Month: February 2021

Meet Sleepyod Spokesmodel Summer

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Many of you may know Summer from her website Summer’s Fabulous Cat Life.  This gorgeous Somali is a busy girl! Blogger, therapy cat, ambassador and actress – these are just a few of Summer’s jobs. She’s also the feline spokesmodel for Sleepypod.Continue Reading

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Tailspring Milk Replacer for Kittens

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Kitten season is just around the corner, so this is the purrfect time to tell you about Tailspring, a new goat milk based milk replacer for neonatal kittens.Continue Reading

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Darwin’s Raw Cat Food: A Perennial Favorite at Our House

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Embraced for decades by holistically oriented pet parents and holistic veterinarians, raw feeding is becoming more and more mainstream as cat parents look for alternatives to feeding highly processed commercial pet foods. I’ve been feeding raw for the past ten years, and have seen my cats thrive on it.Continue Reading

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Tortie Holds Guinness World Record for Most Tricks Performed in One Minute

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8-year-old tortie Alexis, who lives in Vienna, Austria with her human Anika Moritz, a feline behaviorist and trainer. Alexis holds the Guinness World Record for most tricks performed by a cat in one minute. Alexis performed 26 tricks in that period of time!Continue Reading

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Review: The Spirit of Animal Healing

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Dr. Marty Goldstein is a holistic veterinarian who has spent 45 years in general practice and who is one of the leading voices in integrative veterinary medicine. In The Spirit of Animal Healing: An Integrative Medicine Guide to a Higher State of Well-being, Dr. Goldstein provides readers with comprehensive information to keep their pets healthy and prevent disease instead of just treating them when they get sick.Continue Reading

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Purrsonalized Sherpa Blanket and Pillow

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How cozy does this blanket look! It makes me want to curl up right next to the kitty.

These super soft double sided sherpa blankets are really thick and cushy. They are easy to care for and can be machine washed and air dried.Continue Reading

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Perfect Pet Pals Handcrafted by Anne Zoet

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You know how you sometimes cruise around the internet and all of a sudden you find something you instantly fall in love with? That was the case for me when I landed on the Perfect Pet Pals Etsy shop. Anne Zoet’s adorable custom creations just made me smile.Continue Reading

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Ask the Cat Doc: Begging Cats and More

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After a three month hiatus, we’re delighted to welcome back Dr. Lynn Bahr and our “Ask the Cat Doc” segment! Once a month, Dr. Bahr answers as many of your questions as she can, and you can leave new questions for her in a comment.Continue Reading

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Review: Let’s Talk About Cats: Conversations on Feline Behavior

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Have you ever wished you could sit down with your favorite cat expert and have an in-depth conversation about how to better understand and care for your cats? Let’s Talk About Cats is the next best thing.Continue Reading

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RompiCatz Wand Toys Now Available from Amazon

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RompiCatz makes some of the best cat toys on the market. These toys from the creator of the popular Neko Flies are designed to engage your cat’s natural hunting and prey instinct. Ellen understands the importance of mental stimulation and physical exercise for indoor cats. She has been creating toys that move and act like real prey for many years. Her toys provide endless opportunities to keep cats happy. Continue Reading

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Loving Our Older Cats: Age is Not a Disease

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Guest post by Ingrid R. Niesman, MS PhD

Cats are living longer and healthier lives, thanks to improved veterinary care, better nutrition, and the fact that most pet cats are indoor cats. A cat is usually considered a senior between the age of 11 and 14, cats older than that are considered geriatric. Senior cats usually require more care than younger cats, and when problems occur, they can often be more serious or more difficult to deal with.Continue Reading

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