Whether you’re curious about tracking your cat’s daily habits, monitoring its medication or watching it try to catch fish, with the help of these handy apps, there’ll be something for any feline fan. The team at Northlands Veterinary Hospital unanimously agree that owning a cat just got better.
1. Cat Buddy Free
An app specially designed for cat owners, Cat Buddy Free helps you monitor your pet’s daily comings and goings. Record your kitty’s milestones, track its weight and allergies, and keep up-to-date with vaccination schedules. There are also lots of first aid tips to help you with the basics, should your cat need medical assistance.
2. Pet Phone
Check your cat’s health with ease with Pet Phone. You can sync the app to your calendar so that you receive alerts to remind you of upcoming vet appointments. The app also tracks medications when you input medicine type and dosage.
Want to provide the best care for your pet? Ask the PetCoach forum a question and you’ll receive advice from hand-picked trainers and animal experts. It can be about training your cat, their health and nutrition or anything else.
4. APCC by ASPCA
Many household items are unsafe and potentially toxic to your cat. The APCC by ASPCA app helps you protect your pet by identifying risky plants, household hazards and harmful medications, as well as hot and cold-weather dangers to watch out for.
5. Go-Cat® Cat Fishing
Keep your cat entertained with Go-Cat® Cat Fishing. Best used on a tablet, place it flat and watch your cat go wild trying to catch its (electronic) prey.
As we’re sure you know, an app is no substitution for a real-life check-up. So if your cat hasn’t had one this year, our vet team are on hand to give it the all-clear. Call us on 01536 485543 to make an appointment.