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We would very much appreciate if you can visit our Sponsors and check out their fantastic offering of services!


Homesitters

Homesitters is Britain’s leading home and pet-sitting company, providing complete peace of mind for property owners and their insurers. They have over 35 years of experience of looking after their clients’ pets and most treasured possessions, and they’ve completed over 100,000 bookings.

The concept is simple: they provide a live-in service while you’re away, so your home is secure and well-maintained and your pets enjoy companionship in familiar surroundings. They have an extensive network of homesitters across England, Wales and Scotland, all meticulously vetted and fully insured, and they provide 24/7 back-up throughout their stay.

Their clients don’t just call them when they go on holidays or business trips. Homesitters care for homes that are awaiting probate, sale or repossession or are between tenants, and also offer civilised caretakers and site management for empty properties too.

Homesitters can provide a homesitter from just a couple of days to months or even years. They normally have a two-day minimum charge, however also offer a special one-day service for clients attending events such as weddings or funerals, so you can relax in the knowledge that your home and pets are in safe hands.


Doc & Phoebe’s Cat Co.

At Doc & Phoebe’s, we listen to science, nature and especially our cats. The Indoor Hunting Feeder is the fun and easy way to eliminate common bad behaviors in cats. Manage scarf and barf, alleviate anxiety and destructive behavior, and prevent litter box issues, with this veterinarian designed feeder.

Cats are born hunters. In nature, cats spend 80% of their waking hours hunting for food. Nature made a cat’s stomach the size of a ping-pong ball – the size of a mouse. Cats are programmed to hunt, catch and play with at least 5 small meals a day. Hunting is your cat’s natural, physical and mental exercise. Bowl feeding is overfeeding your cat’s body, while leaving it’s predatory soul starved.

The indoor hunting feeder replicates your cat’s natural feeding behavior. You fill and hide all 5 mice once a day. Now your cat gets to recreate the seeking circuit. Your cat will hunt, catch and play with it’s “prey” before eating an appropriate amount of food at least 5 times a day, just like nature intended.

Veterinary science has long known that cats need to hunt for their food for their physical and mental health. Bowl feeding is making our cats bored, stressed and sick. These bowl-created problems are making our cats act out – with scarf and barf, urinating outside of the litter box, aggressive and destructive behavior and even waking us up at night to be fed.


4cats Heimtierbedarfe GmbH

4cats are the world’s leading producer of stuffed cat toys and strive to provide our customers with excellent products in both valerian and catnip versions. Their items are handmade, filled and packaged in Germany. In the case of their valerian toys, the same, unchanged, formulation has been used for more than 30 years.

4cats are a family run business that specialises in high quality valerian and catnip toys. For the catnip toys they use a special formula of catnip that is their own creation and they call it 4catsnip. Through long testing and trialling they found that this particular mixture works especially well even for cats that usually don’t react to catnip at all! While they won’t disclose their special recipe they can certainly tell you that it is 100% organic and high quality catnip.


Catipilla

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catipilla is a new cat company that has developed a range of wall-mounted cat climbing frames for use both inside and outside the home. Catipilla’s idea initially came about as their elderly family cat, Smudge, lost the use of her back legs. She had always jumped up into their ground-floor window to get in and out of home, and when she could no longer do so, they decided to build her a ramp to help. Over time, they noticed that all of their cats loved playing and being on the frame and so they decided to look into building a more long-lasting climbing frame for them all. Over the course of 2017, they went through multiple design and testing phases until they launched the range at the National Pet Show in November. Catipilla have since gone on to secure orders from 5 countries and have entered into a retail partnership with Pets at Home.


 

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