Need To Look Out For? Look for foods that use only natural preservatives and flavors. There shouldn’t be added sugars or colors to your cat’s foodCat vomit is a common problem for cats. All cat […]
Your cat is shaking her head and rubbing her head constantly on the side of the couch or any other surface she can get to. You have taken her to the vet and your kitty […]
Is your cat scratching itself all the time? If you have checked and treated for fleas and your cat is still scratching, it may be time to look at the food you are feeding. Food […]
Cats love Christmas trees. For a cat, a Christmas tree is one giant cat toy that you have been nice enough to string with lights and hang lots of cat toys off of. A Christmas […]
Have you ever tried dehydrated pet food your pet? Now that it’s winter, it’s a great time to try it. With temperatures outside dropping, a warm meal may be just what your dog or cat […]
Winter is here and we have some tips for how to handle pets and cold weather. Winter is a great time for snuggling with your pets by the fire, playing catch with snowballs and taking long walks down snowy lanes. Winter is not without it’s hazards, though so here are some precautions you should take when the temperature dips.
Sometimes we get into ruts. Life starts to feel a bit like Groundhog Day with Bill Murray, where you’re re-living the same thing over and over and over. One day you wake up and realize that you’ve eaten oatmeal every day for breakfast for the last six months. We get into ruts with our pets too. Are you making the same walk around the block with your dog? Is every night a snuggle up in front of the television night with you and your cat? Maybe it’s time to try break out and try something new. And speaking of Groundhog Day, we heard the groundhog predicted an early spring this year so it’s a great time to get started and get ready for spring!
Meet MAGGIE! Domestic Short Hair-Black Size: Small Age: Young Sex: Female Notes: Sweet Maggie is a beautiful long haired brown kitty with orange. Through no fault of her own, she arrived here after her longtime owner could no […]
It’s getting on towards the end of January. The festivities of the winter holidays and the glitter of the New Year are fading quickly. I’m sitting at my desk with a warm cup of tea, […]