3 Alternative Uses for Microchip Cat Doors
21st June 2021
Microchip-enabled doors aren’t just for outdoor cats.
Top 3 Reasons Why Microchipping Cats Matters
10th May 2021
From offering peace of mind in an emergency to giving you real-time insights into your cat’s activity with microchip-enabled devices, here are the most important reasons why microchipping cats matters.
Benefits of outdoor access to both cat and owner
28th May 2020
Many cats enjoy the freedom of the great outdoors, but have you thought about the benefits this can give both you and your pet?
Why outside access can enrich your cat’s life
2nd April 2020
Outside access can offer a cat important enrichment and keep them happy and healthy. Here we take a look at why outside access is important.
Keeping track of your cat in your home and garden
2nd September 2019
Does your cat have access to the outdoors? Do you want to keep track of when they’re inside and when they go out, as well as ensure they don’t stray too far? Here we take a look at how a SureFlap Microchip Cat Door Connect and a ProtectaPet containment system can help you to keep track of your cat in your home and garden.
What to do if your cat goes missing
24th September 2018
If your cat goes missing it can be a stressful time but remember that some cats can wander off for a few days at a time and return all on their own. Try not to panic and follow these steps to give you a better chance of finding them.
How to choose the right cat fence for your garden
19th September 2018
As a cat owner, you may have concerns about the safety of your pet when they are spending time outside. While keeping your cat exclusively indoors can be a good option for some timid cats, you may want your cat to experience all the enrichment that the outdoors has to offer with the reassurance that they’ll be snuggling up on your lap after an exhausting day of sunbathing and stalking leaves.
How to train a cat to use a cat door
5th May 2015
Most cats can successfully be trained to use a cat door, even if they have never used a cat door before. Even cats that are used to using a cat door might be suspicious of a new one. Take a look at our top tips to ensure your cat starts using their new cat door in no time!
Outdoor cat toys for your garden
24th April 2015
Providing outdoor enrichment for your cat will keep them entertained in the garden and will dissuade them from straying into neighbouring territories. Toys in the garden can give your cat a chance to exercise more, lead a healthier lifestyle and keep them entertained when you’re not at home.
8 ways to create a cat-friendly garden
25th June 2014
Giving your cat outdoor access is good, but only if the outdoor environment is inviting to your pet. By making a few simple, inexpensive changes to your garden, you can create a cat-friendly haven for your pet. Your cat is less likely to venture beyond the garden to neighbouring gardens or across roads if you employ these techniques. Take a look at our top tips below.
Where is the best place to install a cat door?
25th June 2014
It can be difficult to find the right place to install a cat door as you are often limited by the construction of your house. Thankfully, many cat doors have been designed to be installed in doors, windows or walls, giving you more opportunities to install it in a place that is suited to you and your cat.
Letting your cat outside for the first time
25th June 2014
Most cats love exploring the great outdoors and giving them free access to outside space can prevent behavioural problems that are often associated with cats that are permanently kept indoors. But what do you need to know before letting your cat outside for the first time?