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Frosty Feline Fundamentals

The chilling winter months are here and it’s essential to ensure the well-being of our beloved feline companions. Bring in the festive cheer with love, care, and warmth for your beloved pets as you keep these winter safety tips handy!

Pawsing for Peace: Understanding Cat Anxiety

Just like us humans, anxiety in cats is a common occurrence. Most fears and anxieties in cats develop because of unpleasant early life experiences. Be a responsible pet parent and know what you can do to keep anxiety at bay for your feline friend.

kitty yums Creamy Treats:

Cats and their love for creamy treats is unmatched. Here’s how Drools is celebrating their love and giving your pets the best quality creamy treats!

‘Purr’fectly protected-

Balancing festivity and pet safety one rule at a time! Keep these tips in mind to cat proof your house for the upcoming festive season and keep the dainty décor and your naughty pet safe.

Toygers and their Regal Stripes:

Embark on a journey of opulence with the distinguished Toyger, a cat breed that’s known for its unique characteristics and resemblance to the big cats – tigers!

Perils of Pyoderma in Cats

Bacterial skin infections in cats may be referred to as pyoderma and can wreck a havoc on your pet’s overall wellbeing. Read on to know all that you should know about pyoderma in cats and how you can manage it.

Angels of Wellbeing: Antioxidants & Taurine

Oxidative stress occurs when there is an imbalance between free radicals and the body’s ability to neutralize them. Free radicals are unstable molecules produced during normal metabolic processes and in response to external factors like pollution, UV radiation, and stress. If left unchecked, these free radicals can damage cells, proteins, and DNA hastening disease & aging. - by Dr Pooja

Love thy Bengal

The pairing of wild cat breeds with domesticated indoor cats, most well-known example is the Bengal, which resulted from crossing a tame black domestic cat with a wild Asian leopard cat.

Claws Out to Claim–

Indoor cats establish territories just like their wild counterparts. It is important to keep in mind that at the end of the day, cats are predators whose instincts still reign supreme.

The travelling cat chronicles

Earlier this year I took my two desi shorthair cats Laddoo & Katli on their first-ever train journey. It was such a fun filled experience for all of us, and we’re hoping to continue with our traveling tales in the future as well.

‘PURR’fect nutrition

Peculiar aspects of feline nutrition • Cats have shorter small intestine and are adapted for high protein diet, high fat, and low bulk diet. • They are somewhat peculiar in their attitude towards food and eating behaviours. • Arachidonic acid (ARA) is dietary essential in felines because conversion of dietary linoleic acid (LA) to ARA is rate-limited by low Δ6-desaturase. ARA is required…

Fascinating felines – 19 amazing facts about cats

Cats are usually synonymous for being aloof and mysterious. But these majestic beings make the perfect companion and have such unique things about their personality that you’ll be amazed. Celebrating our 19 Anniversary …. meow on….

Indulgence at its best with Drools Creamy Treats

In the enchanting realm of pet parenting, every cat parent knows that forming a deep bond with their feline companions requires a touch of magic. Cats, with their enigmatic gaze and whimsical behaviour, are not just pets; they are cherished members of the family. And like any relationship, building a connection with your cat often involves the art of bribery – in the form of treats!

Move over muscle damage with persistence of physiotherapy

Muscle damage in cats is quite common, be it because of their mischievous nature or due to natural reasons. The perks of physiotherapy are great to prevent pain and improve strength and mobility in your feline friends. –by Dr Amarjeet Singh Kanda

Handling Feline Cognitive Dysfunction (FCD) in oldies

There’s nothing like the seasoned love of an old pet! But the older they get, the more your responsibility increases. Feline cognitive dysfunction (FCD) is quite common in older cats and it is part of behavior issues. Put your best pet-parenting foot forward and tackle behavioral issues in older cats. –by Nitya Ramachandran