Pets

  • Thailand News

    Man on rampage in Amnat Charoen attacks neighbours and pets

    A grisly scene unfolded in the town of Amnat Charoen, where a deranged individual unleashed a violent assault on his neighbours and pets. Today, May 7, at 6am, police received a distress call about a man attacking residents with a knife. The perpetrator, identified as 27 year old Wittaya, was apprehended at his home in a state of frenzy. The…

  • Thailand News

    Purrilous pickle: AOT warns pet owners after airport cat caper

    Airports of Thailand (AOT) issued a stern warning to pet owners not to let their cats roam free in airport areas to prevent potential damage and ensure the safety of travellers. This announcement follows an incident at Suvarnabhumi International Airport where a cat was filmed wandering the premises without supervision. The feline in question, an orange cat named Nuarang became…

  • Thailand News

    British couple in Pattaya tell tales of Britain’s luxurious pet hotel

    In Pattaya, a British couple from Newport, Shropshire tells the remarkable story of pets in the UK, with a published book available on Amazon. Geoffrey and Kathy Doody’s latest venture sees them as authors, regaling readers with their three-part saga, Thank Goodness They Can’t Talk. These rib-tickling memoirs unveil the secrets of their illustrious career as proprietors of one of…

  • Thailand News

    Cat in coma after receiving dog flea treatment

    A veterinarian using the TikTok handle @tobtabvet raised a serious alarm about the dangers of administering flea and tick medication intended for dogs to cats. A recent case involving a cat that fell into a coma after being given dog-specific flea treatment by its owner sparked a warning about the risks of blindness and even death from such actions. The…

  • Lifestyle

    Owning pets for Thai people found to be increasingly popular

    Owning pets for Thai people has been found to be increasingly popular, according to data from Euromonitor. Data from the site has indicated that the number of Thais who count pets as family members has increased by 3% from 2019 to 2022. The number is expected to continue to rise as more Thais take a liking to pets. In 2019,…

  • Health

    Three trends for Thailand’s entrepreneurs in 2023: care, K9 and kale

    Covid has been tough on small businesses, the backbone of Thailand’s economy. Challenges and trends for 2023’s entrepreneurs will include digital transformation and changes to customer behaviour, to say nothing of inflation. The last two years saw a number of businesses shut down. Now, many have reopened or started afresh. To help them adapt to trends for 2023’s entrepreneurs in…

  • Things To Do

    6 places to take your pet for fun activities in Bangkok

    Bangkok isn’t famous for being a pet-friendly city because the majority of the city’s parks and public spaces don’t allow animals. However, Bangkok has plenty of places and cafes that welcome your four-legged pals. The top 6 pet-friendly locations in Bangkok include malls, pet cafes (some of which have animals), and grassy areas where you may walk your dog and…

  • Thailand News

    Dog owner winning first ever lawsuit against a veterinary hospital in Thailand

    The owner of a labrador named ‘Journey’ who died on the operating table filed Thailand’s first-ever lawsuit against a veterinary hospital and is winning. Journey’s owner, who is claiming financial and emotional damages, has won the first of three court hearings. 11 year old Journey was suspected to have a tumour in her lung and walked into the operating room…

  • Things To Do

    Top 7 Places to Take Your Pet Dog in Bangkok

    Bangkok isn’t particularly well-known for being pet-friendly as most public spaces and parks in the city don’t allow animals. However, there are many spots and cafes in Bangkok that are happy to welcome your furry friends. We’ve picked out a selection of the top 8 places to take your pet in Bangkok, ranging from malls, pet cafes (some even with…

  • Food

    In search of Cat & Dog Cafés in Phuket Town | VIDEO

    Nimz, our Thaiger Vlogger takes you on a weekend tour of Phuket Town, in search of cat and dog cafés. Stroke the cats, tickle the cat’s tummy, pat the cats, take selfies with the cats. Whilst Phuket has a number of registered cat and dog cafés, only one appeared to open during Nimz’s search through the streets of Phuket Town,…

  • Phuket News

    Phuket beach to ban pet dogs, but strays are okay

    Don’t bring your dog to Phuket’s Nai Harn Beach. Stray dogs are fine to keep roaming, but if a new ban is passed, dog owners will face an up to 2,000 baht fine if they bring their pet woofer. The new rules comes after a visitor at the beach was attacked by 2 dogs an owner allowed to run around…

  • Phuket News

    Soi Dog Foundation is looking for flight volunteers

    One of Thailand’s favourite charities, the Soi Dog Foundation, has put out the call for any foreign nationals from European and North American destinations who are heading to those destinations soon to come forward as potential flight volunteers to help adopted pets arrive at new overseas homes. Over 100 adopted animals are currently waiting patiently at the shelter in Phuket…

  • Thailand News

    Pet leopard not a hit with neighbours in Chonburi, Thailand

    A couple in Chonburi, eastern Thailand, have not ingratiated themselves with neighbours after it was revealed they’re keeping a pet leopard in their home. It’s understood that a Thai woman known as Nittiya, and her foreign husband, nationality unconfirmed, have just recently moved to the area from Chiang Mai, and news of their unusual pet has put neighbours very much…

  • Events

    Happy Birthday PAWS Animal Shelter in Bangkok

    PHOTO: Paws Bangkok “Saving lives one paw at a time.” On September 5, one of Bangkok’s much loved animal shelter, PAWS Bangkok, is throwing a celebration for its seventh birthday. It will a major fundraiser for the shelter to continue their great work. The cats and kittens from PAWS Bangkok will also be on site to provide some cuddles and thank…

  • Thai Life

    Pet registration bill rethink after public outcry

    by Kornwaree Panyasuppakun A Bill approved by the Cabinet, making it mandatory to register dogs and cats, has ben derailed after pet lovers cried foul over the high fee for the registration documents, threatening to abandon their pets. The bill, approved by Cabinet on Wednesday, allows municipalities to charge a maximum fee of 450 – 500 baht for registration, 100…