Cat Food – What You Need To Know

Posted on October 18, 2021 at 10:16 am

Unfortunately over the past couple of months, we have noticed cats of varying ages coming extremely poorly and sadly passing away. The only thing that these poor cats have in common is the food they are eating. This being Felix cat food.

Unfortunately, the Felix brand decided to change their recipe and will not take responsibility for this. They have added something called Purina into their cat food, and this is what we believe is making cats across the United Kingdom increasingly poorly. This is the only change that these cats have all had in common and it is a shame as this brand has been amazing but it should now be avoided at all costs.

If you gain anything from this article… go and check your cat food. Check for the ingredient Purina. This could be seriously damaging your cats and by the time you notice it will be too late and there is nothing you can do.

Some of the side effects you may notice in your cat when they are eating this food is they seem to become depressed. They are no longer wanting to eat their food. They may even have diarrhoea that is not good for them.

We would suggest that you change your cat food immediately to keep them safe and healthy. Yes, all cats will not become affected by this, but to be on the safe side you should avoid this brand until further notice. Do some extra research and you will find how bad this truly is. Kittens and older cats are being affected, no one is left out.

Keep your cat safe. Keep them healthy by avoiding this cat food brand at all costs. Do what you can for your cat, even if it means investing in a slightly more pricey brand of food,

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How To Bathe Your Cat

Posted on May 24, 2018 at 11:45 am

It’s much easier to wash your cat in a kitchen or bathroom sink than bending over a bathtub. Following is a step-by-step procedure for the quick and painless cat bath:

  1. Fill the sink with about 2 or 3 inches of lukewarm water
  2. Wet the cat from the shoulders to the tail and apply shampoo.
  3. Just like your own hair, lather and rinse thoroughly
  4. Since most cats really hate having water splashed on their face, use a damp washcloth to gently clean your cat’s head.
  5. Use a cotton ball to clean inside the cat’s ears. Never put any kind of object in your cat’s ear.
  6. After a thorough rinsing, lift your cat onto a large towel and fold it around them.
  7. Rub as much water from their fur as possible
  8. Longhaired cats may require the use of a blow dryer, but only if the noise does not terrify them. Set it on low and see if the cat will tolerate it.

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