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Frequently Asked Questions


If you do have a question and cannot find an answer online please e-mail it to the following:

E-Mail Padraig
Please include as many details as possible; the type, age, sex, weight and general disposition of your pet cat/kitten, and a clear description of the problem or question about your pet. Also please include your e-mail address, and if possible a picture of your pet as an attachment.

Read me: Information on these pages is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to replace regular exams or treatment by a licensed Veterinarian Surgeon, but rather to help you become a more educated pet owner. Because I cannot examine your pet, recommendations made are general in nature and for individual cases may not be appropriate. Therefore please consult your vet prior to any "home" treatments to be sure they will not be harmful to your specific pet. In cases of medical emergencies, contact your regular Veterinary Surgeon immediately.
Over time this section will contain more documents on Frequently Asked Questions.

Cat Behaviour
Cat Nutrition
Cats and their Tails
Cat Fights
Cat Mint
Cat's Whiskers
Cats & XMas Trees
Emergency Tips
Explaining Cat Aggression Towards People
Finding a Lost Cat
Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
Hairballs Are Top Cause Of Feline Constipation
ID Chips
Introducing a Kitten to an Older Pet
Keeping Pets Cool
Kittenhood
    Litter Tray Manners
Making Friends With A Cat
Moving Abroad - Pet Shippers
Myths of Spaying and Neutering
Pet Emergency
Pet Passports
Plants that are Toxic to Cats
Protect Pets From The Big Chill
Reasons for Spaying and Neutering
Redirected Aggression
Summertime Tips
What sort of bladder problems are there?
Why is my cat soiling?
Winter Tips
Why is a Cat called a Cat?

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