Posts Tagged ‘Kittens’

Protect your cat – have her spayed

World spay day © RSPCA

Today is World Spay Day and the perfect reminder to book in with your vet to have your cat spayed.

In a study of cat owners, we discovered that 85 per cent of litters are unplanned! The reason? Many people don’t realise how easy, and how young, a cat can get pregnant.

Spay by four months

A cat can get pregnant as young as four months of age, while she’s still a kitten herself. This is why the British … continue reading ››

#AnimalHero assaulted on the front line

Inspector Susan Haywood with rescued cat, Stevie © RSPCA photolibrary

I’m Susan Haywood and I’ve been an RSPCA inspector for seven years.

I have three cats, three rabbits and four chickens. One of my cats was found as a kitten tied up in a carrier bag under a children’s playground slide.

He had such a bad infection in his eyes that they both had to be removed – so he’s completely blind. I named him Stevie and he gets around fine now. He is a perfectly happy little cat.

On … continue reading ››