Obese moggy is one of the early entrants in PDSA Pet Fit Club Pompom the fat cat from Harrow in Middlesex won’t be asked to join the cheering squad any time soon! This gigantic ball of fur is more likely to be found sleeping or eating than jumping in the air. Pompom weighs in at
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Hi everyone, This weeks’ Friday art cat entry comes from Jeni Rizio and is a beautiful drawing of a cat Her inspiration for this sketch came while the Internet was down at a Barnes and Noble Starbucks, so she got out her tablet and drew her kitty cat Holly based on a photograph she took of
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This can be overlooked because cats express these emotions somewhat differently. This can cause us to miss what is actually going on with our cats. This is Tristan’s worried face. When it comes to our cat’s facial expression, anxiety and depression can look the same. But the behavior is completely different. the buzzsaw Cats feel
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My Dog, Zorro Part 2 2001-2018 By Kathie Arcide Epilogue How we are each grieving… James-Mostly he is patiently taking care of me. He cried…hard…with me that first night. He had finally connected with Zorro, or I should say Zorro finally connected with him, after 13 years of James patiently trying. James just couldn’t understand
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recent comment is an excellent followup to my previous post, How to reassure a cat with petting. Recovering feral Mithrandir leans into his head petting with eyes closed in bliss. when petting is the problem The commenter has a new rescue cat who is afraid of hands: I recently got a half-grown kitten (at 7
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by Anita Kelsey – UK’s leading cat behaviour consultant I often work with cats that are blind and one of the things that I’d like to talk about now is getting it right when it comes to toys. Therefore this blog post will concentrate on the best toys for blind cats and how we can improve their
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Keeping your pet safe from hidden hazards in your home Stones, babies’ dummies, socks and even kebab sticks are among the weird and wonderful items our vets surgically remove from pet patients every year. Pets are naturally inquisitive creatures, and our homes and gardens are full of potential hazards that can cause serious harm. Seemingly
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Advertisement Cats don’t speak our languages, so it can be difficult to understand exactly what they’re trying to say. Although they’re known for being independent animals, they do need love and affection and enjoy being with their human family. In fact, there are many ways cats show their love for us, we just might not
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