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  • Scampers » Cats » Behaviour » FELIWAY
    and in worst cases medical problems in cats can develop FELIWAY helps prevent or control such problems and restore the cats emotional balance FELIWAY has been scientifically proven 11 years on the market with exceptional track record of efficacy to prevent or stop urine marking or unwanted scratching in cats FELIWAY helps reassure cats in an unknown environment or stressful environment for example visits to the vets new house carry basket and visits to the cattery To find out more about FELIWAY pop into Scampers and speak to one of our Pet Care Advisors to help your cat be a happy cat Scampers promoting behaviour wellness for your pets More Behaviour let sleeping cats lie Articles Beaphar Calming Tablets and Spot The ProblemJust like us our cats Beaphar Calming Spot On for cats Beaphar Calming Spot O Taking your cat to the vet At some point in her life your cat will make the trip th My cat won t drink water Cats and running water Some Why do cats meow Even a young child knows and mimics a cat noise That dis Cats Spraying Indoors Spraying and urinating indoors View all Behaviour let sleeping cats lie Articles SCAMPERS DOGS

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  • Scampers » Cats » Behaviour » Cats Spraying Indoors
    symptom is urinating outside the litter tray Any urinary tract infection or irritation can make the cat urinate when standing rather than attempting to go outside or to the litter tray Urination in this way can sometimes be confused with spraying Cats often benefit from increased fluid intake if they suffer from recurrent cystitis This may require your cat to change from a dry diet to a wet one but your veterinary surgeon should be consulted regarding any dietary management Why does my cat spray indoors All cats male or female entire or neutered can spray Usually this occurs outdoors as a part of the scent communication system They also leave scent signals by rubbing scratching and bunting rubbing the glands around the mouth onto twigs or other objects The cat leaves a scent not just to let other cats know it is there but to furnish its area with its own familiar smell for confidence In the un neutered cat the urine not only signals the cat s presence but its status Females in season have high levels of oestrogen in their urine to attract toms Most pet cats are neutered and do not spray indoors probably because they do not feel they need to Spraying indoors is a sign that the cat is feeling stressed and needs to make itself feel more secure surrounding itself by its own scent As indoor spraying indicates that the cat feels threatened by something The most common cause is the presence of other cats either within the house or in the neighbourhood However a new baby or person in the household building work redecoration or a change of routine can herald the start of indoor spraying if the cat is already slightly anxious Threats from neighbouring cats Cats often spray around a cat flap or doors to signal their presence to invading cats If your cat has been unsettled by another cat entering the house block up the cat flap and let the cat in and out yourself Fitting a cat flap that has a select entry magnetic or electronic system using a device attached to your cat s collar may prevent further invasions if blocking the flap permanently is not an option Chase other cats out of the garden to give your cat support outside Once the cat feels that indoors is safe there will be less need to mark it Decorating and building work A nervous cat or one that is kept entirely indoors may be threatened by changes to its environment Redecorating or replacing furniture effectively removes all the cat s subtle markings which have been carefully placed by rubbing and scratching To reduce their impact keep the cat away from the rooms until the smells are not quite so strong and have mingled with the familiar scents around the house You can help speed up this process by spreading some of the cat s scent yourself Take a soft cotton cloth and rub it gently around the cat

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  • Scampers » Cats » Behaviour » taking my cat to the vet
    vet she will understandably develop a strong aversion to it She may hide every time the carrier appears or fight tooth and nail not to be put into it You can help prevent this behaviour by leaving the cat carrier out all the time Make sure it s a familiar part of your cat s surroundings You may want to give your cat treats in the carrier every once in a while just so she thinks of it as a good place If your cat has developed a strong aversion to the carrier it may be difficult to coax her inside Try persuading her into the carrier with treats or ask someone to hold the carrier upright while you place the cat inside If your cat is determined not to enter don t force her just put the carrier away Let your cat relax a while then wrap her in a blanket or towel and quickly place her in the carrier Once you are at the vet s clinic keep the carrier covered This will continue to make your cat feel safe If you can t avoid sitting near other animals then at least try to keep away from the loud or boisterous ones Ask to help When it s time for the consultation ask your vet if you can help to hold her Remember though that your vet and the veterinary nurses will be very experienced at holding uncomfortable or frightened animals and know how to avoid getting hurt or hurting your cat So don t worry your cat is in good hands The vet may cover your cat s head with a towel again this is to give her the impression she is hiding Take your cat to the vet regularly Not only will this allow her to

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  • Scampers » Cats » Behaviour » My Cat won't drink water
    possible that the water is just a toy for your cat To your cat flipping over its water bowl or trying to catch the falling drips from a tap might make a great game as well as having the added benefit of quenching its thirst Cats don t need much water to drink especially if they eat canned food or food in pouches which contains a lot of water in it However it is still important to make sure your cat has fresh water at all times Drinking from a bowl There are a few things you can do to encourage your cat to drink from her bowl Try moving her water dish to somewhere that isn t alongside her food Your cat may be picky about having food and water right next to each other If you think your cat doesn t like the temperature of its water try adding a few ice cubes to the bowl You may want to try changing the bowl entirely Different types of bowl will give different tastes to the water If your cat has a plastic bowl try a metal ceramic or even melamine one If your cat is a bowl tipper try looking for a wider bowl with a rubber base This will foil even the most dedicated of cats There are also cat drinking fountains that either constantly run water in a loop these are available in store at Scampers in two different sizes These require electricity to run so you ll need to find a place for it close to a socket outlet Another possible reason might be the taste of the treated water from our water suppliers such as fluoride If you are really concerned about the lack of water that your cat is drinking you could try

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  • Scampers » Cats » Behaviour » why do cats meow cambridge pet shop
    kitchen she probably wants food If your cat is meowing when you ve just come home she is probably just glad to see you and wants to be stroked or picked up The welcome meow particularly when repeated consistently is also related to mating A cat in heat will meow constantly to advertise her availability to males In some cats this can develop into prolonged wailing at all hours day and night Sometimes a cat will make strange chattering or even bleating sounds when she sees prey she can t get at No one is entirely sure why cats do this Some suggest that it is simply a sound of feline anticipation or frustration like someone smacking their lips Some people think it s a ploy on the cat s part to lure its prey into investigating the strange noise Growling spitting hissing and shrieking are all aggressive or defensive cries Usually it s pretty clear if a cat is angry or frightened Similarly purring needs little explanation Your cat is merely content It should be noted that if you have a quiet cat that suddenly starts meowing or a loud cat that suddenly stops it may indicate your cat is sick You should pay particular attention to cats that start meowing constantly while using the litter tray cleaning themselves or eating Any of these could be signs that your cat is in some kind of distress Listen to and enjoy the chatter of your cat She does want to be understood Scampers On the A142 Soham bypass between Ely and Newmarket Near Cambridge More Behaviour let sleeping cats lie Articles Beaphar Calming Tablets and Spot The ProblemJust like us our cats Beaphar Calming Spot On for cats Beaphar Calming Spot O Taking your cat to the vet At some

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  • Scampers » Cats » Behaviour » Beaphar Calming Spot On for cats
    to use Beaphar Calming Spot on for Cats For the best results apply one pipette between the ears once a week The Valerian extract will be activated within 1 hour after the drops have been applied If your pet gets very wet re apply the drops or their effect may be diminished If you use a spot on flea product this is usually applied between the animal s shoulder blades Be careful to apply the Calming Spot On in a different place ideally between the ears It is safe to use the Calming Spot on at the same time as Calming Tablets Scampers Natural Pet Store is located on the A142 Soham By Pass between Ely and Newmarket and only 15 miles from Cambridge Scampers Your Pet s Natural Choice More Behaviour let sleeping cats lie Articles Beaphar Calming Tablets and Spot The ProblemJust like us our cats Taking your cat to the vet At some point in her life your cat will make the trip th My cat won t drink water Cats and running water Some FELIWAY The secret to happy cats Cats basic needs shou Why do cats meow Even a young child knows and mimics a

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  • Scampers » Cats » Behaviour » Beaphar Calming Tablets and Spot On for Cats
    pet Spending time alone Beaphar Calming Tablets can be used safely on all breeds and ages of cats Calming Spot On for cats Beaphar Calming Spot On for cats naturally and effectively calms and reduces problem behaviour in cats of all breeds and ages Containing Valerian extract a single application will calm your cat for up to one week Beaphar Calming Spot On for cats can help alleviate problems such as vertical scratching on furniture urine scent marking in the home excessive meowing and boisterous behaviour It will also help your cat feel less apprehensive during difficult times such as visits to the vet or cattery fireworks thunderstorms travelling in the car or moving house Using Beaphar Calming Spot On For best results apply one pipette between the ears once a week The Valerian extract will be activated within 1 hour after the drops have been applied If your pet gets very wet re apply the drops or their effect may be diminished If you use a spot on flea product this is usually applied between the animal s shoulder blades Be careful to apply the Calming Spot On in a different place ideally between the ears Frequently Asked Questions How long do Beaphar Calming products take to work Beaphar Calming Spot On starts to work within 1 hour Beaphar Calming Tablets start to work after 1 hours Can you use the Calming Spot On at the same time as flea collars and other spot on products Yes The Calming Spot On is applied between the ears on the head whereas flea spot on s are usually applied between the shoulder blades Does the Calming Spot On leave a greasy mark on the fur No only a temporary damp patch that disappears after a short period If I have several

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  • Scampers » Cats » Lifestyle » Microchip Cat Flaps SureFlap
    flap at the same time Battery Life Typical battery life is greater than 6 months with normal usage A low battery indicator is provided to tell you when replacement batteries are needed Batteries are not included The unit requires 4x AA 1 5V batteries Manual Lock The 4 way manual lock allows you to lock the door in any combination of in out For example vet mode allows your cat to enter the house but keeps him inside for the next trip to the vet SureFlap is now available at Scampers See a demonstration in store Scampers is located on the Soham By Pass A142 between Ely and Newmarket Open seven days a week Free Parking More Lifestyle cool for cats Articles Vesper V Line Cat Furniture Vesper cat furniture has arrived Cats are demandi SureFeed Microchip Pet Feeder SureFeed is a revolution in pet dietary control nbs Litter Locker II The ultimate cat litter disposal system to help keep your Verdo Cat Litter NEW IN STORE Verdo Wood Pellet Ca Pet Me Cat Brushes The new Pet Me Brush will change the way Catch Cat Interactive Feeder by N One of the most fascinating things about cats is their com Curver Petlife Rattan Pet Carrier Because your pets deserves the best Just Arrive Cat Wobbler The KONG Cat Wobbler provides beneficial mental and physical Curver Petlife Rattan Covered Lit Because your cats deserves the best Living Barbara Coupe Luxury Embroiderd No Cats on this Sofa No Dogs on this Sofa Embroidered Play N Squeak Bring the wild inside Wild or domestic cats need eng Great Small Cat Scratchers Cat scratchers enrich the home environment for your cat nda Grooming your cat Cats are extremely clean animals but even the most fasti Catnip for Cats Catnip A Herbal ExperienceCat Cat

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