Following a record number of nominations for the third consecutive year, Ceva Animal Health has revealed its finalists for the prestigious Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2019.
The awards celebrate the achievements of remarkable people from the farming, veterinary and charity industries, who go beyond the call of duty to better the lives of animals around the world. Nominations were submitted by friends, family, clients and colleagues.
Finding the perfect Valentine’s gift can be difficult, and with Valentine’s Day fast approaching you may be tempted to go for the ‘safe’ option of flowers. Present your loved one with a beautiful bouquet and they’re sure to be impressed, right? Not if they own a cat and you’ve chosen lilies…
Resolutions aren’t just for humans… The New Year is the perfect time for a fresh start for our feline friends. From ensuring your cat can be identified to preventative healthcare, here are our tips for a happier, healthier and safer cat in 2019:
The nominations deadline has been extended for the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2019, which celebrate the achievements of remarkable people from the farming, veterinary and charity industries.
Nominations can now be accepted until Friday 25th January, giving people more time to nominate individuals and organisations which go above and beyond to improve animal health and welfare both in the UK and abroad.
International Cat Care welcomes the news that breeding ‘designer’ pets, including the Scottish Fold, is to be effectively banned in Scotland, amid concerns about the suffering of such animals due to their genetic defects.
To mark International Cat Day 2018, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) and International Cat Care are teaming up to urge cat-lovers to avoid choosing pedigree breeds of cat designed to have extreme or unusual features, such as flat faces or folded ears. This is because of problems associated with these features which may not be immediately obvious, but cause suffering for the cats.