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London and Surrey cat owners reminded about caterpillar pest in oak trees

Cat owners in parts of London and Surrey are being reminded not to let their pets approach nests or caterpillars of the oak processionary moth (OPM), which are now active in oak trees in these areas.

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Cat competition!

Win a Vitacat pet food hamper, courtesy of Aldi!

Vitacat

We have teamed up with Aldi to give you the chance to win a hamper containing a huge selection of food from Aldi’s Vitacat range for your four-legged friend.

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Cat health

Why does my cat have diarrhoea?

Why does my cat have diarrhoea?

Many cases of diarrhoea are mild and short-lived, only lasting for a few days, and will resolve on their own.

Does my cat drink too much?

Does my cat drink too much?

If you want to determine how much water your cat is drinking, allow her only one source of water, our expert explains.

Cats in the home

Cat scratching furniture advice

Does your cat scratch your furniture? Find out how to save your home furnishings, and keep your cat happy, here...

Should I keep my cats and baby separate?

Cat and new baby

Worried about introducing your cat to your new baby? Vet Richard Allport gives his advice and top tips. 

Outdoor cats

Which lilies are toxic to cats?

We explain why lilies are a big 'no no' for any cat owner's garden and home — and the symptoms of poisoning.

How to make a garden safe for cats

From plants to hiding places, it's essential to ensure that your cat is safe and secure in your garden.

Kitten care

Adopting the right rescue kitten for you

They may have had a rough start in life, so here’s some advice on making sure adopting a kitten goes smoothly.

My kittens won't stop fighting!

Unsure whether your kittens are play fighting or fighting seriously? There are some key differences.