A spokeswoman for the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) said: “Neither Natural England nor Defra have received any credible reports of wild living or breeding big cats in Britain in recent years.
Newborn kittens left to freeze inside wheelie bin (Image: RSPCA)"It is just lucky that the lady heard them crying and cared enough to investigate and so found them still alive."They were very cold when she took them from the bin and they were covered in flea dirt.
Using high-tech scans and some other tricks, scientists are learning how those sandpapery tongues help cats get clean and stay cool.The secret: Tiny hooks that spring up on the tongue — with scoops built in to carry saliva deep into all that fur.Claw-shaped hooksA team of mechanical engineers reported their findings, and say they're more than a curiosity.
First, place their food inside an open crate, and eventually have them eat their meals in the crate with the door shut.Try carrying your pets around the house in the crate or taking a short drive.You can help your pets develop a positive association with the crate by providing treats and playtime at the conclusion of crate time.Taking these steps will make moving day a lot more comfortable for you and your furry friends.Pet-Proofing Your New HomeIt is a good idea to pet-proof your new home.
While it’s not necessary that a pet parent may want to adopt a dog or a cat based on this difference, yet it’s always better to know their natural instinct.
A regional council in New Zealand has proposed banning all domestic cats in an attempt to protect native animals. The South Island council’s new “pest plan” calls for all domestic cats in the Omaui region to be neutered, microchipped and registered.
Butters the naughty kitty.Source:SuppliedCHANGE THE ENVIRONMENT, NOT YOUR CATDr Kendall said that many of the physical symptoms and problem behaviours she sees in cats are caused by underlying issues relating to the way they’re being looked after.