Thoughts on how to keep cats safe and happy
CATFENCE is the exclusive New Zealand distributor of the OSCILLOT® system.
If you’ve been considering an Oscillot cat fence system, we have lots of exciting news for you. Our new online store offers ready-made kits in 3 colours.
Have you seen our latest video? We are very grateful to Bec at Oscillot in Australia who conceived of this one and offered us a chance to share our contact details on it. We think it's pretty cool, and hope you do too!
Exciting news for the big cats of New Zealand: today we unveiled a heavy duty cat climbing post designed to handle the feline heavyweights.
Dr Arnja Dale, Chief Scientific Officer at the SPCA, is a leader in animal welfare science - as well as having three cats and a dog in her own home. Here she is in a recent video, talking about how to keep your stay-at-home cat safe and happy. And we have to agree...
As you know, businesses throughout New Zealand have been required to close to the public during this period. There are, however, a number of services that we are continuing to offer.
SPCA has been working flat out to desex more than 80 animals a day over the past year, which is the most desexing SPCA has done since recording the figures.
Many of us will have experienced that super friendly cat who seems to love being stroked one minute, only to bite or swipe at us the next. It might be easy at this point to blame it on the cat, but what’s likely happening here is that we’re just not stroking them right.
Many people think that keeping a cat contained (not letting it roam beyond their own property) will make the cat unhappy. But experts say that’s untrue.
It was an early start yesterday for the two-hour drive from Auckland through typical winter fog to Hamilton. All worthwhile though, to be part of another very well-organised and well-attended Hamilton Cat Club show.