Getting Rid Of Fleas
Jan07

Getting Rid Of Fleas

Does your Ragdoll have fleas even though you are using a flea treatment regularly? It could be that your fleas have become resistant to the treatment. Even thought my two Ragdolls Marie and Angelo don’t go outside, I found that they had fleas. How could this have happened? And even more so, how did they have fleas when I was using a reputable flea treatment and to someone who hovers regularly? It all begun a few of months ago when I...

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The Best Family Pet
Feb17

The Best Family Pet

Got children and looking for the ideal pet? Buying a Ragdoll cat could be the perfect addition to your family. Here is why the Ragdoll makes the best family pet. The Ragdoll cat has plush soft rabbit-like fur and brilliant blue eyes. They appear in three different colour patterns: Colourpoint, Bicolour and Mitted. Females tend to be smaller than males and usually mature at around 3-4 years old age. Known for its laid back attitude and...

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Introducing A New Cat
Nov19

Introducing A New Cat

Are you thinking about getting a new bundle of joy but worrying about how your existing cat might react? I certainly was when I introduced Marie to Angelo. Marie is a one year old Tortie Ragdoll and Angelo a 12 week old Blue Bi Ragdoll. Please see The Gallery for pictures. Introducing a new kitten to your home When I brought Angelo home from his breeder, I took his carrier straight into the living room/conservatory area. This was to...

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How To Litter Train A Kitten
Nov15

How To Litter Train A Kitten

A New Addition I have just added a new addition to the Wonder/Adoring household. 12 week old Angelo is a Blue Bi colour Ragdoll and is very much planning to become the new boss cat of the house! (See The Gallery for the latest pictures of him.) Being only 12 weeks old, he is partially litter trained but when moving into a new home it can become very confusing for a young kitten. Litter training kittens can be hard work and does...

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What Is Cat Flu?
Sep15

What Is Cat Flu?

Similar to the human cold, cat flu can be caused by a large number of different viruses. However in the majority of cases, it’s found to be from one or two viruses. One is more serious than the other and sometimes the cat in question may always have remnants of a running nose or liquid seeping from the corner of it’s eyes. Feline Calici Virus is the less severe of the two viruses. As with most diseases there are different...

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