Cats are cute, and they make our lives better by just being there for us. It is our responsibility to take care of them and bestow all our love upon them. Unfortunately, even after proper care, these feline friends can
Cat furniture and toys can be both fun for your pet but also has many physical and behavioral benefits. Cats have a natural instinct to scratch and climb so having furniture designed for these activities will help to reduce boredom
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Urinary Tract Infection in CatsIn Articles, Cat Care, Health, Wellbeing & TreatmentsAUTHOR: DR JOHN ABBASSDVM M.Phil (Pet diseases & welfare) URINE CRYSTALS IN CATS (CRYSTALLURIA); AN ULTIMATE GUIDELINE It is usually considered normal to see crystals in pets urine. But increased amounts of different types of crystal can be alarming and indicate underlying urinary tract conditions. Here, we will throw some light on the various kinds of urine crystals that can be formed in cats along with their underlying causes. WHAT IS CRYSTALLURIA? This is basically the presence of small precipitates in a cat’s urine (crystals). This must be clear that urine crystals are quite [Read More]
Common Eye Problems in CatsIn Articles, Cat CareAUTHOR: DR JOHN ABBASSDVM M.Phil (Pet diseases & welfare) It is very important for cat lovers to understand their beloved feline friends when they are in pain. Timely diagnosis can give good outcomes. Eye problems (ophthalmic conditions) are common in cats. There is a need for you to evaluate any abnormal condition of the eye when noticed. Your cat’s eyes are shiny and bright. If your cat is rubbing their eyes against the sofa or anything else, then this is a clear indication that there is something wrong with their eyes. Here, we will discuss some common ophthalmological conditions in [Read More]
- COMMON HEALTH CONDITIONS IN CATS – A QUICK INSIGHTIn Articles, Cat Care, Health, Wellbeing & TreatmentsWritten by: Dr John Abbass, DVM. M.Phil (Pet diseases) “What greater gift than love of a cat”. Charles Dickens Cats are such lovable and precious creatures. They are the most commonly kept pet animals. Just like humans, they are also prone to a number of health-related conditions. The worrisome thing for every cat owner is how to evaluate and manage these health-related issues, to stop further complications in their family pet. If you are worried about your cat’s health and looking for useful tips and recommendations to keep your cat healthy then you are in the right [Read More]
- The A – Z Guide of Cat ToysIn Articles, Beds, Trees & Furniture, Behavior, Cat ToysLike all kids and animals, cats love to play with toys. You may feel that they are sleeping most of the day, but once awake, they love to engage themselves in some sort of healthy and practical activity. That’s where cat toys come into play. Cats love these toys, and they consider them the best activity for their mental and physical activity. So, if you have a cat at home and want to indulge her in some healthy activity, then you need the right toys for your cat. Let’s discuss how these toys benefit your cat and what toys you should choose and why. [Read More]
Caring for a Cat
If you are considering adopting a cat or bringing home a new kitten you will want to know what’s involved in caring for them. No matter what their age is cats use their natural hunting instincts to play. If you haven’t seen it before you will get great amusement from watching them chase a light or laser around trying to catch it. Climbing and “kneading” are two other regular activities so having the right accessories will be important to keep them amused and protect your furniture.
Cats make for wonderful pets and they are reasonably low maintenance. They are extremely clean and will be constantly found self-grooming. They often have a reputation for being aloof and whilst that may be true for some cats it is also true for some humans! Most cats are very affectionate and make great companions especially if you want an extra “heater” in winter as they will curl up on your lap.