Kittens and cats

The keys to better care

The must-read Five Welfare Needs you need to keep your pets healthy and happy: Behaviour, Companionship, Diet, Environment, Health

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Kitten and cat behaviour

The secrets of socialisation in their first few weeks. Why scratching is normal and important. How to keep them playful and purring with fun toys.

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Kitten and cat companionship

Why don’t cats need lots of friends? What stresses out cats?How to keep your cat safe when you go on holiday.

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Kitten and cat diet

Is commercial food or home-made best? How often should I feed my kitten? Why are treats bad? Why cats don’t always need the same amount of food. How to check if your kitty is a bit piggy.

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Kitten and cat health

From registering to microchipping, vaccinating to worming and neutering to grooming – all you need to know to keep your four-legged friend in fine fettle.

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Kitten and cat environment

Why cats need lots of hiding places. What’s the best type of litter tray? Poisons and hazards to keep safe so that curiosity doesn’t come to a proverbial end.

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Seasonal Advice

Practical help for surviving winter and Christmas, avoiding spring Easter eggs, keeping cool on summer holidays to coping with scary autumn fireworks.

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Poisons and hazards

From chocolate to chives, bees to bottles, flowers to fleas – our poisons and hazards guide has some well known, some common sense and some that may surprise you. How many do you know?

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The A-Z of conditions

From Addison’s disease to Zinc poisoning, here’s a wealth of expert information. It’s written in easy to read and understand plain English, so you can find just what you want quickly.

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Choosing your pet

What you need to think about before getting a pet and where it’s best to get it from

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Pet Insurance

Protect your pet with pet insurance and save £1000s should the worst happen.

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SureFlap catflap

The multi-award winning microchip cat flap. Lets in your cat, keeps out strays.

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