Guest Star Cat: Marigold’s Story

The following story was submitted by Ralph: We met Marigold at a cat show where there were cats available for adoption. At 4 months old, she stole our hearts. At the time we were unaware the she was FIV positive. We gave her medication to get it under control for 6 months. She’s healthy now […]

Leading Cat Charity Reports 25% Rise in Unwanted Kittens

With the cost of living spiralling, an increasing number of pet owners can no longer afford to keep their beloved animals. In the first quarter of 2022, Cats Protection, the UK’s leading feline charity, has seen a 25% increase in the number of kittens being handed over to their adoption centres*. As kitten season starts, […]

How to Safely Trim Your Pets Nails During Lockdown with the ZenClipper

Hi everyone, No matter if you have a dog, cat or small furry such as a rabbit, keeping your pet’s nails in good shape is an important part of being a pet guardian. And of course with many of us still in lockdown around the world this isn’t always an easy task! Are you one […]

Purrsday Poetry: The Sabertooth – Written About Amera’s Cat Saber

In liquid dappled grace the creature glides Through tangled jungles: gloomy, humid, green, Impenetrable: nothing’s to be seen: His camouflage mysteriously hides His fluid form. He softly floats and slides From shade to shade at home in this demesne. The sabertooth, whose feral sense is keen, Leaps at the reptile, with huge strength bestrides His […]

Cat Spends 365 Days in RSPCA Care Looking for his Fur-Ever Home

Bee Bee was rescued by the charity after suffering an injury to his face The RSPCA is appealing to find a fur-ever home for a cat called Bee Bee who has been in the charity’s care for over ONE YEAR. Bee Bee, an eight-year-old male black and white cat, was rescued last May when he […]

Pandemic Pets: Brits Favour Dogs & Cats, Aren’t Afraid to Spoil Their Pets

New poll also finds 65% of British pet-owners are dog-owners, 41% have cats Over half of pet owners allow their pet to sleep in their bed & are willing to splurge on premium pet food The majority spend £26-£50 per month on their pet and prefer to shop in-store versus online New research released reveals […]

How High Does a Cat Fence Need To Be?

This post first appeared on ProtectaPet here. We all know that cats have “nine lives”, but have you ever pondered how far yours can jump? The distance a cat can jump is determined by a variety of factors, including age, weight, agility, and overall health. Furthermore, a smaller kitten may not be able to jump […]

The Different Types of Pet Owners

Photo courtesy of Unsplash Pets provide unconditional love and support to their owners and many care for their pets as if they’re family members. As you embark on this journey, keep in mind that pet ownership is a huge responsibility. Your bond with your new pet develops over time, and soon you will discover your […]

Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 402)

Hello everyone, Welcome to another week of Tummy Rub Tuesday! The easiest way to enter is by sending them in via Or just leave a comment with a link to the post/photo you’d like us to use on this blog post. “This is Princess. She’s embarrassed that she fell asleep playing with her toy […]

Mews on Awards and Nominations!

Hi everyone, It’s Oliver here with some super amazing pawesome news! My siblings and I (thanks to the help of our humans of course) have once again made it on the top spot on the Vuelio’s Top 10 UK pet blog list for 2022! This is for a SIXTH year running! 😀 Sister Nubia of […]

RSPCA Appeals for Information After Much-Loved Cat is Shot With Air Gun

Friday 6 May 2022 Siberian Forest cat Dante has the pellet embedded in his thigh The RSPCA is appealing for information after a Siberian Forest cat was shot in the thigh with an air gun in Reigate, Surrey. The four-year-old male cat was shot around a month ago in the village of Leigh however the […]

Leading London Vet Stresses Importance of Microchipping After Missing Brent cat Found in Neighbour’s Shed After 13 Days

A domestic male, short-hair black-and-white cat from Brent called Jet had a lucky escape when he was heard meowing from underneath a pile of pallets in a nearby resident’s garden shed less than two minutes’ away from his home – 13 days after having first gone missing. Jet, a much-loved one-and a-half year old pet […]

Stress Awareness Month: Spotting Signs of Stress in Cats 

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Cats can easily become stressed when there are changes to their environment, so it’s important to identify any triggers that can cause anxiety. Like us, our furry friends have individual personalities and will therefore be affected by different things.  PDSA Vet Nurse Nina Downing said: “Changes to a cat’s surroundings can sometimes have a negative […]

BVA Calls on Animal Owners to ‘Think Before They Type’ as Statistics Show 1 in 2 Vets Exposed to Online Abuse

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) is calling on animal owners to consider the impact their online behaviour has on vets and veterinary teams. Figures released today to mark World Veterinary Day show 1 in 2 vets working in clinical practice experienced online abuse last year. As part of their new ‘Respect your vet team – end […]

Dr. Oozy by Jona Gorra, M.D.,FACP and Annie Gorra

My love for cats goes all the way back when I was growing up in the Philippines. We were struggling financially so we cannot afford to indulge them. I promised myself that when I finish school and find work, I will pamper them. When I migrated to the US and put up a medical practice, […]

Morris Animal Foundation Announces Funding for Alternative Sterilization Techniques in Cats

DENVER, 2022 – Morris Animal Foundation is now accepting proposals for studies focused on the development of nonsurgical sterilization approaches to humanely control populations of free-roaming community cats. “We are excited to announce a funding opportunity that has great potential to contribute to thoughtful feline population management,” said Dr. Janet Patterson-Kane, Morris Animal Foundation Chief Scientific Officer. […]

Bean Having fun With his 4cats Premium Cat Wrestler!

Bean and Having fun With his 4cats Premium Cat Wrestler! Written by Mel on behalf of Bean From the moment I took this toy out of the box my cat, Bean, was in love. From smelling to chewing, scratching and cuddling there is nothing Bean doesn’t love about playing with it. It kept him entertained […]

Only the Very Best for Your Cat!

Cats at all stages of life will thrive on a high-protein, high-moisture diet that is rich in substances only found specifically in meat. When purchasing food for your cat, it’s important that the ingredients contain a mixture of the best cuts of meat and offal which provide amino acids, fats, essential vitamins and minerals. This […]

Cat With Horrific Face Injuries now on the Road to Recovery

Poor puss was suffering with swelling so severe she couldn’t open her eyes A stray cat with a severely swollen, bleeding head is making a remarkable recovery in RSPCA care. The adult female cat had been straying in the Horden area, near Peterlee, but locals became very concerned for her welfare after they noticed her […]

International Cat Care launches new Cat Friendly Principles at Church House event in London

After facing a challenging few years working amidst the global pandemic, the International Cat Care team were back in person to celebrate the charity’s recent achievements and announce the launch of their new Cat Friendly Principles. The ‘Being Cat Friendly’ event held on 29th April at Church House, London also marked the 10th anniversary of their […]

How Can You Help Your Pet Adjust to a New Climate?

Pet travel experts PBS Pet Travel have created a useful guide to help your four-legged friend enjoy trips abroad as much as you do! With travel opportunities at their best for a few years now, more and more people are opening up to foreign holidays, travelling or even emirgrating. Latest govt figure show that 403,000 […]

Where do the Naughtiest Moggies Live in the Country?

The Cat-ostrophic Capital of the UK is revealed! The incredibly selfless, brave and challenging work that firefighters do across the country every day is why they are a much loved, and highly appreciated, emergency service. However, it’s not just people that they save; for their work often includes saving our much loved four-legged furry friends […]

Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 401)

Hello everyone, Welcome to another week of Tummy Rub Tuesday! The easiest way to enter is by sending them in via Or just leave a comment with a link to the post / photo you’d like us to use on this blog post. “This is my cat Galaxy, and as you can see he […]

The Paw-Fect Pets for Later Life Revealed

Cats are revealed as the overall best pet for people in their senior years The best cat breeds for later life are Ragdoll, Siamese and Maine Coon based on the cost, friendliness and ability to be around other pets and children In 2nd place are dogs and indoor birds and guinea pigs came joint 3rd […]

Top Tips for Pawfect Mental Health

As we approach Mental Health Awareness Week (9-15 May), many of us will take some time to evaluate our wellbeing – but what about our precious pets? We all know how important it is to keep our mental health in check, but sadly our pets can also be affected by stress and anxiety. Our furry […]

Tabby’s Place Launches Capital Campaign for Quinn’s Corner, a Haven for Vulnerable FeLV+ Cats

Years from now, the world will remember 2022 as a turning point in the history of cats. Tabby’s Place: a Cat Sanctuary is launching a Capital Campaign for Quinn’s Corner, a first-of-its-kind haven for the last felines to be loved: cats infected with feline leukemia virus (FeLV). Even among cat lovers, these precious cats are […]

Cat Friendly Introductions: Cats, Dogs and Babies

Are you planning to add a new addition to your current cat or cats? This course by iCatCare might help you and can be booked here. Are you wondering whether your cat will accept another cat? For cat care givers or cat owners, this course looks in greater detail at how we can assess whether […]

Cat Saved by RSPCA and Hospital Vets After her Head Became Trapped in a Bait Box

Distressed animal underwent surgery to have device removed The RSPCA is asking the public to be careful when trying to control rats and mice after a cat needed to have her head cut free from a rat bait box. The female cat was discovered in a yard at Paddock Farm Nursery and Water Garden in […]

Online Kitten Conference – June 10-12, 2022

Kittens require special care and treatment. This is why Community Cats Podcast and The National Kitten Coalition have partnered to present the first and only conference dedicated exclusively to caring for the smallest felines – the Online Kitten Conference, from June 10-12, 2022. Throughout the weekend, animal shelter professionals, caregivers, fosters, and kitten lovers alike […]

The Magical Silvervine Fish Shaped Cat Toy from Japan are Back!

Hi everyone, It’s me Freya here today and I’d like to let you know that our humans once again received a large shipment of the magical fish-shaped cat toys from Japan. In fact not just fishies!!! We got beer bottles, breads, baguettes, sweet potatoes, and even icecream shaped toys. You can find the full range […]