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Cat health
Here you will find information about cat diseases and some useful tips about first aid for cats and cat psychology.
Cat info
This section contains information about cats. We give hints about how to care for them, cat nutrition and description about different breeds of cat. We also have a section on lost cats - when to start worrying, what to do, and who to contact. (Contact us too - we are happy to carry pictures and a description.)
Cat travel
Travelling with cats from and to England has become much easier in the last few years, but getting it wrong will mean that your cat will be forced to stay in quarantine. In this section we cover all the processes required to get your cat a passport. The page contains up-to-date information about vaccinations, quarantine laws and regulations for different types of transport and different carriers.
Find out if you are a cat-person…. and more
Get a cat
Here you will find all you need to know about adopting a cat. From the first thought “I would like a cat” we take you through all the steps to successfully giving a home to your new pet. We discuss the pros and cons of getting a kitten vs an adult cat as well as the best places to get the cat from.
Contains stories and poems about cats. It also has a section on small wild cats and lots of general articles related to cats.
Make your cat a star – just fill in a form with the information about your cat and submit your favourite cat picture and we will make your cat a home page (we we really like the photo, it might also go on the home page of the website).


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The dangers of petting a cat
Cats are cute. They have those big eyes, round faces, small noses, and little pointy ears. The little pointy ears aside, cats have many of the features found in human infants. Yet cats were not designed by nature to appeal to humans, and their infantile features are merely a co-incidence. And although being petted and cuddled comes naturally to an infant, it does not come naturally to a cat. 10/3/2020 read more...
Your cat's expression can tell when she is in pain.
Cats are experts at hiding pain. Survival of the fittest is something cats understand very well, and for a cat, showing pain means being vulnerable. And consequently the humans the cats live with are often completely unaware that their pet is suffering. Even experienced vets struggle to discover whether a cat is in pain. Researchers from the University of Calgary in Canada studied feline facial expressions to see how they express pain. 31/1/2020 read more...
Marking territory - getting to the bottom of microbe question
Ever wondered why cats insist on rubbing their faces against you, against household objects and other cats? Ever despaired at your cat's predilection for shredding furniture or pooping in inappropriate places? It might be all about scent marking. Cats communicate through scent, and they use scent to mark their territory and objects within it.6/12/2019 read more...
Does your cat recognise her name?

With humans, doctors use the so-called Body Mass Index to determine if we are under- or overweight. For our pets there is a somewhat different metric - the Body Condition Score (BCS). BCS helps you or your vet to determine if your cat is in a good shape physically, that is, whether kitty is fit or fat. BCS is a somewhat subjective rating based on criteria which we will describe further below. From these you can determine the perfect weight for your particular cat.

27/5/2019



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