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The United Kingdom is a nation of pet lovers, and recent research shows that pet owners’ knowledge on nutritional needs for their pet/s, is pretty poor. The importance of understanding your pet’s nutritional requirement is vital to avoid long term health issues. An inadequate diet in cats can pose serious danger to your beloved pet….
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If your cat rubs against your cheek or bumps heads with you, he’s leaving his scent on you. This is called ‘bunting’ and it’s a form of feline affection. Bunting is reserved for a cat’s most favourite creatures – including the human he considers his own!

Pica is broadly defined as ingesting non-nutritive or non-digestible materials. What causes Pica in Cats? It is thought that pica is an obsessive behaviour that causes cats to eat non-edible substances. There are many suspected causes but the exact reason is not yet known. Many experts believe that pica is more common in cats that…
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What is chin acne? Acne, in cats, is a common dermatologic condition. Chin acne is a disorder resulting from follicular keratinization. Keratinization is the overproduction of keratin, a protein found in the outer layer of the skin. If this excess keratin becomes trapped in the hair follicles, comedones or “blackheads” form. In turn, if these…
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Leonardo DaVinci’s quote “The smallest feline is a masterpiece” is never more true than when it comes to feline anatomy. In addition to being a wonderful creature in so many ways, cats also have some unique anatomical abilities that they share with no other species. Did you know that cats have 244 bones in their…
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Albeit the sense of touch in a cat is possibly the least important sense, it is still important to consider this for a number of reasons. Both the skin and the hair have a role to play. Firstly, the hair or fur serves as insulation against heat and cold. It also protects the cat against…
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Digestive enzymes are produced primarily in the pancreas and released into the duodenum (first part of the small intestine) to help digest food coming from the stomach. Their function in digestion There are three main types of enzyme that help break down macronutrients in food: 1. Protease, to break down protein 2. Lipase, to digest…
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Do you understand what your cat is saying to you?  Cats use body language to communicate to other animals how they’re feeling – with a bit of careful observation we can understand them too! TAILS TELL TALES Cats use their tails in several ways to express their mood.  It’s worth getting to know all of…
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There are lots of good reasons why your cat scratches and claws around the house, none having to do with a desire to destroy your expensive belongings! Using their claws is a perfectly natural feline behaviour and provides a number of positive benefits to the animal. Among them: It helps stretch and tone their shoulders…
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Cats are amazing creatures, unique and interesting in almost every way imaginable. Cats are obligate carnivores and their systems have evolved from thousands of years of eating a raw food diet in the wild. In their natural habitat, cats consume prey high in protein with moderate amounts of fat and minimal amounts of carbohydrate. The…
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According to Frances Simpson (1903): “One of the strangest and most profitable trades in London is the wholesale and retail business of horsemeat for cats. In barrows and carts the hawkers of this horse-flesh cry their wares throughout the city and suburbs, and find a ready sale for them. It is stated that 26,000 horses,…
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Beatrix was to be the chosen one! She came from a well-known breeder who has a tremendous knowledge of cats. We went to collect Beatrix in December 2010 and the breeder went through all the paperwork and gave us some tips on looking after cats.The breeder also gave us a few kilos of frozen minced…
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All our recipes are grain-free, with high moisture meat, containing only what a cat would eat in the wild. All our recipes are made with 100% human grade food and are carefully selected to give your cat the meal that it deserves. As an obligate carnivore a cat is designed to eat raw meat and…
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