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Royal Canin British Short Hair Nutrition

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Royal Canin Maine Coon Nutrition

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Cleaning up vomit

Puppies and kittens are more prone to vomiting than adult cats and dogs, but just like us, things can happen which make us feel unwell at various p...

Cleaning up toilet stains

Whether you've got a toilet-training newbie, an accident-prone adult or an ageing oldie - you're going to want to know the basics of cleaning up yo...

Why choose premium food

Did you know premium pet foods can actually save you money?The old adage 'you get what you pay for' applies to pet foods as well -...

Caring for your senior cat

Just like us, our furry friends tend to slow down a bit in their later years. You might notice changes in how they run around and greet you, but th...

Choosing the right kitten

With many cats living to over 15 years, and some hitting 20, choosing the right kitten is a life-long decision with lots of things to consider befo...

How old is my cat in human years

The old rule of thumb for calculating your cat's age in human years is to multiply by 7, and while this is a great reference point to estimate thei...

Reasons your kitten might not be eating

The reason your kitten may be off its food could be as simple as a change in environment. It's a very exciting time to be bringing home a new pet, ...

Rewarding your cat

Some cats are really motivated by food, while others can be motivated by cuddles and praise, so it's important to get to know what your cat likes -...

Rewarding your kitten with treats

You new kitten will be learning so much in its new house, how to behave, when to go to sleep, where to go toilet - so you'll be wanting to reward t...

Socialising your kitten

Kittens start learning how to socialise from day one, but they will come to you really only having learned a bit about how to socialise with other ...

Which breed is right for me?

Cat breeds have different coat, behaviours, personalities and activity levels so there are many factors to consider before deciding which breed of ...

How to flea your kitten

Kittens, whether they come from a breeder or a pet store may already be on a course of flea treatment when you get them. However - fleas can strike...

Signs your cat has fleas

Fleas are a very common parasite that your cat can pick up from other cats, the environment and even a house that has had pets in the past. Fleas c...

Signs your cat may be having sight issues

Did you know blind cats can still climbs staircases, on cabinets and up trees?Symptoms may beWalking into thingsCha...

Becoming a senior cat

*You'll notice when your cat is getting on a bit when they become a bit slower, their coat might become a bit scruffy and they might start becoming...

Brushing your cat

Grooming is something you want to start on when your cat is young and the most accepting of new things, however if you didn't there are still ways ...

Giving your kitten a bath

Cats naturally groom themselves so aside from some extra brushing from you, they shouldn't normally require bathing. New kittens however may someti...

Keeping your pet comfortable in summer

The heat is back! And while we're all about celebrating summer at Petpost, we also like to make sure our pets are happy & safe as the humidity ...

Giving your cat eye drops

Watching a vet apply eye drops can look quick and easy, but when you get home and it is just you and your cat, without following the right process ...

Giving your kitten tablets

Oral tablets are commonly found over-the-counter for worming, or as a prescribed treatment option from your vet. The idea of giving your cat a tabl...

Tackling your cat's mattes and tangles

You might have a long-haired cat which is prone to getting mattes and tangles, or you might have an overweight or old cat who is just having troubl...

Keeping your pet calm over halloween

Halloween can be a fun time for us, but strangers knocking at the door and loud noises from children can be alarming or distressing for our pets.

Cleaning up diarrhoea

Puppies and kittens are more prone to having diarrhoea than adult cats and dogs, but just like us, things can happen which make us feel unwell at v...

Changing your cat's food

Switching foods can be a delight for some cats, but a few have sensitive stomachs easily irritated by a change in diet so it is important you trans...

Household dangers for your kitten

Did you know young kittens have a tendency to rest in small places? Keeping draws, wardrobes and even washing machines closed will minimise the ris...

Things your kitten may find in the garden

You'll learn quickly that kittens are very adventurous, and once they are old enough to go outside, the backyard can be one big place of fun! There...

Things to get for your new kitten

Bringing your little kitten home can be so exciting, and while they are so small and take up little space - you'll be amazed at the amount of thing...