“I love using Chandler® for the shelter cats. It keeps them clean, reduces odours and encourages normal elimination behaviours.”
Dr Renae Jackson Veterinarian, Sydney Dogs and Cats Home
“This is a fantastic natural product Australian made and owned. It is very reasonably priced, can be recycled in the garden and lasts longer than other kitty litters.
Well Done Chandler!”
“Barn our cat is 12 years old. When he was only young we tried a few different brands. But have used Chandler Cat Litter the original one for about 11 of those years. Wouldn't use anything else. Great product!"
It is essential that your cat is fed a balanced diet and sometimes understanding your cats’ specific needs can go a long way in preventing health problems and deficiencies. A summary of things to keep in mind include: Water Ensure your cats have easy access to fresh water sources spread across your house. Water accounts for 60-70% of your cats’ bodyweight. Cats are designed to obtain most of their water intake through food, unlike dogs, cats seem less sensitive to thirst henc
Cats sleep on an average of 15 hours a day, almost twice as that of an average human. Sleep is a critical part of your cat’s overall health and wellbeing. It is common for owners to see their cats twitching and hissing in their sleep. Interestingly enough, this is because like humans, cats do dream and though it is unlikely you will ever here about your cat’s dream, be assured that mice and small critters may have a role in them. So why do cats dream?? Like their owners, cat
While cats seem to prefer social independence, recent studies have revealed that cats enjoy interacting with owners, in many cases preferring human interaction over food. Here is a list of a few tried and tested things to keep your cat entertained while you are at work. Cardboard boxes – Yes please! Unanimously voted as the ultimate cat pleaser, empty cardboard boxes can serve the purpose of a good sleep pod, a sleigh or a castle that your cat can rule from leaving different
Cats are known to be extremely sensitive to new surroundings. Here are a few things to keep in mind when bringing a cat home from a pet shelter. Create a safe space for your cat, preferably in a ‘minimum-activity’ corner of your house. This could be a guest room or a bathroom. If you have got the cat home in a carrier, it would be a good idea to leave it in a corner of the safe space as it would provide a hide out in case it gets startled. Provide all the basic cat necessitie
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New pet owners are usually stressed about buying basic things for their pets. Before a new pet is introduced in the house, parents usually spend days making a checklist of things that will be required for the pet to feel at home. There are a few things which are absolutely mandatory when bringing your furry baby home. Pets need litter, and pet owners need it to be natural, environmentally friendly as well as reusable as compost
Cats delight and confuse us with some strange practices, for example, their fascination of paper. Living with a feline can resemble living with a little, programmed paper shredder. There are teeth marks in your books, on welcome cards, on important paperwork as well as posters of your favourite music artists. The annihilation is endless and nothing is protected. For what reason do your cats shred paper? Numerous felines hook and shred as well as bite up and swallow variety of
Have you ever left your furry feline friend at home for the day and came home to unwanted and unpleasant odours around the house? Here are some helpful tips to keep your home odour free: Keep the Litter Box clean By scooping out the cats business from the litter box on a daily basis rather than when it’s full will help reduce any unwanted odours in the home. Keep the Litter Box in an open space Cat litter boxes aren’t the most attractive to keep in an open space but by open s
You think your cat might not like you but their affectionate behaviour is very different to dogs. They tend to show affection by: Slow eye blinking So, this is pretty much a kitty kiss. The slower they blink the more kisses they are giving you. Have you ever noticed this once you enter the house after a long hard day at work? Cats show love by grooming you You know they love you because they start to groom you with their tongue. Have you ever noticed an unusual amount of time
As a cat owner, you know where your cat likes to be petted. Whether that is behind the ears or even on their belly. If you are new to adopting a cat, here are some spots you can try. - Behind their ears: - On their tail - Belly Where do your cat love to be petted? Tell us in the comments.
Cats can sometimes be so messy but nothing is worse than your new kitten or cat peeing all over the house. Rubbing the stain with a cloth will just make it worse and let the odour sink in more. Here are some tips on how to solve this issue. Use an enzymatic cleaner for your cat urine Uric acid has a very distinct and strong odour, it is not water soluble and will respond with water-based clean-up methods. The enzymes in an enzymatic cleaner break down the acid of the urine an