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Scooting or "Butt Dragging"
Scooting or "Butt Dragging"

Scooting or "Butt Dragging"

29th Aug 2023

Scooting or “butt dragging” which is terminology to describe the behaviour of a pet who drags his furry backside across the floor. This is typically associated with dogs rather than cats. However, …

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Why do cats knock things over?
Why do cats knock things over?

Why do cats knock things over?

29th Aug 2023

This is a curious question when it comes to cats, as they are well known for their agility & precision. However, most cat owners can imagine the scene; your cat has an almost …

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​Sensory Well-Being
​Sensory Well-Being

​Sensory Well-Being

29th Aug 2023

This month we are focusing on how to improve your cat’s health through sensory enrichment, to provide both physical and emotional benefits. We have gathered information on how to appeal to all five …

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​Regurgitation in Cats
​Regurgitation in Cats

​Regurgitation in Cats

29th Aug 2023

Ever had your cat expel its food after eating? This is not uncommon. In this article, we will explain the difference between regurgitation and vomiting, and speak a bit on the topic of hairballs. Ho …

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​Dribbling Cats
​Dribbling Cats

​Dribbling Cats

29th Aug 2023

Ever caught your kitty dribbling? There are several reasons why your furry friend might be doing this. In this newsletter we will go over the good reasons your cat can dribble, and the not so good. …

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​The Fussy Eater
​The Fussy Eater

​The Fussy Eater

29th Aug 2023

“My cat is such a fussy eater”, ring any bells? It is common knowledge to people that cats can be extremely difficult to please when it comes to feeding. What is the cause of this? Is there really s …

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​Hyperthyroidism in Cats
​Hyperthyroidism in Cats

​Hyperthyroidism in Cats

29th Aug 2023

A common concern in cat owners is known as Hyperthyroidism. It begins to become apparent with voracious cats who don’t seem to gain weight, instead they lose it. In this newsletter, we will explain …

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