Regulations regarding cat ownership results in significant decline in ownership in Australia

A recent survey found that pet ownership has declined in Australia. Numbers have fallen by 200,000 while the dog population has fallen by 100,000 in the past 12 months. It is unsurprising that the cat population has fallen at twice … please continue reading

“Nature-Lover” shot dead purebred Oriental Shorthair cat because he believed he was feral

This is in Adelaide, Australia. Kent Wilson saw Spock, a two-year-old, black Oriental Shorthair cat belonging to neighbours, on his 5 acre refuge for native flora and fauna. He shot Spock dead without doing any checks because he observed Spock … please continue reading

Mercury, in a cat rabies vaccine, is dangerous but is it in the vaccine?

We are told that pet owners and veterinarians should use mecury-free rabies vaccines. In fact that applies to any vaccines. This is because mercury is toxic to pets and people (as I understand it). It is used as a preservative … please continue reading

Loyal, Beautiful Cat Won’t Say Goodbye To Elderly Owner Who Went To A Care Home

Elderly Nancy Cowen went to live in a care home (nursing home), Bramley House, some distance from her home. She gave her cat, Cleo, to one of her neighbours. About two weeks into living at the care home, Cleo turns … please continue reading