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Cat: Advice & Care

Caring for your pet while you are on holiday

Caring for your pet while you are on holiday

Leaving your pets in safe hands Planning for a holiday can be an exciting time but don’t forget to include arrangements for your pets. Whether you plan to take them with you or not, it can take time to sort out their care so it’s best to start getting things ready...

Mental health, pets and people

Mental health, pets and people

It has been shown in scientific studies that pets can improve our mental health. An RSPCA poll by YouGov last year found that 45% of pet owners said their pets had helped their mental health during lockdown and studies have found a range of benefits that pets bring...

Cat Spaying and Neutering guidelines

Cat Spaying and Neutering guidelines

The RSPCA spends considerable time and funds dealing with the welfare consequences of unintended or irresponsible breeding. Every summer we deal with a serious crisis of kitten and cat overpopulation and serious related welfare concerns. Neutering is therefore a...

Settling in your rescue cat

Settling in your rescue cat

Cats find themselves in rescue and in need of rehoming for a variety of reasons, but regardless of the animals’ history, finding themselves in a rescue environment and then, in a brand-new home will be difficult for any cat. There are some things that are very...

Cat litter tray/toileting issues guide

Cat litter tray/toileting issues guide

The purpose of this guide is to provide support if you are having issues with your cat not using the litter tray, either at all, or sporadically. • Have them checked by a vet to rule out health issues as cause or a contributing factor. • Have at least 2 litter trays...

HELP & ADVICE ON CARING FOR YOUR CAT

Caring for your pet while you are on holiday

Leaving your pets in safe hands Planning for a holiday can be an exciting time but don’t forget to include arrangements for your pets. Whether you plan to take them with you or not, it can take time to sort out their care so it’s best to start getting things ready...

Mental health, pets and people

It has been shown in scientific studies that pets can improve our mental health. An RSPCA poll by YouGov last year found that 45% of pet owners said their pets had helped their mental health during lockdown and studies have found a range of benefits that pets bring...

Cat Spaying and Neutering guidelines

The RSPCA spends considerable time and funds dealing with the welfare consequences of unintended or irresponsible breeding. Every summer we deal with a serious crisis of kitten and cat overpopulation and serious related welfare concerns. Neutering is therefore a...

Settling in your rescue cat

Cats find themselves in rescue and in need of rehoming for a variety of reasons, but regardless of the animals’ history, finding themselves in a rescue environment and then, in a brand-new home will be difficult for any cat. There are some things that are very...

Cat litter tray/toileting issues guide

The purpose of this guide is to provide support if you are having issues with your cat not using the litter tray, either at all, or sporadically. • Have them checked by a vet to rule out health issues as cause or a contributing factor. • Have at least 2 litter trays...