Vicky Halls Cat Behaviour Counsellor

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Advice and Information

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Whilst all reasonable efforts have been made to maintain the integrity and accuracey of the behavioural advice it is not a substitute for expert veterinary advice and animals should always be taken to their vet in the first instance.

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Cat Toys
It is recommended that cats are supervised at all times when playing with cat toys. Inspect your cat toys on a regular basis, and discard any loose material or attachment to prevent accidental swallowing. Where dyed feathers are used in cat toys, these may not be colourfast. Cat toys are designed for interactive use with cats. They are not suitable for children under the age of 5 as they may contain small parts.

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