For every kitten that’s snuggled up on the sofa with its owner there’s one who is desperately seeking a new human to love. Kittens and cats are becoming increasingly common in shelters and animal rescue centres, so before you head to the nearest reputable breeder why not head to your nearest shelter first?
Planning on adding a new furry friend to your household? Cats are creatures of habit – and whilst you just can’t wait to rush them into their new house, they will need some time and support to adjust to their new home.
Looking to adopt a cat? Before you run out and adopt an entire litter, you need to ask yourself some questions - many of the cats that end up at shelters are there because their human didn’t think things through! So read on and get ready!
We recommend keeping your cat indoors or in an enclosure when outdoors. And we do so with love - your neighbourhood isn’t as safe for our cat as you might think, and indoor cats live 10 years longer than their outdoor counterparts.
Cats get a lot of pleasure from being outside. This is why we recommend buying a secure outdoor cat enclosure where your kitty can climb, play and lounge in safety. An enclosure can also help with easing outdoor cats into an indoor lifestyle - a transition you should make as soon as possible. Letting your cat roam indiscriminately exposes it to great danger.
You know this already, but your cat doesn’t see the world the way you do. So while we might measure space in metres and cubes, your cat does it all by feel. Our crack team of specialists has worked overtime to bring you these tips for creating more space, without adding an inch to your cat enclosure.
There is no doubt that cats need to play, and they’ll look for it in some pretty unusual places - if it moves, it could be fun, as far as kitty is concerned. Although your cat’s taste is un-paw-dictable, rest assured that toys are a big part of the life of a happy feline.
Although some breeds may be content with a life indoors, letting your cat outside has some real benefits. Good news! Buying an outdoor cat enclosure gives you the best of both worlds on a budget, without the headaches of a DIY solution.