Calm, loyal and good natured.
If you're looking for a low maintenance companion, the British Shorthair is the cat for you. This breed likes to keep a low profile and they are fiercely loyal pets that are sweet and affectionate but do not need constant attention. They can be left to play independently which makes them a great companion for single people.
They have a chunky build and are adored for their full cheeks and plush fur. Their short, dense coat needs little grooming which is one of the reasons they became so popular. A daily brushing is recommended during seasonal changes.
This easy going breed makes a very pleasant companion. They are loving and affectionate, very obedient and are easily trained.
Bengal Naughty, intelligent and beautiful, Bengals are one of the stand-outs of the cat world. It's the distinctive 'wild' markings on their coat that sets them apart, making them look as if they would be more at home in a jungle than in suburban home.
Can Cats Find True Love? You’ll find that cats may not show it, but there’s a lot that they love. As cats are territorial, they appear to form relationships with other cats when they feel there is no competition over food or other resources. Kittens form social relationships with other kittens they meet in the litter, whereas two cats that don’t share the same mother, takes much more time to ...
Search for the New Bondi Vet Search Underway For New Bondi Vet A national search has been launched to find Australia’s next TV vet. TV production company WTFN Entertainment, the creators of Bondi Vet and The Living Room, has called for the public’s help to find the next star of Bondi Vet. WTFN’s Director of Content, Steve Oemcke, said the company is looking for an experienced ve...
Meet our TOP 50 VETS Final 50 revealed in search for Australia's new TV vet star! The final 50 candidates have been announced in the nation-wide search to unearth the New Bondi Vet. The list, which has been narrowed down from 400 individual vets and over 7,500 nominations, contains the largest amount coming from New South Wales with 16 vets followed closely by Queensland with 14, then West...
Dear Dr Chris, I am writing to you and requesting your help on behalf of my girlfriend and I in regards to our 4 month old British shorthair kitten named Eugene, who in the last week has lost the use of his back legs. We have taken baby Eugene to our local VET clinic and a few advanced VET specialists in Melbourne and all are unsure of what the exact cause may be. Nearly all are saying that it could have been caused from trauma or possibly a bacterial or fungal infection in his spine which is causing him to lose the mobility and sensation in his hind legs. This issue is also causing Eugene to become constipated and is making it extremely difficult and painful for Eugene to use his kitty litter and it means that he requires Microlax to help with his bowel movements. As we have taken baby Eugene through various procedures of x-rays, urine samples and blood tests while being medicated with Clavulox, Metacam, KY Jelly and Microlax and although it seems evident that the issue is located in his lower spine, we have not yet come any closer to finding the exact cause of the problem and our greatest fear is that Eugene may be suffering from leukaemia. Tomorrow we will be taking Eugene for his first MRI scan in hopes of discovering exactly what the problem is and hopefully begin making the first real steps on the road to recovery. As this is an extremely scary and stressful time for all of us with the added expenses for Eugene's treatments I felt that I had to reach out for further advice or assistance in this unique case. I am not asking for a definitive diagnosis or any miracles but we will do anything to help our little kitten and at this stage any advice or recommendations would be greatly appreciated as the time has come that we are now very desperate. Thank You and Kindest Regards,Darcy, Mollie and Eugene.
Yesterday it would seem our japanese spitz 11 year old male who is ideal weight. Slightly under if anything appears to have arthritis attack him as a rapid onset, unless he has had a stumble Sat night we are unaware of, he seems to be frail but improves as day goes on(warms up) he wimpers if we try and touch and cries when he gets up or down a step, he still wants to follow me around and wont rest