Cat keeping

You would like to offer a cat a new home? Here you can find out whether a cat is right for you and what you should look out for when buying one. In addition, we give you all the important information about keeping a cat as well as useful tips to help your new flatmate settle in well and make a great team.

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Leaving a Cat Alone

Work or leisure activities: There are many reasons why we have to leave our pets alone. It's possible with a cat! We explain what you need to know and how to train it with her.


Where to take your dog and cat on holiday?

Finally, a holiday in sight! But surfing lessons or pool holidays are best enjoyed without dog and cat? No problem: we'll show you where your four-legged friend can be lovingly cared for during your holiday.


Indoor cats: What to watch out for with house cats

If you decide to get a cat or a tomcat, there are a few other questions to consider, such as whether your cat will be allowed to go outside or whether it will remain an indoor cat.


Cat-proof home: how to protect your cuddly tiger

The time has finally come: your furry companion is about to move in! The most important thing for your animal flatmate is a safe haven.


Cat-proofing the garden - this is how it's done

A cosy spot in the sun, sandy beds to roll around in and bushes to hide in, lie in wait and stalk: A garden is a little paradise for velvet paws. If you want your indoor cat to have free access to your garden from time…


Outdoor cats: What you should know

Cats that can move freely outside and do what they feel like lead a fulfilled life. They arrive home balanced and content.


»Like dog and cat«? - How living together works well

»Are you a cat person or a dog person?« This question is often the first to be asked among animal lovers and ensures that the person opposite is immediately put into the appropriate drawer unconsciously. You surely know…


Acclimatising a cat: A successful start in the new home

You've waited a long time for this, and now the time has come: your cat is moving in! Whether it's a kitten or a second cat, we'll give you some tips on how to successfully get your new housemate settled in at home.


Initial cat equipment: What you need

The joy is great: Soon you will have at least one velvet paw to keep you company? In this article you will find out what you need for the first kit and what is also important for kittens and outdoor cats.