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Posted on 15/10/2015
Halloween can be a fun time for children and families, but for your pet it can be a different story. Here are some recommendations to keep your pet safe:
Posted on 07/10/2015
The hairless Sphynx loves attention, which is just as well because they tend to draw attention where ever they go due to their striking appearance.
Posted on 30/09/2015
Microchipping is a safe and simple procedure. The microchip itself is only the size of a grain of rice and on average costs between £10-£30. Microchipping takes just a few minutes but it lasts a lifetime.
Posted on 17/09/2015
Naming your pet is an important (and often a difficult) decision. We have come up with some ideas to get you thinking…
Posted on 15/09/2015
They are named the “Ragdoll” due to their propensity to go totally limp when picked up, they very much enjoy being cuddled and carried about!
Posted on 08/09/2015
According to the Telegraph the heart breaking issue of cat road traffic accidents affects many families with 230,000 Cats run over every year in Britain.
Posted on 30/07/2015
A recent survey has revealed that 45 per cent of UK pet owners are not too sure on how much water to give their pets, and 70 per cent wouldn’t know how to tell if their pets were dehydrated. The survey, which was conducted for a pet product company, also found 50 per cent of […]
Posted on 17/07/2015
The Manx cat is a breed of domestic cat originating from the Isle of Man. The breed has a naturally occurring mutation that shortens their tails. Many Manx have a small stub of a tail however the breed is best known for being entirely tailless. Manx are said to be social, tame, and active and […]
Posted on 26/06/2015
Aegean cats are named after the sea surrounding the Greek Islands where they originate and have been known to fish in these waters for a tasty treat! Although they are not currently recognised by Breed Associations, the Aegean is considered one of the oldest domesticated cat breeds in the world. Aegeans do not adjust quickly […]
Posted on 27/03/2015
The Russian Blue was brought to the UK via the Archangel Port in Russia in the 1800s, which is why they are sometimes known as Archangel Cats. They are intelligent and playful, but can be shy around strangers. They develop a close bond with their family and are affectionate to those they know. Russian blues […]