• Your Cat

    Inside our Christmas special, you’ll find everything you need to get into the festive spirit and enjoy the purrfect day! We’ve got tips for transforming your home into a feline-friendly festive delight, festive FAQs like ‘How do I keep my cat away from the Christmas tree?’ answered, gift ideas, festive feeding tips, and advice for ensuring your kitten has a safe and enjoyable first Christmas. Plus, we’ve got a whopping £2,500-worth of festive prizes to win, an interview with Street Cat Bob’s James Bowen, and so much more!
    On Sale: 14 November 2018
Gifts for cat lovers

Gifts for cat lovers - what to get someone who likes cats? What do you get a cat lady for Christmas? give a unique gift that cat lovers will love!

Vote for the UK’s most miraculous pet

Three marvellous moggies and one death-defying dog are going whisker-to-whisker in the PDSA Pet Survivor Awards – a national competition run by the vet charity.

Top 10 cats of war

During times of conflict, from ancient ages through to the modern day, felines have frequently been in the thick of the action on the front line and essential to war work behind the scenes.

Cat adoption - settling a rescue cat

Cat adoption is a great way to help rescue cats. How can you make sure your new cat is happy and settled in his new home?

What will happen if my cat drinks antifreeze?

The word ‘antifreeze’ strikes fear into the heart of any cat owner — but what are the symptoms of poisoning and how can you protect your pet? Fran Benson explains.

Is a real or artificial tree safer for my cat?

As much as we all love to have a real tree around at Christmas, they come with potential problems. Certain species of Christmas trees, especially pines, are toxic to cats. The toxicity is relatively mild, but the exposure can cause nausea, vomiting, and skin irritation.

Cat adoption - settling a rescue cat

Cat adoption is a great way to help rescue cats. How can you make sure your new cat is happy and settled in his new home?

Is a real or artificial tree safer for my cat?

As much as we all love to have a real tree around at Christmas, they come with potential problems. Certain species of Christmas trees, especially pines, are toxic to cats. The toxicity is relatively mild, but the exposure can cause nausea, vomiting, and skin irritation.

Why does my cat knead me?

Kneading is a motion that cats make by alternating their claws in a rhythmic pattern, pushing against a soft object, such as a fluffy blanket, or indeed your lap.