Cat advice articles, events and courses for owners
Make your own: pom-pom cat toys
Pom-pom toys are quick and easy to make, and your cat will love chasing them around!
Pet epilepsy - what you need to know
Epilepsy is more common in dogs than in cats. It’s a brain disorder that causes sudden, uncontrolled, recurring seizures - sometimes your pet may lose consciousness. In many cases, epilepsy is a genetic condition.
How to spot calicivirus in cats
Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a common respiratory disease in cats.
What to do if your pet has a flea allergy
Flea bite hypersensitivity and flea allergic dermatitis are the most common skin diseases in pets. The saliva from the flea is believed to be the cause of the allergy or sensitivity.
How to enclose a garden for my cat
Cats love the outdoors, but if you are looking for peace of mind while they are out, building a ‘catio’ or an enclosed garden will ensure that they can enjoy the outdoors, without being able to leave your garden.
Providing a suitable outdoor space for your cat
Providing some space outside for your cat will allow them to express their typical behavioural traits in a natural environment.
How can I tell if my cat is happy
When it comes to your cat's behaviour, they may be trying to tell you how they're feeling.
How to keep indoor cats entertained
If your cat stays indoors, enhance their home environment to make it more indoor cat friendly.
How to spot if your cat has feline cystitis
Feline interstitial cystitis, sometimes called feline idiopathic cystitis or FIC, is an inflammation of your cat's bladder that causes symptoms of lower urinary tract disease.
Does my cat have azotemia?
Azotemia is increased levels of waste products like creatinine and urea, which is normally found in their urine, in your cat's blood. It’s usually a sign of kidney failure and is reasonably common in older cats.
Has my cat got kidney disease
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) occurs in older pets, particularly cats, where there is long-standing, irreversible damage to their kidneys. This reduces the kidneys’ ability to function and remove waste products from their blood.