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Kitten insurance plays an important part in keeping your four legged friend fit and healthy and provides peace of mind should the unexpected happen. At Vetsure, we believe you should never have to compromise on your Kitten’s health.

There are many things you can do to keep your Kitten happy and healthy. Our network of trusted vets provide check-ups and preventative healthcare solutions (such as worming and flea treatments) to help ensure the health and happiness of your Kitten. They can also offer advice about nutrition, behaviour and many other aspects of pet care. In addition to the routine care you provide your furry friend, we have worked together with our network of vets to bring you a variety of information to assist you in taking care of your pet. We hope you will find these articles useful whether you are deciding on a name for your new pet, researching different breeds or just looking for helpful hints and tips.

Please browse our library of information below.

Pet Information: The Ragdoll

Posted on 15/09/2015

Ragdoll Cat

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!

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Stop Cat ‘Hit and Runs’

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.

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The Importance of Pet Hydration.

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 […]

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Pet Information – The Manx Cat

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 […]

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Pet Information – The Aegean

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 […]

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Pet Information – The Russian Blue

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 […]

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Pet Information – Turkish Angora

Posted on 12/03/2015

The Turkish Angora is a medium sized breed, originating from the Ankara region of Turkey (formerly known as Angora). Playful and athletic, the Angora can often be found on a high perch, such as bookcase or shelf, in the home, where it has a prime spot to observe the comings and goings of the household. […]

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Pet Information – Balinese

Posted on 20/02/2015

Balinese are a cousin of the Siamese cat and are considered one of the most intelligent of the long haired breeds. In temperament, the Balinese are known for being affectionate and thriving on the company of people and other pets. Balinese have a soft and silky coat without the fluffy undercoat usually found in long […]

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Pet Information – Norwegian Forest Cat

Posted on 22/01/2015

Known as Skogkatter, or Norsk Skogkatt, in their native country, the Norwegian Forest cat is taller and heavier built than normal domestic breeds, with an appetite to match, meaning female cats weigh in at up to 12 pounds and male cats can often weigh anywhere between 16 and 19 pounds! Norwegian Forest Cats, have a […]

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Pet Information – Abyssinian Cat

Posted on 09/01/2015

The confident and alert Abyssinian (Aby) is thought to be one of the oldest cat breeds.  The six- to 10-pound, moderately vocal cat stands out for his ticked coat, which comes in a bevy of colours, including a reddish ruddy, chocolate, cinnamon, blue, lilac, and fawn—as well as a silver version for all of these […]

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