Traditional cold weather clothing for dogs has always focused on their corps, but it's obvious that, like humans, the most vulnerable body parts to cold, especially wind, would be the neck and ears Read more

Just add water and these delightful glass cups turn into still-life aquariums, each one featuring a wistful cat peering in at all the pretty (tasty) fish!

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

This is my sweet furry baby sunning herself on the patio. She likes to hang out near me when I am gardening or cleaning the patio.

Don't TAKE a cat-nap, MAKE one with the innovative and sustainable Neko Cup napping cat sand castle mold.

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

And here you thought that only frogs lived on lilypads.

Neither the tallest wall nor the coldest ICE can stop these naturally invasive species from crossing and re-crossing the U.S. Southern border with impunity.

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

"Egrets, I've had a few, but then again too few to mention" Well, anyway, the bird on the left is a Great Egret and the right is a Snowy Egret.

Posted by Kitty Devine

We may be striving for a paperless world to help save the environment, but we still have quite a way to go. Where there is paper there is a need for paper clips.

Posted by Ron Callari

It's not a secret that honey bees are facing extinction.