Following on from the previous post regarding fear aggression, one of the things we noticed our relative newcomer was doing regularly was sitting in front of the communal drinking fountain all the feline residents share. Obviously that was going to…

Almost a year ago, a rather confused little personality joined our family in the form of a tabby girl. She’d been mentioned to me once before previously as her former family stated she was toileting inappropriately and they were struggling…

Bloodsucking fiends...

If you share your home with a cat, you’ll know the importance of finding a flea treatment that actually combats the issue. Fleas can cause cats huge discomfort and actually contribute to some behavioural and health issues. I recently saw…

Sometimes you save them, sometimes they save you....

If you’re a fully-fledged ailurophile, you’ve no doubt heard of Bob the Street Cat. Bob has not one, but six books inspired and written about him by his human, James. Sadly, on the 16th of this month, Bob passed away…

All you need is love...

After mentioning that cats absolutely can feel bonds and affection, I feel this fabulous sign is brilliantly simple, while being an informative explanation to help recognise a few ways that illustrate your cat is fond of you.

Keep it running in the family, and other misapprehensions...

This blog focuses on a couple of aspects of cat care that can be overlooked or misunderstood, leading to unplanned increases in the population and revisiting how anthropomorphism can negatively impact on decision making for your feline family. The examples…

In a couple of previous blogs, I’ve mentioned outdoor space and making it as much a part of your cats’ home as yours. If, like me, you’ve spent copious hours searching the internet for a comprehensive list of toxic and…

While I was online recently, I found this easy to follow chart that gives you guidelines about food humans consume that’s safe or unsafe for you to share with your feline family member. I thought I’d add it here as…

In Celebration of St Gertrude, Part II...

The second blog recognising lifelong dedication to the feline population is U.K rescuer; Celia Hammond. Celia initially became a household name as a model in the 60’s, but is now most definitely better known for her tireless work towards improving…

With St Gertrudes Day fast approaching again, I’ve decided this months blogs should be about a couple of modern day “saints”, and the work they do for the feline population. First up, is Lynea Lattanzio. Lynea started working on her…