As adorable and innocent-looking as kittens are, they require a lot of patience and nurturing to ensure they don't bite or scratch you while playing. This is inevitable because many pet owners must still learn their cat's temperament and when they have had enough play. They will also be teething, which can become irritating and putting something in their mouth is the only way to scratch that itch. Training a cat to stop these behaviours is important at an early age, and with the following tips you can ensure your kitten grows up to be a good-natured cat:
In a previous article we talked about the psychological benefits of having pets at home, but it doesn't end there. Pets can also be good for your health too!
Himalayan cats may look regal and aloof but they tend to be very affectionate. Their fluffy coats make them the type of pet you want to cuddle! We check out the endearing Himalayan feline.
This week's profile is on the Scottish Fold, a beautiful cat who would love to make your home complete!
For people immigrating to Australia there are some strict quarantine laws for pets. Usual regulations dictate that upon arrival to Australia, pets must be placed in quarantine for up to 30 days. Quarantine can be financially taxing and may even cause pets to suffer from separation anxiety. The Department of Agriculture (DAFF) has recently announced changes to the import policy of pets much to the benefit of pet owners.