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Ten signs your cat loves you back

October 14th, 2017|My Cat Care, Pet Behaviour|

We know our feline friends are capable of expressing their deep love for us, even if they show it in strange and mysterious ways. Here are some ways you may not know are signs of love: They show their tummy If your cat lies on her back, with her tummy up while you’re nearby, she [...]

Do cats talk? A guide to your cat’s sounds

August 14th, 2017|My Cat Care|

Humans are extremely verbal creatures. We can express how we feel quite effectively using only words. While most of their communication is body language, cats do communicate verbally – especially with humans. Sadly, just as they probably don’t understand much of our language, we don’t understand much of theirs. This can lead to barriers in [...]

Dog Lovers VS Cat Lovers

August 5th, 2017|My Cat Care, My Dog Care|

Some people say the world is split into dog people and cat people… And we think they’re right. No matter how big of an animal lover you are, you’re likely to have a preference one way or the other. But which is the best team to be on? Let’s take a look at some of [...]

Do Cats need exercise?

October 26th, 2016|My Cat Care, Pet Behaviour|

All cats need exercise, just like you and me. Feline obesity rates are on the rise in Australian and around the world. This is because domestic cats are eating more food than ever, but they’re not using up all the calories that they once did when they were wild and had to hunt for pray. [...]

Answers to common questions about your cat’s nutrition.

October 13th, 2016|My Cat Care|

We are what we eat, and our cats’ diet is no exception. Feeding your cat the right food can be very easy and will paying off quickly with plenty of health benefits. One thing to remember is that humans and cats are very different when it comes to nutrition. We’re omnivores and cats are carnivores. [...]

Stress could cause behavioural problems in cats

September 2nd, 2016|My Cat Care|

Cats are creatures of habit, and find comfort in routine and continuity. When a cat’s comfort zone is interrupted, it can have quite a big effect on his or her overall wellbeing, causing stress and anxiety. Stress again can cause behavioural problems in cats. Remember: cats, just like us humans, have different responses to what [...]

Ways how cats can be trained?

August 24th, 2016|My Cat Care|

How to train Cats? Despite what some people say, you can train a cat. They’re not likely to jump through hoops, roll over or shake your hand. But there are ways to  train cats to change their habits and to make life just a little easier for you, especially if you start when they’re kittens. Cats [...]

What To Do With An Overweight Cat?

August 4th, 2016|My Cat Care, Pet Health|

Humans aren’t the only ones who suffer with weight issues. Animals are prone to unhealthy weight gain, too – and overweight cats are becoming more and more of a  common health problem! Studies have suggested that a large percentage of pet cats are overweight to the point of being considered obese. And, like an obese [...]

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