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Cats are very territorial and therefore feel most secure in familiar surroundings. Put simply, they’re homebodies.
Petplan takes a look into how your cat can be cared for, so that both of you can relax and enjoy your breaks!
However, an increasing number of people are buying cats that are descended from cross-breeding domestic cats with wild cat breeds.
Petplan takes a look into the five most popular domestic cat breeds with wild roots, and reveal all about their suitability as pets…
As the days get longer and the nights get lighter, it’s tempting to let your house rabbit into your garden to enjoy some sunshine and outdoor fun.
But is this change of scenery a good idea for your pet?
Petplan takes a looks at whether you should let your house rabbit into your garden during the warmer months...
As dog owners, many of us like to think we have a deep understanding of our pet and their emotions.
However, dogs, like us, have a large emotional range that can sometimes be tough to decipher.
To help you understand your pet a little better, Petplan takes a look at the body language of dogs and what various external signals can mean, starting with one of the most commonly misunderstood – the wagging of their tail…
After the long, dark days of winter, the warm evenings and brightly coloured flowers of spring often can’t come quickly enough – and we’re not the only ones who look forward to this time of year.Spring also means our cats can get outside, bask in the sun and explore our gardens and beyond.
However, with the sun and the flowers comes a few extra risks for your cat. Petplan takes a look at some of the additional issues your cat may face during the spring months…
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