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My cat has lymphoma – what does that mean?
Cats
My cat has lymphoma – what does that mean?
Cats are experts at hiding disease, sleeping a little more and doing a little less. A diagnosis of lymphoma can be a complete surprise in a cat who seems a little off colour. But lymphoma is actually a remarkably common…
February 28, 2021
Do cats get genetic diseases?
Cats
Do cats get genetic diseases?
Cats can suffer from genetic diseases just like other animals. They tend to be more common in pedigree cats vs crossbreed/moggy cats. This is because purebred cats tend to be selectively bred, and even in-breeding of clo…
February 21, 2021 • 3 shares
Should I neuter my cat and what are the benefits?
Cats
Should I neuter my cat and what are the benefits?
Cats are one of the most popular pets, owned by households globally. They make excellent companions and may be more suitable for busy families, due to their independent nature. However, pet ownership involves many aspect…
February 19, 2021 • 6 shares
Is my cat in heat?
Cats
Is my cat in heat?
Is your unneutered female cat suddenly all over you? Have you noticed a group of male cats congregating at your back door? These could all be signs that your female cat is in heat. Read on to find out what we mean by the…
February 19, 2021 • 54 shares
What should I feed my kitten?
Cats
What should I feed my kitten?
There is an overwhelming choice of pet foods on the shelves of most pet shops and supermarkets. Choosing the right food for your kitten can be daunting, so in this blog we’ll take a more detailed look at it.
February 18, 2021
How dangerous is an anaesthetic for my cat?
Cats
How dangerous is an anaesthetic for my cat?
As some of you may have read, at the end of September last year, Marwell Zoo, unfortunately, lost one of their much-loved residents; the beautiful 11year old female Amur Tiger, “Milla”. She was undergoing a planned anaes…
February 16, 2021 • 20 shares
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