Patrick
patrickwood

Animal

  • Bisky
    Bisky
  1. How do I tire my cat out?

    Have you ever considered installing a catio on your balcony (if you have one of course)? It won't provide your cat with much physical exercise, but it will provide her with lo1

  2. Do I have to microchip my cat?

    Hello, from what I understand, microchipping your cat is not yet mandatory, but it will be soon. You should check on the government website. Hope this helps, Patrick

  3. Is it ok that I don’t want to let my cat go outside?

    When I used to work in a shelter we never rehomed cats to people who lived in apartments because we thought it wouldn’t be fair for the cats to live indoors their whole live1

  4. Dog nipping

    That’s a tough one. He probably never got out of the puppy biting phase. And it’s a lot harder to get dogs out of a bad habit than to prevent it altogether...but it&rs1

  5. What is the difference between a Burmese and a Ragdoll?

    My sister has a 7 month old Burmese cat, she likes to play, and she is very very affectionate, she loves to cuddle, she follows my sister everywhere, she rarely meows, she is in g1

  6. My cat eats flies, is it dangerous?

    No, most cats do it, just be careful your cat doesn't eat a wasp or any other stinging insect because this could be dangerous!

  7. Should I remove my dog’s collar at night?

    Your dog will probably be more comfortable without a collar on at night! And a collar only takes a couple of seconds to put on or take off….

  8. What can you wash your cat with if you don't have a "special cat" shampoo?

    I'm not an expert, but I definitely wouldn't use human shampoo or soap, it would cause dermatitis on your cat's skin, these shampoos and soaps are too aggressive1

  9. Are cats happy in flats?

    Some breeds are better suited to living in an appartment than others.

  10. We want to know more about you! Are you a cat person or a dog person?

    I would say I'm more of a dog person as well, although at my age I prefer to keep cats. Easier to keep up with them :)