Cats & Kittens July August 2011 Issue
Intelligent, affectionate, loving and playful…a Pixiebob can give you hours of entertainment…playing, loving and cuddling with you.
It is very important to monitor your kitty’s body temperature to ensure she is healthy. Let’s see why.
Dr KG Umesh (MVSc, MSc (UK)) is a Postgraduate in Clinical Medicine. He is working for WALTHAM as Regional Associate for South Asia.
Your kitty is very conscious of her looks…let us also help him maintain his sparkling look!
As a pet parent, we should learn to observe in detail and know when to take the cat to the vet. How do you decide?
As much as you love him, it can be hard to maintain warm, fuzzy feelings when your cat scratches the furniture, jumps on the counters, or gnaws on plants. Of course, he’s just doing what comes naturally. Yelling or hitting won’t deter the bad behaviour, but it will make your cat fearful of you, which is certainly not your goal. So what can you do?