Whether our pictures are predominantly tug of war shots, or 101 places our cat sleeps, pet owners’ camera rolls are likely to be 90% pet photography. If your photographs tend to be one perfect picture in a hundred blurry shots of frantic zoomies, try these tips to improve your shots!
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When it comes to grooming, your cat’s flexibility and the small spikes on their tongue make it easy to remove loose fur, and to spread around the oils on their skin, keeping them clean and parasite free, as well as helping them regulate their own temperature.
However, it is also beneficial to groom and brush your cat, especially longer haired cats. Here are some benefits:
As temperatures warm up outside, some cats will be outside enjoying the summer sunshine, but others might be susceptible to sunburn and heatstroke.
Cats usually regulate body temperature themselves, but flat nosed breeds, long and thick furred breeds, older and poorly cats, and overweight cats may need a little help keep themselves cool. Here’s how:
On International Cat Day, it is only right to talk about the history and popularity of cats in different countries around the world, to remind you to give your cats the love they deserve (and often demand).
Cats in Egypt
If you’re staying in the UK (again) for your summer holidays, you might be taking your dogs with you, especially if you have hikes or a countryside get away planned. With lots of beautiful walks and hikes in the UK, both easy and for the more experienced, you will find the perfect walk for your four-legged friends. Here’s some lovely hikes and walks here in the UK:
The Old Man of Coniston (Experienced Level)
It can be heart breaking to realise our furry friends have gone missing, so since July is Lost Pet Awareness Month here are 6 top tips to help prevent losing your pet.
Summer is finally here! Glorious as it is, don’t you sometimes feel too hot? Well, you wouldn’t be the only one. Our pets can struggle too, especially in heatwaves. So, let’s take a special look at horses today, and how we can help them with overheating through the hot and humid weather.
Rabbits are unable to regulate their body temperature and can experience heat stress and heatstroke which can be fatal. As they struggle with unexpected changes to the temperature it is our responsibility to help them cool and prevent heat stroke.
Look out for these signs and symptoms if you think your rabbit is experiencing heat stroke:
Having a new puppy in your home is an exciting thing but it can also be unnerving for both you and your new pet. Before brining your pet home ensure to research the breed specific needs. This guide will help you prepare for the arrival of your new pet and ensure it has the best start in life!