Did you know vets and behaviourists around the world are bracing ourselves for the wave of post-pandemic separation anxiety cases coming to hit us in the next few months? Reason is simple, many of us have been at home with our cats for months at this stage! In Ireland and around the world, the lockdown restrictions are slowly being lifted, and many people are returning … Continue reading Post pandemic separation anxiety
It’s that time of year again – Halloween. I do a safety post for Halloween every year, I wish I don’t have to do this warning post anymore but unfortunately I still have to. As a result, here is a confession – I most absolutely HATE Halloween. Every year, so many cats (especially black cats) falls victims of the ‘holiday fun’. Cats being chased, tails … Continue reading Cat safety tips for Halloween (aka the worst day of the year for cats)
Did you know there are lots of products at Ikea which are not meant to be for cats but make great cat products? They are reasonably priced and they will merge into your house decoration without screaming ‘cat stuff’! (Not that there is anything wrong with that!) Plus, since these items are not made for cats, it can serve other purposes too! 1. Step stools … Continue reading Ikea products that make great cat items
While travelling with your cat internationally, sometimes it might not be possible to finish your journey in one day. You and your cat might need to look for lodging during transit. Plus, it is a good idea to break the car trip into session so that your cat can get rest. It is incredibly difficult to find pet friendly lodging in Ireland but situation has improved … Continue reading Pet Friendly Lodging
If you have been reading my blog, you should know I have started a project called – The Travelling Cat. The aim of the project is to get as much information and as many cat travelling stories as possible all in one place for the ease of cat parents around the world. I have travelled over 10,000km with my own cat, I know how confusing … Continue reading More tips on international cat travelling
Do you still remember the volcanic ash cloud? Yes, millions of stranded passengers were affected across the world by the flying ban caused by the volcanic ash crisis. I remember it very well because we had to help some of our customers who got stuck! Where were you when that happen? Were you stuck? Did you have a plan for your cat? If the volcanic … Continue reading Do you have an emergency plan for your cat?
I don’t actually got asked this question anymore. In fact, I don’t remember when was the last time someone asked me that question. I would like to think the Maow Care website has been effective enough that people don’t feel they need to ask. But in case you are someone who is not familiar with the concept or you are a pet sitter in an area with a … Continue reading Why do you need a professional pet sitter?
It’s that time of the year again. A quick reminder to watch out for our feline friends so that they can have a Maowry Catsmas. Ok, let’s talk about the Christmas tree… I know. There is very little you can do to be honest. They ARE going to attack it. It’s full of shiny dangling objects, it will be against their natural instinct if they … Continue reading Safety tips for a Maowry Catsmas
It’s that time of year again – Halloween. Here is a confession – I most absolutely HATE Halloween. Every year, so many cats (especially black cats) falls victims of the ‘holiday fun’. Cats being chased, tails being burnt. Or even just the general noisiness scare them to no end. Before I talk further, first and foremost… Please remember to keep your beloved cats indoors this … Continue reading Safety tips for Halloween – the worst day of the year for cats!
Some cats are prone to hairball problems. One of the solution to help with that is to give them malt paste. Some cats LOVE those paste while some really don’t. If your cat suffer from serious hairball problems and you really want to get them to eat those paste. There is one secret solution I am going to share with you today. Smudge paste on the … Continue reading Cat tips: how to give cat malt paste