Tigers as Pets: The Pinnacle of Self-indulgence

There are many declawed and even detoothed tigers as pets. People like to think they are sort of overgrown tabby cats. They just have to have one, in the same way they have to have a new and larger car … please continue reading

Feral Cat “Marvin” Becomes a Domestic Cat

By Dorothy Wandruff (DW) Marvin, has been officially living with me for over a year now. It is his choice, of course. He spent the first ten years of his life as a colony cat turned TNR cat. He made … please continue reading

PoC – Pictures of Cats and Protectors of Cats too

Following on from Elisa’s story about brave Joey who went down a well to rescue a cat: we have discovered brave people in our PoC family too and now ‘Pictures of Cats’ has the sub title ‘Protectors of Cats’. In … please continue reading

Your cat recognises your voice and decides whether to respond or not

When you call your cats by their name, do they respond, or just simply yawn and go back to sleep? When they don’t come to you when you call them, have you ever become suspicious that your cats have honed … please continue reading

Adenocarcinomas of the small intestine and Siamese cats

The Siamese cat is predisposed to getting adenocarcinomas of the small intestine. This is a certain type of cancer and in this case it affects the Siamese cat’s small intestine. Compared to domestic shorthair cats (non-purebred cats) the Siamese is … please continue reading