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Stories and Pet Tips

Keep Your Pets Safe This Halloween

With preparations in full swing for the spooky season, it is important that we not only start planning our decorations, but also how we can keep our feline friends safe during the holiday season. Halloween is a fun time for all, but with constant visitors, intimidating costumes and toxic treats it...

Halloween Treats For Your Feline

Some of the most popular Halloween treats are toxic for our pets – especially chocolate, so there is no better reason to get in the kitchen and make your feline friend their very own tasty treat for the festive season. Candy Corn Ice Pops Candy corn is one of the staples of...

Pet Milk FAQs

While many of us may have grown up feeding our pets milk, we now know that standard cow's milk is generally difficult for pets to digest. This is because cats and dogs do not make the lactase enzyme, which means they are unable to break down the naturally occurring milk...

Hydration for cats

Unlike their canine counterparts, our feline friends are notoriously poor drinkers. This is likely due to their evolutionary path from desert type environments whereby they obtained most of their water through consumption of entire prey animals… including the stomach contents.

Q&A on Feline Natural Milk for Cats

  What animal is it from? What kind of milk is it? Feline Natural Milk is made in New Zealand from 100% New Zealand grass-fed, free-range cow’s milk.  Are the cows grass-fed?  Yes! Feline Natural milk is made in New Zealand from New Zealand free-range, grass-fed cows milk.  What are the ingredients?  Milk, Flaxseed Oil, Lactose Enzyme, Taurine,...

Nutrient Rich Organs

The use of offal in pet food has been a long-time sufferer of poor perception, particularly in countries with low human consumption of organ meats. Often perceived as a cheap, secondary by-product, inferior to muscle meat, this could not be further from the truth! Offal or organ meats are a...

WSAVA Q&A

1. Do you employ a full-time qualified nutritionist? Yes. Kathryn Reeves is our in-house nutritionist. Kathryn holds a Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in Human Nutrition and Physiology from Massey University. Kathryn also works alongside leading animal research institute; Massey University in New Zealand to create pet food diets...

Milk For Cats

Written by Dr. Josie Gollan   When I was growing up, if you had asked me what cats drink I would have confidently answered milk. With cartoons such as Garfield and Sylvester the cat, who if you don’t recall loved to guzzle milk, informing my young opinions it is no...

Answering your cat’s hydration needs with Feline Natural Pouches

'My cat just loves water; they love a bath, they love to swim and I often just find them lying out in the rain’….. said basically no cat owner ever! For anyone with childhood memories of their fluffy friend turning into a rabid panther when they tried to put them...

Keep your best mate safe this Christmas

With Christmas just around the corner (can you believe it?) the festive spirit is well and truly in full swing and the social calendar is becoming littered with Christmas parties and family gatherings. Like many people, it is my favorite time of year and I adore spending it with loved...

Emerging from isolation: managing your pet’s stress levels

  With the glimmer of returning to normal life flickering on the horizon, it is important we consider what this may mean for our furry family members. For the last couple of months, they have adjusted to full households, constant company and likely more attention as our lives have slowed...

Getting Cats To Try New Food

Written by Dr. Josie Gollan     Despite all their wonderful attributes, when it comes to mealtime, many of our feline friends can be a significant source of frustration, particularly when new foods are introduced. Cats are known for their fastidious behavior and this all to frequently extends to their...