Have you ever noticed how “chatty” our cats can get around dinner time? Cats have developed a way of communicating with us by meowing. Yep, that’s right, your cat has trained you to help him/her out and some of us probably even reply and chat back at them! A cats’ meow can indicate many different emotions and needs such as hunger, attention seeking, displeasure or happiness. Each emotion/need often has its very own unique meow; the yowl is a particularly important one to recognize as an owner. The cat yowl is one generally used to communicate frustration, fear, discomfort.
It is no surprise that fireworks raise the heart rate of geese by 96% (Report, November 3). They also cause great distress to pets and many people, young and old, including me. In these days of never-ending austerity, why do we waste millions of pounds polluting the environment to celebrate a failure such as Guy … Read more