Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 135)


Hello everyone,

Welcome to another week of Tummy Rub Tuesday! Oh, and if you haven’t subscribed to our newsletter yet, why not sign up by clicking here to never miss a TRT again.

We have setup a Katzenworld Forum and would like to encourage everyone to make their entries for Tummy Rub Tuesday on our new dedicated Tummy Rub Tuesday post. Simply leave a comment on the post and attach the image you’d like to use. If you’ve got more than one image to use, make multiple comments!

Alternatively you can still send them in via info@katzenworld.co.uk. Or just leave a comment here with the link to the post / photo you’d like us to use.

And in case you missed last week’s post click here to see the full list!

Ziva and her catnip banana are joining us from Mary J Melange’s Blog. 🙂


This cutie is…

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In the Can: Cat Food Textures Decoded!


Hi everyone,

Today we’ve once again teamed up with our friends from petco to provide you with another one of their infographic series.

Cat lovers would do almost anything for their pets. They buy them special toys—even houses. They get them regular care at a favorite veterinarian. Scratching towers? Check. They find snuggle-friendly beds so their felines can rest in preferred spots.

The same consideration comes when owners consider what food to buy for their pets—and what wet food would be best for their cat’s health and well-being. That’s because not all wet food is the same—it differs in texture and flavor, among other things.

Let’s talk about texture first, because not all wet food texture is the same. Wet food textures range from pate—super smooth, super uniform—to flaked—lots of thin, little pieces—and stews, which are a chunky mix of meat and vegetables. And then some wet food is also mostly…

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Baby items that are great for cat use!

The Purrfect Job

Since becoming a human parent, I discovered not only baby and cat can cohabit very happily, but a lot of baby items are actually super handy for cat use too!

Over the years, I have been sharing these tips with my customers. As a result, you will find a lot of these baby items at the home of a lot of my customers who don’t even have children!

1. Baby wipes

Baby wipes are great to clean up mess. E.g. dry up vomit, debris from the litter trays, or even some dry up bits on the cat’s eyes and nose. It’s preferably to pick something that are fragrance-free. We enjoy the Water Wipes at Maow Care. Not only these made with 99.9% water, there is just something about the texture of the wipe itself that make it so much easier to pick up bits. Trust me, I have…

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Slowing Down the Druid Way: Part III: Time-Honoring Strategies

The Druid's Garden

This past week, a friend and I were discussing options for starting seeds for a new joint major gardening project (more on that in an upcoming post).  We talked about several options, and deciding we wanted to stay away from plastic ready-made planting pots, opted for a paper pot maker (a little wooden device that makes it stunningly easy to create paper pots from recycled newspaper). This choice, of course, is an excellent one from a permaculture perspective: it takes an extremely abundant waste product and turns it into a resource. Of course, in order to make these pots, you need the time to collect the paper and the time to create them. This simple choice–paper or plastic–along with the investment of time illustrates an underlying principle that seems to me to be near-universally true in my experience: the further away from fossil fuels we get, the more time…

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Spring is coming!

Well then a special post for my twitter friends @RamblingRatz  ramblingratz.wordpress.com and @Nadinemi13 about snowdrops and crocuses in my garden 🙂


Snowdrops are already atched



Some crocuses are in the process of hatching




We also have some future beautiful yellow crocuses.



And these are I think wild primroses



All pics were taken on february 27 2017 😉

MoCHA Cat Cafe in Tokyo, Japan!


Hi everyone, I’m Teri (guest blogger)!

For those of you who have never visited Japan, or even considered visiting Japan, now you might!

In the land of themed cafés, the most popular type is cat cafés! I was able to visit one called MoCHA Cat Café in Harajuku, Tokyo while I was venturing Japan last summer.

MoCHA has several cat café locations, but the one I went to was located Harajuku, which opened up in March 2016, and is located on the 4th floor of the building. The building was pretty easy to miss! Thank goodness I had a pocket wi-fi during this trip.

There were several rules and procedures before entering in the cat room.

We had to take off our shoes and were provided with indoor slippers to wear. There were cupboards available for your personal belongings as well, which was locked with a key. The key has a rubber…

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