How to care for your cat’s dental health
The Importance Of Cat Litter Hygiene
Don’t forget that cats are very clean animals and their sense of smell is twice as well developed than that of a humans’, hence the importance of keeping their litter box clean.
Cats in Heat: A Guide
How to transport your cat to the veterinary clinic
Should you Bathe your Cat
Since cats are fastidious groomers, they don’t commonly need a bath, nor do they want one! However, on the rare occasions when your cat may become extremely dirty, or when the coat comes into contact with oil or toxic substances,- there are some tips which help make the experience easier for both of you!
Grooming Your Adult Cat
Cats are exceptionally clean animals, and undertake most of their own grooming duties themselves. However, cats can’t always reach everything, and getting involved in your cat's grooming can help grow the bond between you and your pet, as well as giving you a chance to check for signs of ill health. Remember, every cat needs attention, and almost all enjoy being groomed.
Cutting her claws
Most cats do not need to have their claws trimmed regularly because their innate urge to scratch leads them to naturally wear their claws down. Outdoor cats will wear down their claws by scratching on rough surfaces, while indoor cats should be provided with a scratching post to help keep claws short and save your furniture from being shredded.
What are the benefits of cat dental products
Dental disease is one of the most common conditions seen by vets today and can be hugely painful for your cat, particularly if it progresses unnoticed and untreated. However unlike many other health problems, the good news is that for the most part it is fully preventable.