The Oldest Cat To Have Ever Lived
Your Pet Nutrition Blog » Cat Health
by Team YPN
2w ago
Could red wine be the secret to a cat’s long life? According to Jake Perry, owner of Creme Puff… it could.  Meet Creme Puff.  The world’s oldest cat to have ever been recorded. Living to the incredible age of 38 and 3 days.  Creme Puff’s Amazing Life  This feline legend lived in Texas, under the care of her loving owner. Creme Puff was born on August 3, 1967, and enjoyed life until August 6, 2005. And while studies reveal the average lifespan of a domesticated cat is only 12 to 18 years… Creme Puff managed to outlive most cats by decades.   In fact, her longevity ..read more
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Why Do Cats Sleep So Much?
Your Pet Nutrition Blog » Cat Health
by Team YPN
1M ago
Ever wonder why your feline spends most of the day snoozing away?  Well, there are a few secrets hidden behind your cat’s professional nap times.  You see, cats, unlike humans, are naturally crepuscular. Meaning they’re most active during dawn and dusk.  So, while you’re sipping your morning coffee, your cat might be catching some Z’s after a night of adventures. But there’s more… Hunting Instincts In the wild, cats are predators.   And hunting requires bursts of energy followed by long periods of rest.  Now, even though your fluffy companion may not need to hunt ..read more
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Perdita: The World’s “Worst” Cat
Your Pet Nutrition Blog » Cat Health
by Team YPN
1M ago
Tucked away in North Carolina… A feline sensation is stirring up quite the storm.  Meet Perdita, officially crowned the “world’s worst cat” by animal shelter officials.  But here’s the twist—she wears that title like a badge of honour. Perdita’s Journey At first, the shelter staff thought Perdita was unwell because of her violent outbursts… Especially when touched anywhere other than her forehead.  However, the shelter’s vet found no illness or injuries — Perdita was just being herself. Which made finding her “forever home” quite challenging… That’s until the shelter staff creat ..read more
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Most Common Spring Plants Poisonous To Pets
Your Pet Nutrition Blog » Cat Health
by Team YPN
1M ago
Spring is finally here… Bringing its blooming flowers, vibrant hues and some much needed sunshine. But with it also come renewed dangers for our furry friends.  While the spring flowers look pretty in our gardens, the park and even in our homes…  Some of them can be harmful, even poisonous to your beloved cats and dogs.  Especially if these are accidentally ingested.  So here’s what to look out for.  Daffodils, Hyacinths, and Tulips These garden centre favourites may add charm to your garden and home… But they pose a threat to your cats and dogs if ingested, as they co ..read more
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Unravelling the Charm of Ginger Cats: 5 Fun Facts
Your Pet Nutrition Blog » Cat Health
by Team YPN
1M ago
Ginger cats have captured the hearts of pet lovers worldwide.  With their fiery fur and playful personalities… But did you know there’s some fascinating facts hiding behind the orange fur?  Not Just Tabby Cats They boast a distinct coat colour. Setting them apart from other feline friends. In the UK sometimes they’re even called “marmalade” cats.  But what’s really interesting… While all ginger cats are tabby cats, not all tabbies are ginger in colour. You see, ginger cats have a solid colour without the characteristic tabby stripes.  This sets them apart in the feline king ..read more
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First Time Cat Owner: A Beginner’s Guide
Your Pet Nutrition Blog » Cat Health
by Team YPN
1M ago
Welcoming a new cat or kitten into your home is exciting. Get ready for endless cuddles, playful antics, and a whole lot of purring… But before your whiskered pal arrives, let’s make sure you’re all set up and ready to go. So here are a few simple and easy steps to get you going… Getting the Essentials Before your cat arrives, make sure you have all the essentials on hand. Your new cat will need a few things to feel comfy and cosy.  Think about a soft bed, food and water dishes, a collar with an ID tag, and some toys to keep them entertained. Essentials also include a litter box and litte ..read more
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How To Keep Pets Safe During Christmas
Your Pet Nutrition Blog » Cat Health
by Team YPN
1M ago
Picture this: a twinkling tree with shimmering ornaments. The smell of festive treats in the air. The warmth of family and friends filling your home.  Now, while Christmas is truly magical, it also presents some hidden dangers to our pets. From glittering decorations to tempting treats and clamps of mistletoe… But with a few small adjustments you can keep your pets safe and sound this season.  Here’s how. Christmas Decorations Cats and dogs might find these shiny items irresistible to play with or even chew on. So don’t forget to keep an eye out for any fallen decorations or your pet ..read more
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Your Ultimate Pet Gift Guide
Your Pet Nutrition Blog » Cat Health
by Team YPN
1M ago
It’s that time of year again. Decorations in full swing and a Christmas shopping list as long as your arm. And when it comes to your pet, it might be hard deciding what Father Christmas will bring them.  After all, you can’t really ask them to write you a wishlist… But fear not. We’ve put together the best Christmas gift options for your furry friend. With plenty of ideas, tips and homedays tricks, even for when you’re on a budget… Pet Advent Calendar Advent calendars don’t have to be just for humans. This year, why not put together your pet’s very own countdown to Christmas. This can be ..read more
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