This information is from a trusted source – Feral Cat Rescue Trust Durban.
There are many many kittens out there looking for homes and I cant tell you how many times I hear the same story – my cats dont get along or my cat left home when the kitten arrived. The last thing you want is for your existing cat to be unhappy when the new cat/kitten arrives, so PLEASE follow these simple steps to make everyone’s life a happy one .
I wrote about my older cat, so I thought I would research nutrition for older dogs to assist guardians furthI wrote about my older cat, so I thought I would research nutrition for older dogs to assist guardians further. Read the rest of this entry
I have a really fussy older cat, so I’ve been doing a little extra research to ensure that he is eating healthily for his age. This is what I found. Read the rest of this entry
Dogs and cats can usually live together peacefully, although creating a harmonious “blended family” requires some planning, patience, and careful guidance on your part. In some cases your dog and cat will become best friends. Read the rest of this entry
I am regularly asked if it is time for a Dog to go to the vet.
Here are some tip offs for you to assess whether your Dog needs medical intervention. Read the rest of this entry
I am regularly asked if it is time for a cat to go to the vet.
Here are some tip offs for you to assess whether your cat needs medical intervention.
Cats are very stoic animals and it can be difficult for owners to tell when their beloved kitties are experiencing pain. This is because cats have developed from wild ancestors and in the wild showing any signs of pain could get you exiled and even killed. Even the most involved owners can miss signs of pain in cats, so don’t feel too guilty if you’ve done it before. Just make sure to become knowledgeable with the signs and seek veterinary attention to get your feline friend feeling better in no time.
One of the reasons many cat guardians are so reluctant to take their pet to the vet, or anywhere, is because most kitties fight tooth-and-nail to avoid being placed in a carrier. The reason for crate hate is usually because the cat only sees the evil device once or twice a year, and it represents confinement, a scary ride in a car, and a visit to a place (the veterinary clinic) that feels very threatening. The drama increases your stress levels and in turn increases kitty’s stress levels over and above what they are at the time. Read the rest of this entry