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Bradford Cat Watch Rescue

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Bradford Cat Watch Rescue is Bradfords' only cat rescue offering a wealth of excellent information and support as well as rehoming of around 500 cats and kittens every year!

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  • Pregnancy and Cats
    Pregnancy and Cats Worries about the health of an unborn child weigh heavily on the mind of an expectant mum and there seems to be potential hazards everywhere you look. People may warn you about the dangers of picking up toxoplasmosis from your cat as it is a huge risk. Don’t panic – […]
  • The Importance of Vaccinations
    The Importance of Vaccinations There are lots of nasty diseases out there that cats can catch. Vaccinations are the best way to protect your cat from some of the worst ones. For kittens or cats who haven’t been vaccinated in the last year, they will need a primary vaccination course to get […]
  • Winter
    Winter watch outs …… for your cat!!! Despite their fur, pets can feel the cold just the same as humans do, and freezing temperatures can create problems if you’re not prepared for winter. Here are some ‘Winter watch outs’ and handy tips to help you make sure your pet is happy and […]
  • Feline Healthcare Guide
    Feline Healthcare Guide Vaccinations are an essential part of your cats’ healthy lifestyle. They stop many preventable illnesses including; leukaemia, viral cat flu and feline enteritis. It is important that following the initial course, annual boosters are maintained EVERY year. Flea control is […]
  • Introducing your new cat to other cats
    Introducing your new cat to other cats It does not have to be difficult to introduce another cat to your resident cat. The best technique we have found and recommend is to confine the new cat in a single room initially and introduce the resident cat to the newcomer gradually. This single room […]

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