I don't know about you but there is something about taking down the Christmas decorations and finding myself in January that feels good. A new start to a new year.
Don’t get me wrong, I have had more than my fair share of festive fare and would like to get out for a good long walk. However, the weather has been restricting many of us going out and about lately and this can make you feel a little down. Cats too can suffer from the winter blues so we have some top tips for getting you both bright and motivated again.
I hope you haven’t suffered too much from the flooding. As we are told to expect more extremes of weather in the months to come, it is important to think about keeping our loved ones safe, whether they are indoor or outdoor cats. We have lots of advice from emergency first aid to evacuation kits. And let’s not forget the dreaded flea which is just as prevalent now in wintertime as it is in the summer months.
If you have to be stuck indoors for any length of time, why not have a go at photographing your cat? I can’t promise that it will be easy and much patience may be required but Emma Goulder explains how anyone can get good results with a standard digital camera and a lit- tle bit of time and imagination. Don’t forget to send us the results for our Album pages and upload your photographs to our facebook page here.
You can now download the latest issue of Catworld for just £2.95 includes tips and tricks to help you photograph your cat, an essential guide to flea protection, ask the experts and valentines and the cat plus much much more! Click here to download
Wishing you a very happy and healthy new year from the Catworld team