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It's nearly Easter, spring has sprung, and all should be well with the world but the past few weeks have seen a deadly pandemic sweeping around the globe.
What are the implications of Covid-19 for you and your cats? Can cats catch the new coronavirus? Could they pass it on to you? There's still so much we don't know, and new information is coming to light all the time. We investigate what's known about the disease so far.
Counting The Cost of Veterinary Bills
Veterinary fees are increasing all over the world; along with medical bills, they're probably one of the fastest-rising costs.
Why is this? And how can you make sure you're able to pay those bills when they arise, as they most definitely will?
Searching for a Siamese cat-related Valentine card or gift? Look no further. Our page of beautiful heart-themed designs will wrap you in a furry Meezer hug!
Missing Cats (And How to Find Them)
After a spate of social media posts about missing cats, including one from one of our long-time Italian readers, we look at what you can do to find your cat if the unthinkable should ever happen to you.
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas ...
A round-up of some of the best Christmas cards, decorations and gifts featuring Siamese cats at Christmas time, as well as Siamese cat calendars for 2020.
Safety First, Last, and Always. Keeping your cats safe is always of paramount importance to any Meezer owner. This month we investigate safety both inside and outside the home, with a particular warning about the dangers of lilies.
Our Siamese Cat Calendars page has been completely updated in preparation for 2020.
Browse our selection of the best of the Siamese cat calendars, with a range of bright, colorful, whimsical, arty and beautiful Siamese cats for you to choose from.
Those Artful Siamese Cats!
This month we're taking a look at Siamese cat art and the artists who use Meezers as a muse in their work, including AmyLyn Bihrle, Denise Laurent, Suzanne Le Good, Rachel Parker and Alla Rebrova.
In which we investigate Siamese cat health and the genetic illnesses that particularly affect Siamese cats.
These include gum disease and other dental problems, heart and breathing difficulties, lymphoma, pancreatitis, amyloidosis and kidney disease.
Dumped, abandoned, scared, alone. Tiny, hungry and flea-ridden. This month we return to some of the wonderful rescue stories we've received over the years, and find out how lots of lucky cats came by their 'furever' homes.
This month we're on the move, exploring traveling with cats - whether that's on a short visit to the vet, a cross-country road trip, or relocating to a new country or continent by air. We look at the do's and don'ts of making your trip comfortable, happy and safe.
Remembering old friends and meeting new ones, we have images of spring flowers and Easter eggs from AmyLyn Bihrle, catch up with Lilian Jackson Braun's 'Cat Who' series, introduce Siri Zwemke's Siamese Rescue memoir, Rescue Meez and fondly remember Bandit's 'Gotcha Day'.
In this month's newsletter we're covering teeth, gums, and all things oral. Join us to find out about the most common issues in feline dental health, and how you can help to keep your cat's mouth clean.
Is your cat a chewer or a wool-sucker? This month we're talking about cats who chew ... wool, plastic, cardboard, the cables, the furniture. Find out what you can do to stop this.
What happens when cats turn on their friends? In our January newsletter we investigate a behavioral issue known as redirected aggression, with ideas on what you can do if it happens to you.
Reflections on all aspects of life with Siamese cats, from stories in the news to cat care tips, books, photos, and other goodies!
Information provided on this website is not intended to replace professional advice. If you have any concerns at all about your cat's health, please consult a vet.
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