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Published on January 20, 2022 by Andriana Georgiou

Your furry friend, like all animals, have their unique way of communicating, their own cat language, but cracking the code of these interactions can be tricky for human family members. So, how do cats communicate?

If your cat is trying to get your attention, they’ll often meow, or employ non-verbal communication, such as silently staring at you, pawing at your leg, knocking your coffee cup off the kitchen table, or scratching the couch, but this only scratches the surface of how cats communicate.

Continue reading too crack the code of cat’s communication:

Published on January 17, 2022 by Andriana Georgiou

We wish to appoint two additional Trustees to our Board to support and assist our organisation to help as many UK pets as possible by providing the appropriate service to pet owners, whatever their circumstances, to ensure a safe and secure future for their pets.

Published on January 12, 2022 by Andriana Georgiou
To get the new year off to a winning start why not enter NAWT's Raffle? We have an incredible array of prizes to get your paws on kindly donated by our generous corporate partners and supporters, including a personalised portrait painting worth £1,000, a cottage stay, and £250 of Amazon vouchers.

Published on December 20, 2021 by Andriana Georgiou

As we come to the end of our 50th Anniversary year, we end our series of blogs looking back at 50 years of how life has changed for our pets, with a look at nutrition.

Nutrition is often seen as a complex topic and one that is forever evolving as people develop their knowledge on pet health and wellbeing. Nutrition for pets has changed greatly over the last 50 years and will most likely continue to do so in the future.

Published on December 16, 2021 by Andriana Georgiou

Greyhounds are just about as gentle as you can get — and while they may be bred to race — they’re born for much more. It’s time to bust some common misconceptions people have about Greyhounds!

Greyhounds need loads of exercise.
Greyhounds aren't overly energetic and they love sleeping! On the rare occasions they are full of energy, these guys would rather be eating or playing than joining you on a strenuous hike or 10km run. Greys are built for speed – not endurance. A daily walk and some garden play time is usually enough to keep them happy and healthy.


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