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New Year....same old resolutions?

on January 2, 2013 - 9:50am

I’m tired of setting myself up for inevitable failure!  This year, instead of setting myself the same old resolutions, doomed to be forgotten by the second or third week of January, I thought I’d set some good intentions for the feline members of my household.

1)Playing with my humans more.  Setting aside time to play with toys or using treat balls eg. Food mazes, kong© wobblers  to feed dry kibble will hopefully increase mental stimulation and activity levels in my older boy, who is becoming more and more inactive.

Feeding Young Cats

on July 2, 2012 - 7:18pm

The clinic has been open 8 weeks tomorrow.  They say time flies when you’re having fun and we can certainly confirm this to be the case!  One of our favourite ‘jobs’ is meeting (and cuddling) kittens and giving advice to their excited new owners.  We have a unique opportunity to help out before bad habits take hold, but also begin preventative healthcare routines that will help these kittens’ lead long, happy and healthy lives.  Of course the cuddling part is great too!

One of the most important things to get right is diet. We know that cats are carnivores and have a strict requirement for