5 Ways To Entertain Your Cats Without Spending Money – Katzenworld

 

Another informative post from Katzenworld …. – Rose. 

 

Cats are known to be natural limber and curious creature. They are very playful and always active. But, some pet owners think their adult cats are dull old souls who want to nap in the… More

Source: 5 Ways To Entertain Your Cats Without Spending Money – Katzenworld

Cats Protection reunites owners with three cats missing for a total of 21 years – Katzenworld

This post has some lovely stories of cats being reunited with their owners. It goes to prove the benefit of microchipping our pets …. – Rose. 

 

 

Cats Protection reunites owners with three cats missing for a total of 21 years Cats Protection has renewed calls for compulsory microchipping of cats after helping three cats who had been missing for a total of 21… More

Source: Cats Protection reunites owners with three cats missing for a total of 21 years – Katzenworld

Pet Food labels must provide more clarity to Cat Guardians – Katzenworld

 

Do you find pet food labels confusing? If so, then hopefully this post from Katenworld will help to clear things up for you. – Rose.

 

Hi everyone, As many of you know we are always on the look-out for high quality cat food for our two feline royalties and while we always take care to find the best it’s not… More

Source: Pet Food labels must provide more clarity to Cat Guardians – Katzenworld

4 Things You Should Know About Your Cat’s Tail – iHeartCats.com – Because Every Cat Matters ™

Here’s a post I found interesting about cats tails. Hope you enjoy it too. Sweepy, our tri-pawed cat, has an extremely muscular tail. Si and I wonder if she has developed extra strength in her tail, to help her balance since having her front leg amputated?    -Rose.

 

 

Do you take your cat’s tail (or even his lack of a tail) for granted? What do you think her tail is for? Simple, right? As it turns out, there may be more to your cat’s tail than meets the eye. Never underestimate the complex miracle that your cat really is….from her head to her […]

Source: 4 Things You Should Know About Your Cat’s Tail – iHeartCats.com – Because Every Cat Matters ™

Worldwide Giveaway win a surprise box from 4cats – August 2017 – Katzenworld

Don’t forget the forum entries everyone. – You can make a comment in the relevant forum thread EVERYDAY, earning 5 entries each day! Simply use the giveaway tool linked in the post above (the blue ‘here’link).
While you’re visiting the forum, why not come and say Hi in the new chat thread ‘Le Chat’? A place for forum members to get together and simply chat. Get to know each other, ask questions etc.Hope to see you there. Good luck everyone! – Rose.

 

 

Hi everyone, It’s time for another chance to win goodies from 4cats. This time it’s a surprise box not just containing catnip and valerian toys but a selection of other cat goodies. : ) Apologies… More

Source: Worldwide Giveaway win a surprise box from 4cats – August 2017 – Katzenworld

Free guide to unwanted cat pregnancies

Free online guide to unexpected
cat pregnancies

Do you, or someone you know, have a cat that is unexpectedly pregnant?

It’s a surprising fact that a huge 78% of cat pregnancies are unplanned by the owner, and this can come as quite a shock. Often the cause is the fact that owners are unaware that their cat can get pregnant from as young as four months old – before many owners have considered neutering.

To help owners that suddenly find themselves in a situation where their cat is pregnant, our colleagues at Agria Pet Insurance, supported by Your Cat magazine, have created an online guide covering what to expect and what to do.

Agria's Pregnant Cat and Kitten Guide

From identifying when a cat is in heat to what to do during kittening and when to neuter afterwards, the guide offers clear, accessible, step-by-step advice to cover the entire period.

As well as highlighting health problems to look out for, the guide also advises on how to find good homes for the litter – which is one of the most important things owners can do, considering current figures show that between 130,000 and 150,000 of cats of all ages find themselves in rehoming centres.

 

Source: Free guide to unwanted cat pregnancies