The Iberian lynx faces extinction in Spain. Relocate some to the UK.

Anne-Marie Hodge writing for the Ecology Global Network paints a bleak picture of the survival of the Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus), the rarest of all wild cat species. She says that climate change is an added factor in the demise … please continue reading

What are the popular cat breeds?

Although cat association registration numbers don’t automatically equate to public popularity, they are an indicator, hence the title, which was selected for SEO reasons. This page applies to the UK. Michele informed me that: Overall, pedigree cat numbers are going … please continue reading

SeaCure protein for digestive issues in cats and bone broth

SeaCure for pets

With caution and common sense, sometimes, it is good to explore new ideas with the intention of improving our cat’s health and welfare. Here are two possibilities. The first, SeaCure, is a dietary supplement for humans. It has been recommended … please continue reading

Ruth the Paralyzed cat and Idgie, her loving Dachshund guardian: Featured stars on Nat Geo Wild

Early last year the inspirational and heart-touching story about a sweet, partially paralyzed tuxedo kitten named Ruth and her devoted Dachshund side-kick puppy named Idgie went viral. The two were almost “glued at the hip” companion animals were named after … please continue reading

We need good, independent scientific studies on the quality and suitability of cat food

Scientific study on cat food

Yes, we need fully independent scientific studies on the quality of the different types of cat food: manufactured dry and wet, and raw. But what is the likelihood of us ever having sight these quality scientific studies? There is a … please continue reading