Cats can be finicky creatures (it’s why we love them!). Territory is very important to them and sometimes bringing home a new cat can cause the original resident cat to act out. If they feel like another animal is invading…Read More »
If you are a cat owner you know how time consuming it can be to scoop and refresh the litter box every day. The routine of finding a small bag, scooping, and discarding can be even more laborious if you…Read More »
It’s National Pet Week! We’d like to celebrate by bringing you 10 great pet tips to help promote happy homes for you and your pets as well as priceless information for you potential adopters!
1. Where to Find Your New…
April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month. This is a great opportunity for us pet owners to set aside our daily responsibilities for a moment and educate ourselves on what to do in case of emergency.
There is a…
The third week of March is National Poison Prevention Week. On Tuesday we posted a guide to poisonous plants, on Wednesday we covered toxic household items and today we are going to talk about harmful foods in your kitchen. For…Read More »
The third week of March is National Poison Prevention Week. Yesterday we covered popular plants poisonous to cats and dogs. Today we are going to talk about some of the common items you have around your home that are toxic…Read More »
Cats are, by nature, territorial creatures. They thrive on having an everyday routine they can count on.
Sometimes seemingly insignificant things can disrupt the balance in the home and your sweet cats can turn on each other. Guests coming and…
If you adopted a cat over the holidays or are thinking about bringing home a new feline friend (or two), that’s wonderful!
Nothing makes us happier than when an animal leaves the shelter to become a member of the family.…
It’s almost New Year’s Eve! If your dog or cat has a fear of fireworks, you’ll need to do a little special planning to keep your pet calm on the big night. Animal shelters see a drastic rise in pets…Read More »
Think about the holidays from your pet’s perspective; bright, blinking, shiny, fuzzy, noisy, smelly things all at eye level! To them, it’s time to get those noses, mouths and tails to work! As you’re decorating and entertaining this year, keep…Read More »