Introducing a furry feline into your home is a very special — but also slightly nerve wracking — moment. An array of questions run through your head: will they like their new home? Will they be happy living here? And perhaps the most important, how ...
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Excitement, chaos and delight will reign when you bring your new kitten home for the first time! But while bringing a new kitten home is very ...Read More
Does your kitty sometimes get carried away and leave you with a sharp bite or scratch? Though occasional play biting can be expected, it’s ...Read More
There are lots of considerations to make when getting a new kitten - and what to feed them should be a major thought! A tasty meal can help your ...Read More
When Should I Start Training My Kitty? Cats, by nature, are very clean creatures and like to preen themselves regularly to remove loose hair, dirt ...Read More
Do you sometimes look at your pet and think ‘I wish I knew what you were thinking!’. While we all speak to our kitties from time to time, ...Read More
When kittens are still in their litter, they love a rough and tumble with their siblings - it’s their way of socialising, playing and testing ...Read More
Many people feel their family wouldn’t be complete without having pets around the home. Cats and dogs provide companionship, comfort, exercise ...Read More
If you could see inside the mind of your kitty, what would they think as they go through their day - and what would they get up to? Want to ...Read More
Cats are sensitive creatures! They like routine and don’t cope well with changes in their environment. It’s not always easy to spot if your cat is ...Read More
Just like humans, there are lots of things that can make cats feel anxious or worried. A new item of furniture, new noises in the home, perhaps the ...Read More
There are many reasons why a cat gets stressed - they may be unsettled due to changes you’ve made at home (like decorating or moving furniture), a ...Read More
Are you confused when your cat is snuggling on your lap, purring, seemingly content, you are gently stroking them and all is harmonious… then they ...Read More
Is your feline friend the kind of kitty that welcomes you when you come home? Do they like to curl up on your lap in the evening? Or are they a ...Read More
Theoretically, you’d think you need less space for a cat than a dog, wouldn’t you? After all, cats are generally smaller than dogs (with the ...Read More
I do love sitting up here in the window where I am master of all I survey! I know every hiding spot in my home, and with my keen eyesight I can see ...Read More
Living in lockdown has brought us many new challenges with very little preparation on how to cope. Change of any sort can be stressful, especially ...Read More
But how long does it take for FELIWAY to work before you see the results? Remember that this can depend on a number of factors, like your home ...Read More
Kitty Routine! ‘Purrr… that was a lovely snooze! I can see that pesky pooch still sprawled out in his comfy bed. I wonder what he’s got planned today?Read More
FELIWAY can help to reduce stress-related behaviours in cats, as the products copy the pheromone messages naturally produced by cats when they are in ...Read More
What can be nicer than cosying up with your favourite kitten or cat curled up on your lap? But, be prepared, not all cats are natural lap cats! Our ...Read More