them, they can feel much more secure – which makes popping a small box or two around the home a great idea if you’re looking to promote a greater sense of calm in your kitty day-to-day.

I might not go to work, but I like to be kept busy


Though it might seem like your cat is perfectly happy to chill out and laze around the house (likely in all the places they’re not usually allowed!) when you’re out at work, the reality is that this extra rest means that energy is being stored up ready to use when you get home later. Instead, it’s worth investing in some cat toys that they can keep themselves amused with throughout the day! Automated ones that don’t have to include human interaction work best, and squeaky or jingly toys can add additional sensory fun. Of course, when you do come home, be sure to take the time to interact and play with your cat too! Though you might be tired, spending around 20 minutes actively playing with them can help tire them out for the night too.

If you need me to be still for a moment, try covering my eyes

Sometimes, a kitty is just so overloaded with sensory experiences, eliminating one of the big ones can help encouraging a degree of calm. Gently placing a small blindfold, or even your hand over your cat’s eyes means that they would no longer have the sight element concerning them – instinctually, this means that your cat may well become visibly calmer. Though they will undoubtedly become irritated by these before too long, those few seconds of calm can allow you to carefully clip their claws, take a closer look at their fur and skin or even to help them relax before you go to bed.

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Worldwide Giveaway: Cat brooch and ear-rings from Bits of Australia

Hi everyone,

Today we would like to introduce you to the wonderful cat range from Bits of Australia! They produce loads of fantastic gifts so well worth checking them out!

Here are just some of the items in their cat range:

Which one in the gallery is your favourite? We are personally very torn between the chubby tuxedo and the black cats haha. ;)

Bits of Australia – www.bitsofaustralia.com.au – was founded in April 2014 by Micaela Smith, after living in the UK and then returning to Australia, and finding it near impossible to source authentic Australian-made gifts and souvenirs for family and friends. 
Bits of Australia brings together a wide range of handcrafts, homewares, jewellery, fashion accessories, stationery, toys and souvenirs that are designed and made right there in Australia. 
Bits of Australia is dedicated to promoting Australian-made products, artists, designers and organisations both locally and to the world. Shipping within Australia is free for orders over $30 and we offer a flat rate International shipping fee of $15.

As for the giveaway… ONE of you lucky readers has a chance to win the


Crazy Cat Lady brooch AND…


… the matching earrings. :)

Giveaway Rules:

Just pop your email address into our giveaway tool by clicking here and gain chances to win by doing any of the following (you can complete as many as you like to increase your chances of winning):

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 Bits of Australia on Twitter – 4 Chances
4. Follow us or Bits of Australia on Pinterest – 1 Chance
5. Visit us or Bits of Australia on Facebook – 1 Chance
6. Follow us on Bloglovin – 2 Chances
7. Make a comment stating you would like to enter (for those that don’t use social media) – 2 Chances

The giveaway will run for 2 weeks until August 11th 2015.

And now don’t forget to enter the giveaway here. :D

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Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 52)


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:


Tippi from LIVING WITH MY ANCESTORS sure is very long. :D


Meet Mitzi…


… and Roxie from moonlight phoenix has risen.

And Bamboo from Lulu Scribbles is back for another round of tummy rubs! :D

Meet Sylvester from A fiery spirit. It was his birthday recently so don’t forget to wish him a happy birthday! :D
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Meet Ponkan and…

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… Howie from MoéGrrL!


A very special guest is Milwee and this is a post in his honor!


Meet Newton who has been submitted by one of our Twitter friends.


And last for today but no less important is Aiko who has been sent in via email by Chhaaya. :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.

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Cat Travel: Maison de Moggy


Hi everyone,

As some of you may know I recently went on a work trip to Scotland using a rather toy like plane haha. Little did I know that there was a cat cafe in Edinburgh! Luckily someone I met there pointed this out to me so of course I couldn’t resist and after a long day of work (got up at 5 am =_=) I decided to make a “brief” stop at the cafe on my way to the hotel!

Upon arrival you can tell that the owner (Laura O’Neill) has done her research well and it really feels like you are walking into a cat cafe in the heart of Japan!

The walkways were amazing and it really made me want to be one of the cats there haha!

The walkways went all around the place giving their cats loads of freedom and space to play with. :D

And just for the hell of it I took a picture from “cats perspective”- yep I was lying on the floor for this shot hehe.

Of course cats WERE in the cafe I just ended up taking loads of photos of the purrtastic design. :D Meet Jacques a beautiful Norwegian Forest cat!

He really liked climbing through the holes in the walkways. Since he is so big it made quite a “oomph” when he jumped down. ;o

Of course being a cafe you can enjoy a cuppy and a slize of cake that’s if you can get past the cute cat  guardian to grab the menu! This is a Maine Coon and her name is Pauline. She is still a youngster btw and will probably be bigger than jacques!

Prices at the cafe were very reasonable and I shall have to be back to sample their cakes! “Unfortunately” I was completly stuffed from cake and cookies from all my work visits haha.

And last photo for todays post is a picture of Laura who started this cafe and Guillaume a beautiful and very regal cat!

If you are going to Edinburgh I would highly recommend taking the time to spend an hour to relax and recover in Maison de Moggy who are  located not too far from Waverly or Haymarket station. The address is 17 – 19 West Port, Edinburgh EH1 2JA

To find out more about Maison de Moggy visit their website or Facebook page. Already made up your mind? You can book a slot here!

I’ll be back soon to show you all of their various cats! :)



Cats of Colour

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Cats come in many sizes, many degrees of fluffiness, and many, many colours.

Living with me and my husband currently are a black cat with a little white, a white cat with a little black, and a half-white-half-grey tabby cat with a puzzle for a face! Other cats in my extended family include the two blue-grey and white boys owned by my parents-in-law, two black cats owned by my brother-in-law, a ginger fluffball and a tortoiseshell living with my older brother, and a black, a grey, and a tortie-and-white (calico) living with my dad and his partner.

Little IlonaYes, we like cats in my family. And they are all beautiful.

I also fostered kittens for a couple of months about two years ago. A very worthwhile thing to do, and something I’d love to do again sometime. Our foster kittens were a black and white girl, a silky blue-grey boy with a little white on his chest, and a stunningly beautiful little girl who was a patchwork of white, light grey tabby with dark stripes, and ginger patches.

As someone who sometimes writes blogs about cats – and takes photos for that purpose – I’ve come to greatly appreciate the nuances of their colours. The primarily black cats can be difficult to photograph because of the lack of contrast in their colouration, especially if the lighting at the time Pretty Siiriis less than optimal. For cats with varied colours – like the kittens, for example – it can be much easier to truly capture their beauty.

What’s the most interesting/unusual colouration of cat you’ve owned? Or perhaps you happened to see a particularly unique looking cat once. Let us know in the comments!


Lady Joyful


Charity Mews: Cats Protection Opens Pop-up Homing Centre for City Cats!

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Hi everyone,

Cats Protection has launched an awesome new way of rehoming poor kitties in need of forever homes today. Their new Pop-up homing centre is located in Mitcham and can be re-located when necessary. More details below. :)

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THE nation’s leading cat welfare charity is set to open its first pop-up homing centre to encourage London’s pet lovers to adopt a city cat.
Cats Protection launched its first ‘transportable’ homing centre in Mitcham, South London, today Saturday July 25.
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In just 10 weeks the charity transformed an empty warehouse into a fully-equipped rehoming centre – complete with conference room, veterinary facilities and dozens of ultra-modern spacious pens.
Cats Protection chiefs will cut the ribbon at an official opening of the centre this Saturday and South London’s prospective adopters, volunteers and cat fosterers are being invited to tour the pens and see the cats (11am-4pm).

London is home to an estimated 1.5million cats and the Mitcham centre is the charity’s first step in targeting urban areas identified as being of high need.

The pop up, which aims to find homes for up to 50 cats each month, is a groundbreaking project for the charity and the building model is set to be rolled out across other locations over the next five years.
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Rosie Wheeler, Deputy Manager at Cats Protection Mitcham Homing Centre, said: “It’s so exciting to be involved in this project. There is so much potential for Cats Protection to grow through the Mitcham centre.

“There is some great work going on at Mitcham and we will be working with other organisations to ensure that we are here for the urban cat population.  That is what it is all about after all; helping cats find loving homes.

“It’s really important to give these cats a second chance in life so we welcome anyone who would like to adopt or foster a cat to come down and visit us.”

Mitcham Homing Centre, which is located at Unit 3-4 Boundary Business Court, on Church Road, is part of a new trailblazing building programme by Cats Protection.
The building model, which has been under construction for several years, is designed so that the centre’s internal structure can be ‘transported’ to another urban area of need if demand in Mitcham drops in the future.
The centre is made up of pre-fabricated modular units, which were ‘slotted’ into the 7,500 square foot warehouse after being constructed offsite. If demand changes, the structure can be removed, loaded on to a lorry and transported to another area.
As well as benefiting from a much quicker build, the programme has saved the charity hundreds of thousands of pounds – costing only a fifth of a regular rehoming centre build.
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Ceva, the company behind cat welfare brand Feliway, contributed funds towards the cost of the Mitcham centre.

A Ceva spokesperson said: “Ceva are delighted to have contributed towards the build of the new Mitcham rehoming centre. Cat welfare is at the heart of Ceva, with our brand Feliway helping millions of cats deal with everyday stress.

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“We are proud to work in partnership with the Cats Protection and help support the great work they do.”

For more information about the Mitcham centre or to enquire about fostering, volunteering or adopting a cat, call 03000 120 285 or visit mitcham.cats.org.uk


Well this made me want to adopt a few more kittens not sure if Oli and Nubsey would be too happy about that though haha! :D

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Guest Star: Speedy’s Sunday Selfie With Cousin Guinevere


Hi everyone,

Today’s guest post comes from no other than speedyrabbit who helped his cousin Guinevere win one of the Purrfect boxes earlier this year.

Hello Today I’m letting my Cousin Guinevere My Grandma’s Kitty join in Sunday Selfie,She’s a little shy but she does show her playful side too.A little while ago I won aPurrfect Box UK for my Cousin from Katzenworld and it finally arrived here this week.


The Purrfect Box UK came with all these goodies:A lufa mouse toy,a pack of 3 feather mice toys,a refillable frog catnip toy,Advance Adult dry complete food, a bag of Chicken and cod treats and Biospotix flea,tick,and mosquito repellent.


The rest is one videos so you can see her come out of her shell!

Guinni loved the Chicken and Cod treats

She also loved the feather mice

And the Advance cat food she thought was very tasty

But Guinni’s Favorite has to be the Refillable Frog cat nip toy!

We hope you enjoyed their story and don’t forget if you too would like your cat to appear as a Guest Star just drop us an email! :D

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