Cat ear care

A number of felines live all their lives without any ear problems even though their owners do not clean them. However, sometimes cats can suffer from ear mites. The most common symptom is dark stinky wax in the ears. Ear…

Cat Insurance

How To Get The Cat’s Whiskers In Pet Insurance At A Fraction of The Price? Here we let the ‘cat out of the bag’ and give you all the insider tips and tricks for getting the “cat’s whiskers” in superior…

Cat food

Cat eating picture

In comparison with dogs, felines require more meat. Although some cats may have strange dietary habits, most of them dislike porridges or similar foods. If you want to prepare food for your cat yourself, you have to know exactly what…

Behaviour of Persian Cats

Grumpy persian car

Today’s Persian cat is well known for its even placid temperament as well as its outstanding beauty. Highly adaptive to their environment, they tend to ‘fit in’ with most living environments. Their short stout stature usually means they do not…

Bathing a cat

cat bathing

Many well-cared for cats are used to being bathed and do not scratch. The best is not to wait until your cat grows up and give it a bath while it is still a kitten. Otherwise, the experience of first bathing will be stressfull to both you and your feline.

Avoid getting water into the ears, nose and mouth. Choose a pet shampoo specifically labeled for use in cats, since human shampoo damages the structure of your cat’s hair as well as oil-glands. Some felines tolerate a hair dryer, but if your cat does not, simply pat it dry with a towel and lay it in a warm place where there is no draught.