How To Care For Your New Kitten

This ‘How To Care For Your New Kitten’ article has been written by Muffin & Poppy themselves. This post will be updated regularly to reflect quality as well as best online prices as these are the products we buy ourselves so we recommend you bookmark this page for further reference. Look no further for great prices as Muffin & […]

Kitten Adoption Checklist

Muffin and Poppy are working on their Ultimate British Shorthair Guide © to help people all over the world choose and look after their British Shorthair kitten (Petal has reminded me to add that the guide will also include the Longhair version). Meanwhile, make sure you have read this checklist fully before contacting or visiting an […]

Top 11 Plants Poisonous to Cats

It is very difficult to keep cats from chewing on plants as they love to explore their surroundings. Removing the plant from your home when in doubt is always a good guideline. Also If a plant is poisonous, assume all parts of the plant are poisonous. Here are our top eleven poisonous plants. 1 – Autumn […]

Mini Muffin

Muffin and Poppy are always extravagantly proud of their past litter. Mini Muffin – son of Muffin and Poppy at 6 weeks   Mini Muffin – son of Muffin and Poppy at 2 years old in May 2016   Mini Muffin – son of Muffin and Poppy at 2 years old in May 2016

The De Souza Family

Hello from The De Souza family – Eric, Angela, Daniel and Amy. Lorah-Kelly and Jordan are also a part of our awesome family but have grown up and left home already. Lorah-Kelly is responsible for the stunning photography on our website through her business Strawberry Studios. Eric is currently studying for his BA in Theology […]

4 Helpful Tips For Cat Owners

Kitten Care 1. What gets rewarded gets repeated. I’ve noticed that this can be true even for cats. You can encourage your cat to use the cat scratcher (instead of the sofa or wallpaper) merely by stroking him while using it and using affirming words such as “Good boy Muffin!” with a pleasing tone. I’ve […]

Why Does My Cat Have Whiskers?

Elaborate Sensory Devices Whiskers are extraordinary sensory devices that help your cat interact with the world. They go deeper into your cat’s skin and connect with many more nerve endings. Whiskers are very sensitive to touch and vibrations and tell your cat a lot about the size and shape of objects in the dark, they […]