What steps do you need to take when your cat dies? And how should you grieve the loss of your pet? Read on for our advice. Nobody likes thinking about the death of their cat in the future. It can be extremely difficult to cope with such a tragic event. However, there are a number of practical issues that need to be dealt with, particularly regarding your cat’s remains.
After too little sleep and too much food, now is the time for you and your cat to resume your healthy habits after the holiday season. 2018 is already here and, like each new year, it’s often a time we make new resolutions after over-indulging during the Christmas holidays. But what about puss? While your cat may not have sipped on champagne over the past fortnight, their daily routine has no doubt been somewhat disrupted.
Humans are not the only ones that suffer from indigestion. When fed overly rich or inappropriate food, cats can also suffer from digestive trouble. Over-indulging affects your cat too, but it should be taken a lot more seriously. Indigestion is one of the main risks facing your cat at Christmas time. Here’s how you should deal with it, should the situation arise.
Does your cat disappear for days at a time? We help you to understand this common behaviour in cats. Does your cat have a tendency to run away? Are they prone to disappear for one, two or several days, and then return home as if nothing had happened? If the answer is yes, unfortunately you’re the owner of a runaway cat. This behaviour is quite common in cats, whether they live in an apartment or in a house with a garden.
Fill your winter evenings in the run-up to Christmas by making an Advent calendar for your cat! Christmas is just around the corner. This year, why not let your cat take part in the festivities by making them an Advent calendar! it’s a chance to make a pretty decorative object and, above all, it’s a great excuse to share some quality time with your cat! Now that we’ve convinced you, follow the steps below.
Already have a cat and considering adopting another pet? Follow our tips below to ensure that the arrival of a new pet in your home goes as smoothly as possible. The issue of adopting a new pet always raises many questions when you already have a cat at home. Felines are very territorial animals and they generally don't like to see their everyday lives change dramatically. So, will your cat willingly accept the new arrival?
In order to educate your cat, you must follow very specific rules. Here we share our tips on how to succeed. Whether your cat likes to sharpen their claws on your beautiful sofa or wallpaper, climb onto the kitchen table to steal food, sleep on the clean linen pile, or unroll all the toilet paper “just for fun”, it’s time to nip their naughty habits in the bud!
Cats can vomit for a number of different reasons. Most of the time, it’s perfectly harmless, but vomiting can sometimes be symptomatic of illness. Cats have delicate stomachs so you never know when you might find a little "gift" somewhere around your home. Often, there’s no need to worry; cats can vomit for a number of harmless reasons. However, you shouldn’t treat this behaviour lightly as it can hide a more serious disorder.
Planning to adopt a cat? Why not adopt one from a shelter? It’s safe, ethical and affordable! It’s official: you’ve decided to welcome a ball of fur into your home! But have you considered adopting your new companion from a shelter? By doing so, you have the chance to perform a truly virtuous deed: each year, thousands of cats are abandoned and left waiting for a loving family to give them a new home.
At Meyou, we’ve long been convinced that cats are extraordinary animals. And if we look at their physical abilities, it’s not hard to see why. In some instances, they can seem positively “superhuman”! Our feline friends are streets ahead of us in a lot of areas. Here are just a few examples.