Humans, dogs and cats are all out exploring, hiking, running, walking and climbing and that me...
Training your cat to walk on a leash can be a fun and rewarding experience for you both. Not only will your bond grow stronger but the world will open right up to your pet.
Winter brings with it colder days and shorter evenings, which means more risk of getting caught out in freak weather or lost under darkness. With this comes risks that it's worth bearing in-mind before you grab your cat's winter accessories and head out.
Summer brings with it warmer days and longer evenings, which means more chances to get your cat out and about exploring. With this comes some risks however that it's worth bearing in-mind before you grab your cat's summer accessories and head out.
Whilst adventuring your cat is sure to come across lots of pet's and animals. One of the biggest questions we get around this is how to handle meeting dogs
Preparing for travels can be hard, now add a fancy feline adventure buddy into the mix and it’s a recipe for panic.
That’s why we’ve put together this list of our essential adventure cat gear.
Once you begin taking your cat outside to explore, you'll quickly find it's not always easy to avoid potentially scary encounters such as meeting other pet's and animals, loud noises and various busy areas such as traffic or crowds. This can be overwhelming for all pets and is especially known to cause fear and anxiety in cat's, especially when in training mode. Socialising your cat in a safe and controlled manner can help ensure these encounters run much smoother in the future.
This week we're featuring one of our cat ambassadors, Noodle. Noodle's humans have been talking to us about how she went from shelter rescue to cat-venturer. Including tips on how to prepare your kitty for exploring the great outdoors, as well as managing situations that might arise and a wonderful intro into her very own adventure cat blog.