Scotland isn’t known for it’s sunny weather but recently we have been fortunate to have quite a few days of sunshine. Rory and Mac have been making the most of it. Here are some pictures of them enjoying themselves outside.
Happy first birthday to our little adventure cat Mac. He is tiny but gets up to all kinds of mischief and keeps us on our toes.
If you’re wondering why I haven’t posted for a while, it’s because I’ve been on holiday in Crete. I took a break from blogging and from training, a chance to properly unwind. When on holiday I met a number of stray, un-neutered cats at my hotel. This blog post is about them, but also some advice for tourists generally on helping stray cats. Continue reading
I’ve been fortunate to have had lots of lovely cats in my life. Here is a short blog on all of my pet cats. Continue reading
I often write posts giving some of Rory and Mac’s views on various topics, but at the same time wonder to myself what they are really thinking. Continue reading
Apologies in advance for the longer and more serious than usual post today. As you may have gathered, a huge part of my inspiration for fundraising for Cats Protection this year are my gorgeous boys Rory and Mac, both adopted from CP West Lothian branch. Rory in particular was very poorly last year, making me think about how important he is to me and my family and giving me that push to try and do more for all of those other cats out there who need the care of forever homes.
Rory suffers from Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), something which is actually fairly common in cats but which I was not aware of prior to owning Rory. I’m not a vet so please don’t take anything here as medical advice for your cat, but wanted to write something to raise awareness of the condition, give cat owners a view on they symptoms and behaviours Rory experienced and also talk about Rory’s treatment. Continue reading
There are some things that only cat people will understand. Notice I’ve said cat people and not cat ladies, there are cat men out there too – you know who you are!
1. Your cat alarm goes off well before your actual alarm Continue reading