Posted by Lynette Hammond on 21st Aug 2019
Indoor cats’ life a confined life. There are several reasons for keeping a cat confined to the indoors as opposed to free access to a larger territory. These reasons include:
Indoor cats do miss out on many benefits that come with outdoor life. However, that doesn’t mean an indoor cat needs to have a sad and boring life. It is possible to avoid problems such as stress, obesity and boredom. Here are 5 ways to improve the living environment and well being for any indoor cat.
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It’s understandable that many cat owners out there decide to keep their cats indoors. Indoor cats can and do live very contented lives. However, often owners will feel like they are robbing cats from their best life by not allowing them to roam outside. A wonderful solution to this is by giving cats access to your own outdoor space. [...]
Humans being allergic to cats is well-known, but not every cat owner is aware that cats can also suffer with allergies of their own. Vets often surprise cat owners with an allergy diagnosis as it’s not a condition that isn’t expected. Cat allergies happen when the immune system is sensitive to something it comes into contact with. The immune [...]
A Microchip is a tiny implant that is injected into a cat. The purpose of the microchip is for identification. Cats can be scanned by vets and some cat charity organisations in order to establish where the cat lives and who the owners are. The microchip helps to reunite owners with their pet if it gets lost, stolen or [...]
The current heatwave is proving to be a struggle for many humans, but it can also take its toll on cats. Scorching temperatures can be dangerous for our pets, making it important to know how to avoid potential life-threatening situations. With temperatures predicting to reach into the 30’s tomorrow, we thought we’d share some advice on how to help [...]
Himalayan salt lamps are hugely popular thanks to their unique light and alleged health benefits. While humans can enjoy the calming nature of the lamp, cats are at serious risk. Please take a moment to read this article If you have a Himalayan lamp or are thinking of getting one.Himalayan Salt Lamps become a great feature in the [...]
CCTV footage captured an eight-month-old kitten being thrown across the road by an angry neighbour. April Hawes threw the kitten 25 feet and shouted that she wanted to knock the cat out in the fit of rage. Hawes was furious as the cat kept entering her garden, which resulted in her taking the aggressive action, throwing the cat [...]
Many cat owners are looking for efficient and humane ways of keeping their pet cats safe and secure. One of the questions commonly asked is whether electric fences work for cats and if so, how safe are they. There is a simple answer to this, electric fences do not work and are not kind to use for cats, [...]
Cat owners struggling to contain their pet cats have been known to turn to shock collars for cats. These types of cat shock collars and electric collars have been available in the UK but just because they’re sold doesn’t mean they are a good option. In fact, the UK government announced in July 2018 that shock collars for both [...]
SNP MP Martyn Day has called for a change in the law regarding cats that are killed or harmed in road accidents. It is hoped that this new law will help cat owners find out what has happened to their cats, the same as dog owners. With a few changes to the law, cats will stop ending up [...]
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