Sugar has had a complicated six months on the health front, but up till the latest episode, the family had been managing to deal with the problems by themselves, without veterinary help.
Djibi may seem like an unusual name for a cat, but it has literary origins: German author, Felix Salten, who was the original author of “Bambi”, wrote a book about a kitten called Djibi.
Pete the Vet in the Telegraph focussing on International Cat Day and the #HappyCat movement | The Telegraph
Pete has written a piece in the Telegraph to celebrate International Cat Day and the start of the #HappyCat movement. Follow the link below to read this.
Anna has owned Rupert since he was a kitten, and he’s become a much loved pet. He’s the only animal in the home, and he has a set routine that’s very predictable.
Jason has four cats, and he's discovered over the years that if they have accidents or fall ill, it can be expensive to go to the vet to give them the care they need.
Fiona took Kermit on as a rescued kitten from our vet clinic, and he’s been healthy for most of his life.
Kittens and cats often come into people’s lives in unusual ways, but the arrival of Miracle into Christina’s life was exceptionally bizarre.
Cara has always been concerned about the environment; she has a doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering, and has worked on a wide range of environmental issues in Ireland, from water qualit ..
“Sharifa” is a girl’s name from the Middle East, meaning “honoured”.
Beatrice shares her home with three males: her husband George, her son Gerard, and her black cat, Sooty.
One evening, Monica noticed that Pashmina was behaving strangely. She was quieter than usual, staying in the corner, grooming herself continually.
Allergies to cats, and Toxoplasmosis: vet spot podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
This week, Pete reported on two cat-related stories. First, new science on how people can be helped if they are allergic to cats.
Toby often greets Miriam when she comes home from work. He’s there, on the doorstep, looking up at her, purring.
Telegraph online report on National Cat Awards | The Telegraph
Earlier this month, I attended the National Cat Awards in London (I'm pictured above with James Yeates, the CEO of Cats Protection.
It isn’t normal for cats to bring up fur balls regularly: podcast from vet spot on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
To listen to this week's podcast, click at the foot of this page.
Cats are predators, so naturally they have an inbuilt element of aggression.
Tiger is a special type of pedigree cat: there are very few Bengals in this country.
Pete the Vet Podcast: How to handle over-enthusiastic dogs and wriggly, even angry, cats. | East Coast Radio
Listen to this week's podcast below: all about handling challenging animals. Humans have to work with pets, and sometimes it can be difficult to keep them under control.