Cats and kittens are some of the most joyful pets one can have but they do come with a lot of responsibility – so it is important to do your research beforehand and adapt your home to your feline friend as much as possible. Keep reading to find out our top tips for cat owners, old and new.
Autumn is here and there will never be a better chance to start spending some quality time with your dog now that the temperature outside is cooling down and leaves begin to fall. With so many changes in the outside world, autumn is the perfect time to bond with your pooch, as they explore the exciting new scents at the park or in local woodland. When it comes to bonding, we are sure that you will agree – nothing bonds a dog and owner more than a nice, long walk.
Who can resist buying their beloved pet cat a new toy, some treats or perhaps a new bed for them to not sleep on? We buy them everything they could ever want and need, despite them being happy with a bottle lid or piece of paper. But that should never stop you from trying! With collars, personalised cat tags, toys and even clothes for your pets, there’s always a new way to spoil your cat.
Looking after our pets is our number one priority, especially when they have health conditions which mean they require medication or special foods. When you are out and about, a medical alert pet tag will ensure that anyone who comes into contact with your dog is aware of their additional needs.
Children and pets can have the greatest friendships, bonding with one another in a unique and incomparable manner. However, things can quickly go downhill if the proper parameters aren’t put in place. The last thing you want is for any accidents or bad behaviour to happen, which is why it is important to bear safety in mind at all times.