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Explore our tips and advice for every aspect of your cat’s care and enjoy the benefits of a feline friend who is happy, healthy and content.

Traveling with your Cat

Even if your cat is a good traveler the wise owner prepares for the unexpected, so let’s take a look at all aspects of safe travel with a cat.
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Choosing a Cat Breed

Cats come in all shapes, sizes and temperaments. We cover the questions that will help you choose the right cat for your family and lifestyle.
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Why Are Cats Scared of Cucumbers?

Cucumbers cause cats a big shock and they often react by jumping up and running off in a panic. Why does this happen and what can we learn from it?
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What To Do if you See a Tick

Found a mysterious creepy crawly thing on your pet? Wondering whether to panic? Let's talk about ticks, those tiny little creatures that can be so dangerous to your pet.
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Coccidia in Cats: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Coccidian infections in cats are common but easily treated. Kittens are especially vulnerable given their weak immune systems, and may quickly become dehydrated.
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Benefits of Cat Ownership

Many people feel that a house only becomes a home when a cat lives there. Here are some benefits to cat ownership which will surprise even the most devoted of cat-people.
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Feliway for Cats: A Pet Parent’s Guide

Feliway is a safe, effective and natural way to improve problem behavior and help your cat to cope with changes such as moving house...
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Why Won’t My Cat Use the Litter Tray?

Having trouble getting your cat to use the litter tray? A common misconception is that cats do this as revenge, but the problem is not as simple as that.
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Worms in Cats

Whilst worms in cats are mostly invisible, keeping your feline companion worm free is an absolute must for their ongoing health and wellbeing.
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Why Does My Cat Drink More Water?

There are many reasons a cat may drink and pee more, of which the chart toppers are kidney or liver disease, overactive thyroid glands, and sugar diabetes. But thirst can occur for other reasons, not all of which are worrying.

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Cats and Car Travel

With planning and the right equipment travelling with a cat can be easy. Hit the road with confidence with cat travel tips from the team at VetBabble.

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