Cats are known for their curiosity, and being aware of common household poisons can help you keep them safe from harm. Cats can become exposed to toxins by directly ingesting them, or by rubbing up against something that can be absorbed through the skin, or later ingested through grooming.
If you notice a change to your cat’s health, and suspect your cat may have been in contact with a poisonous substance, seek veterinary attention.
Gorgeous ginger tabby tom cat Frodo is looking for a forever home.
He’s currently at our Berkshire centre, and has a few medical issues that might put potential owners off, but we want to remind everyone that Frodo’s health issues will not impact his amazing personality and ability to be the perfect companion.
Although a little older than some cats (Frodo is 14), he still has plenty of life left in him and cats are known to live up to 25 years old!
Making sure your cat is properly fed can sometimes be a worry for pet owners.
It is a legal requirement to have your dog microchipped, and here at NAWT we think it is equally as important to have your cat microchipped and details kept up-to-date.
Cats are often given access to outdoors, and although some cats are known to stay close to home, this does not stop them from wandering from their familiar surroundings. Since the start of 2017, we have seen over 50 stray cats arrive at our centres.