Being able to recognise the symptoms of parasites on your cat or kitten will ensure you can treat them appropriately. So what are the behaviours you should look for?
Scratching is a natural and healthy behaviour for your cat, so here's how to stop cats from scratching the furniture - in lieu of something else.
Especially during the hot summer months, your cat is susceptible to heatstroke. Here's some tips to make sure your cat stays cool.
Did you know that cat's have a third eyelid? It plays an essential role in keeping their eye surface healthy while protecting it but here's some health issues they may cause.
This kitten vaccine schedule will ensure that your kitten is protected from infectious diseases right up until adulthood.
Microchips are so much more useful than just helping to reunite lost kittens and cats with their owners. Find out the facts on microchipping your kitten or cat.
Play and exercise are essential for kittens, not only to physical development but for mental development and stimulation too. Here's our tips to help your kitten play.
Hyperthyroidism is caused by a growth in one or both of your cat’s thyroid glands, which results in the making of too much thyroid hormone. Find out the symptoms and treatment options.