Six resolutions to make 2017 a purrfect year!

Stuck for a resolution for the new year, why not select one our top six resolutions for cat lovers...

Five great ways to treat your cat this Christmas

Christmas is time for the family — including the cat! So make sure your feline companion has lots of festive fun too!

Five reasons cats love Christmas

You've spent ages choosing your tree, decorating it and making it the centre piece of your home for the festive period — but to your cat it's just the centre of all new fun and games. Here's five reasons our cats love Christmas...

Seven reasons cats love cardboard boxes

It’s very likely that most of us cat owners have found our kitty having an afternoon catnap cramped up inside a cardboard box. Some scientists have even looked into this obsession and found that cats actually find comfort and stress relief from chilling out in a cardboard box. Here’s a few reasons why we believe these boxes are our cats' favourite…

Can I have a cat if I work full-time?

People often ask themselves: 'Can I have a cat even though I work?' Here is what you need to know when considering balancing your work life with bringing home a pet.

Six things you need to know about catnip

Does your cat go wild for that little fabric mouse stuffed full of catnip? Here’s why...

Seven signs you're truly obsessed by cats

Do you find yourself declining social invites to hang out with your cat? Is your phone full of endless kitty pics? If the answer is yes, then you may be truly obsessed with all things feline...

10 of the best quotes about cats

We pick some of our favourite words of wisdom about our feline companions. Which is your favourite?

We've all been in the situation when the dog decides to dry himself off by shaking his booty in style - while soaking everything else within a 3 metre radius. But have you ever seen how ridiculously funny their faces look when they do it?

1. They're easy to care for

Guinea pigs do require some care but not as much as other pets like dogs or cats. They need to be fed twice a day – morning and evening, with some fresh fruit and vegetables, along with good quality hay and pellets. Their hutch will need the odd spot-clean throughout the week, and a thorough clean once a week so they have fresh bedding, hay and clean food bowls/water bottles. Their claws will need clipping every 6 weeks.

1. Have you ever wondered what the offspring of a giraffe and a zebra would look like? If it existed, it would probably look like an okapi…


The okapi is related to zebras, however it’s more closely related to giraffes. Both okapis and giraffes have very long, flexible tongues measuring around 30 centimetres long, and they both have long necks. The okapi stands about 1.5 metres tall, 2.5 metres long, and weigh between 200-350 kg. They have big ears which help to detect the predators, such as the leopard. The okapi is an endangered species.