How to Introduce Your New Cat to Your Home

Any time a new cat is introduced into a home, it’s important to follow proper protocols to ensure minimal stress and maximum happiness. Few things are more exciting than introducing a new kitty cat into your household. Of course, it’s important to follow the playbook to ensure that your cat is happy, relaxed, and safe. This is […]

Cat Found in Cupboard now Searching for Loving new Home

Poor black cat Mistletoe was discovered in a kitchen cupboard by new homeowners just days before Christmas A young cat who was found shut in a kitchen cupboard just days before Christmas is now on the lookout for a loving new home. Black cat Mistletoe – as she has now been named – was found […]

Nubia: My Kitten!

Hello everyone, Have I introduced you to my kitten? His name is Blacky! I love cuddling with him very much. Just don’t dare to take him away from me!!! Oliver: *whispers* She has gone mad… It’s a sheep!!! I heard that brother!!!! He is not a sheep you melon! He is a kitten.

10 Tips to Introduce a New Cat Into A Dog-Household

Cats and dogs can live together in harmony, but it does take some work. However, the benefits of having a cat in your home with a dog outweigh the negatives. Here are ten tips to successfully introduce a new cat into a household that has dogs. Via Pexels 1) Start by slowly introducing the cat […]

Genius Gift Ideas for Cats and Cat Lovers

(via: Cats are without a doubt one of the most popular pets on the planet. In fact, tens of millions of American households own a cat and they are popular all over the world. With so many fans, there is no shortage of gifts out there to give to cat lovers. Also, don’t forget […]

Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 388)

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. These two adorable cuties are joining us from the Clark Family […]

Helping our Pets to Avoid the January Blues

As the jolliness of the festive season begins to wear off, Blue Monday (17 January) marks the date where dark days and tighter finances are thought to equate for the most depressing day of the year. However, for many people, precious pets can bring a lot of joy. PDSA Vet Nurse Nina Downing said: “Our […]

Why Did I Write a Song For My Cat in Welsh?

Article by Jeni Rizio: Cats are the best people. I had adopted my rescue baby Nicki from a foster home in 2019, she is the love of my life.  Back in September 2020 after watching a viral video of the weather presenter Liam Dutton pronouncing the train station name in Ynys Môn, I had decided […]

Seven Tips to Help you Cope With pet Loss by Esther Porta From the Society for Companion Animals (SCAS)

Why does it hurt so much? Seven tips to help you cope with pet loss by Esther Porta from the Society for Companion Animals (SCAS) Every pet owner’s worst fear is the thought of losing their beloved companion. The trauma of pet loss is a feeling a pet owner is unlikely to forget. There is […]

What to Expect When Taking Your Cat to the Vet

Having a cat is a huge responsibility, as they not only need lots of love, care, and attention, but routine visits to the vet are a must as well. When it comes to your cat’s health and well-being, it’s definitely something that you will want to invest in. Kittens (Birth to 1 year old) During […]

Making your Home Cat Friendly

This article first appeared on iCatCare here. Your cat’s happiness is greatly influenced by how you behave and what kind of lifestyle you offer – as the cat is a territorial species, the environment is everything! First of all, therefore, you need to get the cat-related equipment and facilities right, particularly if you keep your […]

The Story of Mulligan – The California Golf Course Kitty

By Diana Kay Middleton In January of 2012 I received a call from my golf buddy, Eileen, about a cat that had been hanging out at a par 3 at the San Ramon Golf Course for several months. Her Husband, Gordie, had been driving 25 minutes to the course every morning for several months at […]

Nubia: Playtime With my Favourite Toy

Hi friends. 🙂 Have I ever told you of my favourite toy in the whole wide world? No?!? They are these super cool rainbow coloured felt balls on a bit of string. 😀 And of course it is even more fun to play with it in my tunnel!!! 🙂 *Chomp Chomp* All mine! Stay here […]

Creating the Perfect Environment for Your Cat

Many owners invest a lot of time and money into creating the perfect environment for their cat but often neglect to consider what that environment should be. Cats are different from dogs in many ways, so it’s important to consider this when designing your cat’s home. This blog post will discuss how you can create […]

Purrsday Poetry: Goodbye, My Beloved Young Cat by Sheryl A Weinstein

Hi everyone, Please find below the latest entry in Purrsday Poetry by Sheryl A Weinstein (Please note that no photos were available for the cat this written for hence we chose a Tortoise shell cat on Pinterest): “GOODBYE, MY BELOVED YOUNG CAT” The stillness of the night erases the day’s phony smiles. The pain, so […]

Winter Weather Pet Care

How to keep furry friends warm and safe during the colder months During winter, it’s not only important to take extra care of ourselves by wrapping up warm as temperatures plummet, but also ensure we do the same for our four-legged friends, too. “Winter can bring its challenges especially for the fine coated, young, sick […]

Pets Charity Advises Government Minister

PETS in rentals campaigners Andrew Rosindell MP and co-founder of AdvoCATSeastmids Jen Berezai attended a meeting with the Minister for Rough Sleeping & Housing, Eddie Hughes, on Tuesday 14th December, at the Department for Levelling Up Housing & Communities (DLUHC), in Whitehall. The meeting was in response to Andrew Rosindell’s oral question in Parliament to […]

Pets and Antibiotics

Everything you need to know about giving your furry friend antibiotics As much as our four-legged friends might not enjoy taking their medication, sometimes it’s the only way to help them return to their usual furry selves. However, it’s important to be aware of when and why your pet might need to take antibiotics – […]

Animal Health Companies Ahead of Schedule in Delivering on 25 Target Commitments to Help Address Antibiotic Resistance

The first progress report finds the animal health sector developed 49 new vaccines and helped train 650,000 veterinarians as part of a plan to help reduce the need for antibiotics. Thursday, November 18, 2021, BRUSSELS – Animal health companies have invested billions in veterinary research and delivered 49 new vaccines in the past two years […]

Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 387)

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. Meet Georgie. This photo was taken by Kathy at the Roice-Hurst Humane Society […]

10th Jan is National Divorce Day… Is Your Cat Cheating on You?

It’s the start of another New Year; a time for resolutions, health kicks,  excitement and optimism for the next 12 months. But for some, it is also the time for a fresh start.  The first working Monday of the year is dubbed ‘Divorce Day’ by lawyers, with people flocking to seek legal advice about how to end their marriages. […]

A Pet Owner’s Guide to Emergency Vets

When it comes to the health of your pets – you’d do absolutely anything for them right? As pet owners ourselves, we totally get it. While we do everything we can to keep them out of trouble, the unfortunate reality of being a pet owner is that they need emergency care. There are many different […]

Dogs & Cats: 5 Shocking Differences between Cats & Dogs


Cats and dogs are the two most popular pets in the world. This is why the debate about whether cats or dogs are better continues to this day. Although we love both felines and canines equally, the two pets do have some differences that you might be interested in learning about, especially if you are […]

Cat Spends 195 Days in RSPCA Care is now Looking for a Home

Raffles was found as an injured stray cat in June A cat who has spent nearly 200 days in RSPCA care is looking to find his forever home just in time for Christmas. Raffles was rescued in June from Leicestershire after being found by a member of the public with wounds consistent with fighting other […]

Cat 101: The Ultimate Guide to Taking Care of a New Cat

Adding a feline friend to your family needs more responsibility and care from your end. Since most cats spend most of their time within closed spaces, making your home suitable for their livelihood is of utmost importance. Some owners love seeing their cats cuddling up in their laps often. Few others need an independent cat […]

The Diaries of Nugget the Kitten – Entry 1

On Tuesday April 6 2021 My Father and I were hanging out with my neighbor 2-3 houses down. He started trying to fix or remove his awning which was damaged in a storm and when he did… He found a cluster of kittens couldn’t be more than 1-2 weeks old. Wherever the mother was we […]

Gut Health for Cats: What You Need to Know

The Importance of Gut Health in Cats Just like humans, cats have trillions of microorganisms living in their intestines that help them process nutrients from food and support their immune system. In fact, 70% of a cat’s immune cells are found in their gut; if this system experiences an imbalance, it can significantly affect a […]

Need to Distract Your Feline Friend From Your Keyboard? Try our Kat Zen Pads!

Hi everyone, It’s Oliver here today! As you can see my humans turned one of their storage spaces into a super comfy resting space for me using one of our Kat Zen World Cat Pads. 😀 Nubia: With all of your humans working from home you are sure to want to walk all over their […]

Purrsday Poetry – The Lion Doesn’t Sleep Tonight

The following entry in Purrsday Poetry has been submitted by: Carol Rafale Tavares LidoAlbiza The Lion Doesn’t Sleep Tonight Well, there’s that 3 O’clock jitterbug across the floor Tour jete and wild ballet Indecipherable games that you play Then at 6:30 AM you’re back again golden teapot screaming Cutting into my deep sweet dreaming Lacerate […]

Five Ways to Prepare Your Pets for Snowfall and Icy Temperatures

Fight the freeze! As snowfall and icy weather sweep across the UK, a national vet charity is urging pet owners to take extra precautions to protect furry friends from the cold. PDSA Vet Lynne James said: “Winter can be a dangerous time for all animals, but fine coated, poorly, young or elderly pets are at […]