Worms: they’re really gross, sorry worm lovers. But as unpleasant as they are in front of your eyeballs, they’re even worse inside your cat. Not only will they make kitty sick, but they can then migrate to you or your loved ones. Worms are the worst, you heard it here first.
Whatever breed your cat is, if they are used to roaming the neighbourhood they will be difficult to negotiate with. However, a com-purr-mise is paw-ssible. Use one, or a combination of these options to turn your backyard into a kitty-safe space.
Regular play will keep your cat fit, happy and will strengthen the cat-human connection. We also reckon playing with your kitty will give you the warm fuzzies, which is all the reward any cat lover needs.
It can be tough choosing the right cat for you. How do you match an unpredictable feline with your own complex personality? Fortunately, our advanced personality analysis software has done the hard work for you. Simply choose from one of the identities below, and read on.
A saucer of milk is often thought of as the classic cat treat, but this couldn’t be further from the truth - most cats are lactose intolerant and if they had an ounce of self-control they’d probably ask you to keep the milk to yourself. What cats really need is regular water. It might not be exciting, but you better believe it’s true.
While we recommend keeping your cat indoors, many people feel that their cat simply doesn’t have the space to be happy inside. Nobody wants a kitty with cabin fever! Fortunately, there are lots of solutions for the concerned cat slave.
Wet cat food, or dry cat food? Since nobody loves a good tussle as much as your cat, we’ve decided to pit the two titans of taste against each other in a battle for dinner time itself. The victor may surprise (and delight) you.