Welcome to , where you will find all the information you’ll need to make sure your cat lives those nine lives to the fullest and your
explained. Your cat will reward you a thousand fold with loving company
and beguiling ways and will bring years of delight into your life.
It’s not only a privilege to own house cats but a
big responsibility too. However they come into your life, whether they
adopt you, or come from the cat rescue shelter or because someone was
finding new homes for kittens, they are part of your family and your
life, and as a loving and responsible owner you’ll not only be
providing good food, shelter and a warm place to sleep but also making
sure that all their health and welfare needs are met. It is up to you
to make sure that you protect your pet as much as possible from the
wide range of feline conditions and that can arise.
On this site you will find the complete spectrum of issues and plenty of useful detail to help you understand more about and the treatment and prevention of illness. If you are able to recognize in your and signs of illness you will be able to help ensure timely and adequate treatment, such as a
would have increased thirst, due to the increased production of urine,
sudden weight loss, depressed for no reason or has got a poor coat
You will also be able to find out more on different , and how the differ from one another and if you are we have a big database of too.
Up to date vaccination requirements are listed and explained, and there are articles devoted to particular issues. There is plenty of information on giving your
based on an optimum balance of food groups and why you should not allow
cats to put on excess weight. Basic feline anatomy and physiology is
covered too so that you can understand how the feline body works and
how it is affected by illness and disease.
Each article will give you in depth information in language that is
easy to understand, and many subjects are accompanied by simple
illustrations to show how a joint is structured and how it moves, or
how where an internal organ is situated. Diseases are explained too so
that you can understand the treatment the veterinary surgeon is giving
and why, and you will find lots of helpful suggestions on general day
to day problems like fur ball, and food fads.
We would stress that this information is not meant as a substitute for professional advice, and in caring for your
supervision and expertise is vital. On no account should you ever let
your loving companion suffer. We strongly advise you to seek expert
help on any issue regarding your pet - our aim is to provide you with
the knowledge to understand cats and to help you work alongside the
veterinary team to make sure that your pet stays fit and healthy and to
be of the best support during any illness.