9 Ways to Tell Your Cat Is In Pain

Cats are instinctively driven to hide suffering, so be on the lookout for these subtle signs.

Keep calm and carry on

Has Rover been increasingly listless, disobedient and prone to illness? Chances are that he’s not afflicted with a mysterious disease but simply stressed out.

A cat's tail language

Noticing and understanding the position of your cat's tail can help you read its moods.

Is your pet depressed?

Dogs and cats can show signs of depression at any point in their lives. Are you taking the right steps to make sure your pet isn’t only physically happy but emotionally happy as well?

Cats can understand us, they just can't be bothered

Study shows that while cats are capable of recognising their owners' voices, they simply choose to ignore them.

Excuse me, it's poop!

Is your pet eating its own poop? Here are some reasons behind this behaviour. By Bryan Wong

Being water confident!

We are used to the idea that all our dogs could swim, right? In fact, there are a number who are afraid of water and will refuse to go into the pool. By Bryan Wong

Feline High Rise Syndrome

Cats have an incredible ability to focus their attention on whatever interests them. A bird or other animal attraction can be distracting enough to cause them to lose their balance and fall.

Over-grooming in Cats

Grooming comes naturally to cats. But when this turns compulsive, it could be a sign of a more serious underlying issue.

What is Coprophagia?

Have you ever witness your dog taking a bite out of his own stool? Coprophagia is the medical term when a dog eats either its own faeces or that of another animal. There are many possible reasons why your dog is consuming his own faeces.