Janette DeLoach’s heart broke as she learned about the extent of the homeless and feral cat population in her area of Central Florida. So, she combined her love of plants and cats to save lives, putting a quirky spin on the popular cat café business. A blooming business Janette, a former vet tech, bought a
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Hi everyone, With Christmas nearly upon us we’ve decided to further extend our 20% discount on Necoichi bowls with the code Necoichi Christmas the time of indulgence for us humans means we should even more so look after our cats and allow them to eat happily and healthily. We wouldn’t want them to suffer while
©Anastasiia Kulikovska | Getty Images Cat Health Care Exploring How Domestic Cats Can Live in Groups By Jackie Brown , November 14, 2022 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Email Cats are naturally solitary with highly territorial behaviors, but domestic cats often live in groups of one or more. A study published in July in the journal
Exclusive Christmas card range launches this month A brand new charity Christmas card range that will raise money for the RSPCA launches today through thortful. The partnership launches for the 2022 festive season and will continue into 2023, providing exclusively-designed, animal-themed greetings card designs for occasions throughout the year. The RSPCA Christmas card range, designed
©Getty Images Lifestyle New FIP Guidelines By Jackie Brown , November 15, 2022 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Email Two cat health organizations have jointly released new guidelines for diagnosing feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). The 2022 AAFP/EveryCat Feline Infectious Peritonitis Diagnosis Guidelines, published in the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, provide veterinarians essential information to
Did you know that purring serves no vital purpose for your cat other than they know we like it? It’s true. So, with a biological weapon like that over us, it should come as no surprise that many of us out there are completely obsessed with our feline friends. And if you count yourself as
Annie Butler Shirreffs Annie Butler Shirreffs has worked in the pet industry for more than 20 years and is currently the executive editor of Catster magazine and contributing editor on Dogster magazine. A cat lover since she was a little girl, she has always had feline friends in her life. She and her husband share
How to help our furry family members with arthritis Just like humans, pets may experience stiffness in their joints due to arthritis, a condition which is more common in older pets. However, while ageing is inevitable, it doesn’t mean they have to suffer. There are lots of things we can do to keep our pets
Turning back the clocks goes hand in hand with darker evenings and chillier temperatures and, just like us, many of our pets may benefit from an extra bit of TLC as the seasons change. PDSA Vet Nurse, Nina Downing, said: “Colder weather can cause discomfort for some pets, especially those who are young, old or
©Thorsten Nilson / EyeEm | Getty Images Cat Health Care What to Do About Unexplained Hair Loss For feline lovers and enthusiasts, cat hair is a fact of life. There are countless T-shirts and mugs with cute sayings like “Everything tastes better with cat hair in it” or “No outfit is complete without cat hair.”
One talent felines possess is the ability to move their ears independently. Although recent research shows that humans move their ears slightly when a sound piques their interest, only about one in five people can move their ears intentionally. For most people the movement is involuntary. That ability may make the person a YouTube star
Gentle giant awarded Blue Cross Medal 2022 Chased off burglars and retrieved stolen items Saved cats from house fire Alerts owner to health attacks and provides day to day physical support Blue Cross pet charity has awarded its 2022 medal to Storm, a 12 year old Alaskan Malamute, for performing dramatic acts to keep his
All Month Long: Adopt a Senior Pet Month Pet Cancer Awareness Month Pet Diabetes Month Week-long 6-12: Animal Shelter Appreciation Week Day-long: 1: Cook for Your Pets Day Help animals find their forever homes through this event. ©Blue Buffalo Through December: Home 4 the Holidays Adoption Event Sponsored by Helen Woodward Animal Center and Blue Buffalo,
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Jackie Brown Pet expert Jackie Brown has spent 20 years following her passion for animals as a writer and editor in the pet publishing industry. She is contributing writer for National Geographic’s Complete Guide to Pet Health, Behavior, and Happiness: The Veterinarian’s Approach to At-Home Animal Care (April 2019) and author of the book It’s