Like most cats, Sissi is a creature of habit: she comes and goes at around the same time each day. Last week, Mark let her outside after her supper: she always goes out for an evening wander.
Podcast: How the companionship of animals can help humans, plus new controls on the sale of dogs in pet shops | Spirit Radio
The companionship of animals brings many benefits to humans: listen to this short podcast to find out more.
Even though he’s just a young adult, Cinnamon has become a creature of habit, coming and going at regular times of the day, sitting in particular places, and eating his food on schedule.
Real-life dream jobs working with cats: my latest piece in the Daily Telegraph online | The Telegraph
If you're a cat lover, the idea of working with cats as a full time occupation may be your idea of a perfect life.
Kittens need to be well socialised so that they grow up to be calm, friendly pets. To find out more about this, listen to this podcast by clicking on the play button below.
An exhibition is currently on display in Somerset featuring a range of artworks centred on cats, aiming to raise funds for the important work of International Cat Care.
Cats have a different status to dogs in Irish society and under Irish law. To find out more, listen to this podcast. Cats in IrelandPet cats are well protected in Irish law.
Rene first came across Mischa when she turned up at the back door of his partner Alison's workplace. She was a typical feral cat, terrified of people but never aggressive.
Loss of trust in pet vaccines: why has this has happened and what do pet owners need to do? Audio podcast plus Ireland AM video | East Coast Radio, TV3
Some pet owners have lost their trust in vaccinations, and as a consequence, they are refusing to have their pets vaccinated according to their vets' recommendations.
Puppy farms: the UK has taken action. What about Ireland now? | Vet Help Direct
Please read and share my latest blog post on the new anti-puppy farm laws just announced in the UK over at VetHelpDirect.
Pedigree cats need to be bred with care, choosing only healthy individuals without extreme conformation (such as flat faces or odd-shaped ears), and health testing should be done to prevent inherited diseases.
How to choose a healthy pedigree cat. Pete the Vet podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
To listen to this week's podcast, click on the play button at the foot of this page.
Ruby took on Eddie as a one year old rescued cat, and ever since she’s owned him, his left eye has not been normal.
Holly's family are fond of cats, and in the last few years they looked after a number of rescued cats from local welfare groups.
As Susie has grown older, she now spends most of her time sleeping, and so she has stopped wearing down her own nails.
This is SpayAware week in Ireland, highlighting the importance of spaying and neutering dogs and cats for health reasons as well as for population control.
Crazy cat ladies: reality or myth? Pete the Vet Podcast on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
To listen to this podcast, click on the link at the foot of this pageIs there really such a thing as "crazy cat ladies"The concept of the crazy cat lady is a part of our culture.
Like many cats, Louis is territorial. He sees himself as the king of his local jungle, which in his case means Anne's back garden.