Kitten

Kitten It’s really important that kittens are fed a specific formula designed just for them up until they are one year of age. Kittens grow at a phenomenal rate and have triple the energy levels of an adult cat. To … Continued

Hairballs

Hairballs Hairballs are one of the most common reasons why cats vomit. The easiest way for owners to identify hairballs is through the “hacking” sound that cats make when trying to bring it up. The digestive system of cats can … Continued

Body Condition

Body Condition A cat’s health and well-being throughout their life are impacted by body condition. Maintaining an ideal body condition is vital to help reduce the chances of your cat developing weight related conditions that can be both painful and … Continued

Urinary Tract

Urinary Tract Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) and Blood in Cat Urine One of the biggest health concerns amongst cat owners is the urinary tract health of their cat, known as Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD). This is … Continued

When, Where and How Much to Feed

When, Where and How Much to Feed You can help improve your cat’s mealtimes by knowing when, where and how much to feed her. Help her avoid mealtime disruptions by placing her food and water dishes away from foot traffic, … Continued

Understanding Cat Food

Understanding Cat Food Complete and balanced nutrition Your cat requires a complete and balanced diet for her specific life stage. You can ensure she receives the right nutrition by choosing a cat food that includes the proper levels of vitamins, … Continued

Weight Management

Weight Management 4 ways you can help your cat return to her ideal weight Research shows that overweight cats are more likely to develop problems associated with being obese -In addition, overweight cats are at risk of urinary tract and … Continued

Feeding Your Indoor Cat

Feeding Your Indoor Cat  How you can help support her health and growth Many cats lead long, healthy and happy lives in an exclusively indoor environment. But if your cat is living in a restricted space, she will normally have less … Continued