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Cat Flu

So, your cat is looking under the weather and rightly so, you’ve taken them to the vets. If the prognosis is feline herpesvirus (FHV) or feline calicivirus (FCV) – don’t be alarmed, the condition is less terrifying than it sounds. In non-veterinary expert terms, your cat has the common flu. Despite being a common and easily remedied condition, it’s wise to get familiar with the symptoms, treatment and how you can prevent cat flu in the future…

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Cat 3 minutes

Preventing Gastroenteritis in Cats

Gastroenteritis is the medical term used to describe inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, or what is otherwise known as the stomach and intestines. As with humans, the main signs of gastroenteritis in cats are vomiting and diarrhoea.

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Cat 6 minutes

Benefits of Wet & Dry Cat Food

What do you feed your feline? Wet, dry, raw, or whatever’s left from dinner? With so much conflicting information surrounding what we should be feeding our pets, there’s no wonder many of us are left scratching our heads when deciding on the best diet. Cats, being the archetypal creatures of habit that they are, love their routines and will happily eat the same food for years. This may raise the question: if it ain’t broke, why fix it? Read on for a full breakdown of our bestselling foods, the benefits of each type depending on your cat's health conditions and why a mixture of both is best.

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