If you are like us then you want your cat to have everything they need to live a long and happy life.
Your cats are your babies and nothing is too much for them.
But it can be difficult to know what to do for the best. There are so many types of food, cat litter and cat toys to choose from it can be hard to be sure you are making the right decision.
Understanding feline behaviour is vital to keeping your cats and your family happy. But finding expert advice you can trust is difficult.
How would you like advice from two well-known trusted cat experts?
Our mission is to bring cat owners clarity with expert product reviews, how to tutorials, advice on feline behavioural issues and to help ensure your cats live long and happy lives.
But why listen to us?
About Ross & Paula Davies
We have both always lived with cats since being very young children. We both started breeding cats in 2001 and have showed them successfully breeding many best in show cats.
Ross is a GCCF cat judge and also sits on cat club committees and both the Oriental and Siamese Cat Joint Advisory Committees. He holds certification in both feline behaviour & psychology and also cat anxiety and stress.
Paula is a feline artist and all the caricature images and designs you find on our gift shop are her own work. She is a qualified pet first aider and is also certified in pet bereavement counselling.
Ross writes extensively about cats and has been featured in magazines such as Your Cat and Our Cats and also guest authored on newsletters for various cat organisations. He is also a guest speaker at cat seminars.
So if you would like free expert advice from a real life crazy cat people who walk the walk as well as talking the talk . . . here’s how.
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