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Caring for your cat through every life stage

How to care for your new kitten

Labour and giving birth

If you’re expecting new bundles of fur arriving at your home soon, it can very exciting – and perhaps a little daunting too.
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Coping with the loss of your cat

When our cherished pet is no longer in our lives it can be devastating, whether you are coping with the loss of a cat, the loss of a dog, or indeed any other pet. However, it’s important to remember that you’re not alone.
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Feeding your senior cat

From around the age of seven you’ll notice that your older cat starts taking life a bit easier - and who can blame them!
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Is My Cat a Senior Yet?

Your cat is an important part of your family, and we understand that it’s not nice to think of your fluffy companion getting older.
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Discover your cat’s health age and nutritional needs

Most of us know our cat’s age in years, but it’s just as important to be aware of their health age too as their nutritional needs are different at each stage.
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Your cat’s age in human years

According to popular legend, one human year is the equivalent of seven ‘cat years’, but in reality a one-year-old cat is much more mature than a seven-year-old child.
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Bringing your kitten home

Great news - the time has finally come when you can welcome your new kitten into your home! Just like bringing home a new-born baby, you’ll want everything to be just right so that they’ll settle in quickly and feel right at home.

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How to Groom a Kitten

Although your cat is beautiful, they are so much more than a pretty face. Not only do they have a stunning coat, but they’re biologically designed to look after them.
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What to feed a kitten

So you’ve welcomed a new bundle of fur to your family – congratulations! Now that you’ve settled the new arrival into your home, you’ll be wondering how you can help them grow up healthy and strong.
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Putting your cat to sleep

Putting a cat to sleep is a heart breaking thought, and a time that any pet owner dreads, but at some stage you may have to consider this as the kindest option for your cat. For example, this may happen if their quality of life is suffering due to illness, injury or old age, and there’s no sign of them getting better.

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How To Tell If Your Cat Is Pregnant

Having kittens is a very exciting and emotional time for you and your cat. Before you can welcome bundles of fur into your home, you need to know how to tell if your cat is pregnant, and what you can do to ensure her pregnancy is as happy as possible.
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Caring for your senior cat

You might have noticed that your cat is napping more, can’t jump as high as they used to or isn’t chasing a piece of string with as much energy as they did before.

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Getting a kitten

So you've decided you can give a loving home to a cute little kitten - you’ve done your homework and know which breed you want.
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