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BVA Aug 11
86% of vets treated flat-faced cats for breed-related health problems last year. Along with , we're calling for prospective cat owners to pick
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– Snow Pals by France Bauduin From 24 Nov – 8 Dec 2018 France's work will be on show at art exhibition where 25% of the sales are being kindly donated to iCatCare. To find out more about the artists and the exhibition, visit:
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InternationalCatCare Aug 13
– Sumo 📸 'Sumo, a cat from a shelter waiting for adoption' If you'd like to have your photo featured next week comment below with your image!
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InternationalCatCare Aug 13
Replying to @pebzz @PetGazette and 4 others
Thank you so much for signing and sharing our !
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BVA Aug 12
The price of looking 'cute' can be a lifetime of health & welfare problems. Avoid getting cats with extreme features and choose a healthier breed or moggie instead
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ISFM Aug 10
Boasting numerous landmarks; including the Petronas Twin Towers, Petaling Street flea market and the Batu Caves... We can think of worse places to gain than Kuala Lumpur! Make sure you join us there for this year's Asia-Pacific :
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InternationalCatCare Aug 10
Replying to @walkhikeaholic
Congratulations to our winner – Ria ! Please send us a message or drop us an email eve@icatcare.org and we can arrange for the to be sent out to you 😺
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InternationalCatCare Aug 10
From a teeny, tiny Taco to a not so tiny Taco... 📷 Rachel Philip This photo of Taco as a kitten features in our 2019 calendar which is being sold to raise funds for our work. To get your paws on 12 months worth of adorable kittens, visit:
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InternationalCatCare Aug 9
Happy ! To celebrate we're offering the chance to WIN a copy of our brand new cat photography book , before it's available on 20/08/18! All you need to do is LIKE and RETWEET this post and we'll pick a winner at 11am tomorrow – good luck!
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BVA Aug 8
86% of vets treated flat-faced cats for breed-related health problems last year. On , we've teamed up with to throw a spotlight on the price cats pay for looking 'cute'
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InternationalCatCare Aug 8
Skeletal abnormalities, abnormal bone development, arthritis... There's no doubt that Scottish Folds are suffering for their 'looks'. Health should always come first when breeding cats – RT to spread this message
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InternationalCatCare Aug 8
Replying to @iCatCare
Like and retweet our posts today using the hashtags and to show your support for our campaign and to spread the word that we should always prioritise health over looks when breeding cats.
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InternationalCatCare Aug 8
Figures released today show that only 1/4 of flat-faced cat owners were already aware of the potential health issues and just 1/20 were aware of the additional costs associated with the breeds before choosing their pet
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MRCVS online Aug 8
On and have joined forces to highlight the health and welfare issues faced by brachycephalic cats
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InternationalCatCare Aug 8
For more information on Munchkin cats please see: Best wishes, Eve and the iCatCare team
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InternationalCatCare Aug 8
We've heard first-hand from vets how difficult and painful life can be for Munchkin cats: And, it is also sadly known that the defect causing their shortened legs can result in the death of kittens before they are born. (2/3)
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InternationalCatCare Aug 8
Hi Fiona, whilst there is less scientific data for Munchkin cats (compared to flat-faced and Scottish Fold cats), the deformity of their shortened limbs and cases of abnormal curvature of the spine suggests that these cats are likely to suffer pain and compromised welfare (1/3)
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InternationalCatCare Aug 8
Replying to @Completely_Cats
Thank you so much for your support!
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InternationalCatCare Aug 8
Replying to @iCatCare
Please like and retweet our posts today using the hashtags and to show your support for our campaign and to spread the word that we should always prioritise health over looks when breeding cats.
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InternationalCatCare Aug 8
International Cat Care and the British Veterinary Association unite on to urge cat lovers to avoid choosing breeds designed to have extreme or unusual features, such as flat faces or folded ears, due to health and welfare concerns
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