“there are some simple steps you can take to help four-legged family members feel more comfortable this November. ” PDSA Vet Nurse Nina Downing
Keeping Cats Safe At Halloween
To make sure your cat is safe here are five important things to remember:
Remember, Remember Our Pets
Our pets’ enhanced senses mean they can find the loud noises and bright flashes from fireworks overwhelming, which can lead to severe anxiety and trauma.
Shocking Attacks on Scotland’s Fire Crews Mark an Increase in Bonfire Night Incidents
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) received 1,100 calls between 3.30pm and 11.30 pm on Bonfire Night, 5th of November.
Vets Back Recommendations on Limiting Fireworks Use & Sale
““The report’s recommendations are a welcome step towards positive and much-needed change in fireworks controls in Scotland.”
“This is a story about fireworks.”
‘Be Kind, Smart & Safe’: Message From Scotland’s Fire Chief
Martin Blunden, Scotland’s Chief Fire Officer, has urged the public to ‘take greater care’ this year if they are intending to have fireworks in their gardens this Bonfire Night, 5th of November.