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Jul 06

Siamese Cat Breed Profile

Breed Profiles

Siamese Cat Breed Profile

Siamese Cat

How would you like an in depth look at the Siamese cat breed profile from an expert?

You've always been attracted to Siamese cats and just want to make sure the breed is right for you before finding a kitten.

You have a few questions, maybe even a few concerns . . .

So as a GCCF Siamese cat judge and Siamese cat breeder I am sure I can help.

Let me introduce you to the wonderful Siamese cat breed.

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Jun 22

Overweight Cats: The Shocking Truth

Feline Nutrition

Overweight Cats

Worried You Have Overweight Cats? 

Is your cat starting to look a little bit porky, are you worried your cat is overweight?

Have those extra teatime treats started to tell on your cat?

Or could it be that your cat is actually the right weight for his size and breed?

We all like to treat our beloved pets from time to time, but as a nation of animal lovers our cats are getting fatter! Could it be that all this extra love is starting to have a detrimental effect on the health and well-being of our cats?

Even if your cat is just starting to get a little chunky round the edges, you can take action now to prevent your cat getting too overweight.

So let me show you how to spot your cat is overweight and what positive steps can you take to help your cat lose some weight.

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Jun 15

How to Wean Kittens

Cat Breeding

How to Wean Kittens

Weaning Kittens From Mum's Milk to Kitten Food 

How to wean kittens is something many people need help with who have a litter of kittens.

It is something many people struggle with.

Worrying about kittens not gaining enough weight or literally mum giving absolutely everything to her kittens and then drastically losing weight is something many people worry about when they have a litter of kittens.​

But actually it is not that difficult to wean your kittens on to kitten food once you know the basics.

Let me show you how I have succesfully weaned dozens of litters over the years.​

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Jun 08

Is My Cat Pregnant & When To Expect Kittens

Cat Breeding

Is My Cat Pregnant & When To Expect Kittens

How Can I Tell if my Cat is Pregnant?

The majority of cats will conceive when they are mated. Sometimes though they do not which is why I think this article may be of use to people as a guide to deciding if your cat is pregnant.

I find that there are a few sure fire signs which tell me when my cats are pregnant.

Some of my girls display all of these signs and some of them only display a couple of these signs but with experience deciding if your girl is pregnant or not becomes second nature.

Let me show you the easiest signs your cat is pregnant.

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Jun 01

Kitten Sexing Guide

Cat Breeding

How to Tell the Sex of Your Kittens

When your new kittens are born and mum and babies are settled down it is not unusual to want to know what sex the kittens are………in fact I would say sometimes that some people find it vitally important to know just what sex their new kittens are!

Your queen and the new babies could not care less though and as far as I know still do not come with little labels on so I thought it may be useful to put down my experiences on this page.

When comparing a male and female kitten together the differences are usually fairly obvious but imagine having a litter of boys or a full litter of girls!!!!

I find the best time to determine a kittens sex is either when they have just been born ‘still wet’ or when they are about 2 – 3 weeks old. I personally prefer to check them when they are born.

For the purposes of this article I have decided to use 3 week old kittens in the photographic examples in conjunction with diagrams to try and show the clear differences that can be seen in a small kittens genitals.

So how can you tell if a kitten is male or female?

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May 19

How to Clip Your Cats Claws

Cat & Kitten Care

Cutting your cats claws is really very easy when you know how.

I find that my cats need their claws clipping every couple of weeks. This can be an easy or difficult experience depending on when you decide to tackle the task.

I find the best time is when your cat is relaxed and docile . . . 

. . . not just after they have spent 15 minutes running around the house at 100mph (which is also the time you will probably notice they need their claws clipping as they are hanging from the curtains)

I suggest you wait for them to relax.

Let me show you how to clip your cats claws with as little stress as possible. ​

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Apr 01

Grooming Your Cat For a Cat Show

Cat & Kitten Care , Recommended

Check out the video I made on how to groom your cat for a cat show.

It only takes a few minutes and you it can make all the difference in winning your class or coming dead last. Check out my step by step tips and make sure your cat is in tip-top show condition at your next show.

See my tips and tricks and added benefits (besides winning at the show) of spending a little time to groom your cat.​

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Mar 03

Moving House With Your Cat

Feline Behaviour Problems , Recommended

Moving home with your cat can be extremely worrying.

Imagine being all packed and ready to go and no clue where your cats are.

Or you have your cats but the stress of moving has freaked them out.

You are worried that once they get to the new house they won’t settle.

Above all else, you are terrified your cats will go AWOL before, during or after the move.

Moving house is already a stressful experience. Worrying about your cats is enough to drive anyone to despair.

But what if I told you there is an easy system to make certain your cats are safe and sound?

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Feb 03

Introducing a New Cat to an Existing Cat

Feline Behaviour Problems , Recommended

Your cat is lonely and you decide to get him a new friend.

The problem is he hates his new friend.

And to be fair his new friend in not particularly keen on him either.

Every time they are anywhere near each other they hiss, spit and attack each other, and you are worried about their safety.

(and how much it is going to cost at the vets if either of them gets hurt)

Introducing a new cat or kitten into an existing cat household can be a nightmare if not done correctly.

But it can also be done with little to no stress. No risk of injury. And no worries about massive vet bills.

Here’s how you can introduce a new cat or kitten to your existing cat family in five easy steps.

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