Tag: cat

  • Watch as fireman cat rescues cat stuck in a tree

    Watch as fireman cat rescues cat stuck in a tree

    Advertisements I’m stuck for ideas today but I hope you can enjoy this video as much as I did. It’s funny, and silly, and hopefully it cheers you up if you’re feeling glum! It certainly cheered me up when I watched it. Fireman cat! www.reddit.com/r/aww/comments/oqm0zl/oh_fireman_cat_you_so_silly/ Video explained Fireman cat is relaxing with their owner until […]

  • Airplane cat coming in for a rough landing

    Advertisements This airplane is experiencing a lot of turbulence and headwind. Please fasten your seatbelts and wait for further instruction. While we attempt to make this landing, please remain calm at all times. We are professionals and we know what we are doing. However, you may need to follow safety precautions if the issue persists. […]

  • Adorable Scrungy cat found on Reddit

    Advertisements I was browsing through Reddit for some inspiration to post to my blog, and I found this super cute scrungy cat. They turned it into some retro artwork that looks amazing! Hopefully, you agree. Find the original post here. Also, this is the first time I’ve shared a Reddit post that I’ve enjoyed. Would […]

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  • An Update on Holly

    Yesterday, I posted on Twitter how Holly is doing. We had the results back from our veterinary practice in Bristol. Where they told us, the results were inconclusive. They will need to carry out more testing in the hopes to find out the cause of her issues.

  • Living with an unwell cat

    Some of you know that I have a cat named Holly, and she is really unwell. We’ve taken her to the vets many times, and they haven’t managed to diagnose the issue. This week, we had to take her to a specialist vet in Bristol as a last resort.

  • My cat Squiggle is not well

    My cat has gone to the vets twice because he has a pain in his back. He is constantly licking surfaces, himself and also scratching, digging, and biting himself. It’s definitely a discomfort, but the vets can’t find the answer, and it’s so frustrating. If you stroke the lower part of his back, he will start to lick and/or bite you to tell you it’s hurting. His hair looks dandruffy and is falling out easily, yet it doesn’t look like he has mites or fleas.

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