Category Archives: Cat Talk Corner

Mrs Jones boy Tom

She Called Me Thomas As far back as I can remember, I was Mrs Jones boy. She lived in a big house in the West Sussex countryside. She called me Thomas or Tom after the singer. I couldn’t sing, but I could purr up and down the scale when petted and stroked. When I was […]

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Adopting A Kitten

Your New Kitten Let the kitten inspect his/her new home. Show him/her his/her litter tray and his/her bed. Do not leave him/her on his/her own. Offer him/her a little food and keep an eye on him/her until he/shes tires and goes to sleep. DO NOT LET THE FAMILY PULL HIM /HER ABOUT – REMEMBER HE/SHE […]

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Responsible Pet Care

Responsible pet care includes Ensuring your cat has been neutered / spayed.  Apart from unwanted pregnancies, the cat is less likely to wander off if this procedure has been carried out. Microchip the cat so it can be traced if it does goes wandering (or jump into a stationery vehicle for a ride).  Remember if […]

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Cat Talk

  Are you an animal lover?  Did you know? EVERYDAY In Great Britain more than 2,000 healthy dogs and as many cats are destroyed because they are unwanted!     Many of these unwanted pets are not strays. They are “extra” puppies and kittens produced by the lack of effective neutering and spaying of otherwise […]

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Adopting a cat…

All animals need a lot of love and attention. We at Worthing Cat Welfare Trust aim to give our rescue cats the best possible advantages by being re-homed with a loving person/family.We know all our cats before they are re-homed and will endeavour to place them in suitable surroundings.We know if our cats need a […]

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How to guard against losing your cat….

CATS SOMETIMES GO MISSING…. However well you look after, love and care for your cat, occasionally they may go wandering or get lost. Here are some measures you should take to help you prevent your cat from ‘wandering off, or find your cat again in the event of him/her going missing. SPAY/NEUTER YOUR CAT ~ Neutered cats […]

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