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How to teach your child to care for and bond with your cat

If you’re lucky enough to live in a house with cats and kids, you’ll be familiar with the companionship they provide towards each other. Cats can be a great influence on children and most cats will enjoy the affection that children offer.

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Mother’s Day: If your mum has a cat, avoid lilies

If you don’t already have it listed in your calendar, Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday. For many, it will be an opportunity to give thanks to the female in your life with a small gift – whether that means a box of chocolates or a big bunch of flowers.

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Stray cat rescued after his tail was snapped in half

Cats Protection volunteers have been caring for a stray cat found with half of his tail hanging off. The moggy, who has been named Bobcat, was reported to the Gwent Branch by a kind member of the public who found him in Blackwood on 5 March 2019.

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Burned cat Mushka has a second chance at life

A stray cat who suffered from burns after seeking shelter from the cold under a car bonnet is receiving much-needed care from Cats Protection’s Bridgend Adoption Centre.

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The Sorting Cat: Which Mogwarts house is your cat in?

As any Harry Potter fan will know, cats are a witch or wizard’s best friend. From Hermione’s faithful moggy Crookshanks to Professor McGonagall’s tabby Animagus, there are many felines roaming the halls of Hogwarts.

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Where do cats sleep? Create the perfect sleeping spot

While most cats don’t seem to have a problem with snoozing, often fitting in an impressive 16 hours a day, some still need a little help finding the purrfect conditions for nodding off. Find out where cats like to sleep and get tips for making your home a cat-friendly snoozing paradise.

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How do cats drink?

If you have ever watched your cat lapping up some water, whether it’s from their bowl or your own glass that you carelessly left unattended for a few minutes, you might think they’re simply scooping up the water with their tongue.

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Meet Cats Protection founder Jessey Wade

During the 1920s cats were not seen as the companion animals they are today. Rather than pets most were thought of as nothing more than pests.

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Cat called Peter Rabbit rescued from the rain

Volunteers from our Rayleigh, Castle Point & District Branch were alerted to the six-month-old cat last December, who was found soaking wet and covered in mud at an abandoned house.

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Are cleaning products safe for cats? How to make your spring clean feline-friendly

Whether you consider yourself a keen ‘hincher’ or you are keen on giving your home a good spring clean, we have some tips on how to make your spring clean feline-friendly – from what is poisonous to cats, to how to make your space more appealing.

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