THIS STORY IS FROM OUR ARCHIVESAs she grew older, like many cats, Persia stopped being so thorough about grooming herself.
THIS STORY IS FROM OUR ARCHIVESIf anyone is unlucky enough to get a mouse or rat infestation in their home, one of the obvious suggestions to control the pests is to “get a cat”.
Does your dog or cat suffer from anxiety? Many people don't realise that their pet has this issue. Watch the video above to find out if this could be a problem in your household.
THIS STORY IS FROM OUR ARCHIVESOne Saturday morning, Boots started to behave strangely.
THIS STORY IS FROM OUR ARCHIVESAoife has never known life without Chip. Six years before she was born, her parents adopted the young adult cat from the DSPCA.
THIS STORY IS FROM OUR ARCHIVESWhen Lisa comes home in the evening, Boomer always rushes to greet her, purring.
THIS STORY IS FROM OUR ARCHIVESSquirt featured on the Nine O’Clock News when he was just a kitten after he had been saved from drowning.
In some parts of the world, such as North America, the risk of a pet being carried away by a raptor bird like an eagle, buzzard or hawk is taken seriously.
Like most cats, Herbie is a creature of habit, and Sarah knows him well. He’s a typical Irish cat who is allowed to come and go as he pleases, through a cat flap.
Ruby has been through a difficult time in the past year: her much-loved cat, Eddie, went missing in March.
Eleven years ago, a friend of Cathy’s told her about two kittens that had been rescued: two sisters, one with a tail, and one with no tail (like a Manx cat).
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.