Considered one of the world's oldest mammals, the Opossum (aka Possum)
has evolved relatively little over time. What's most likely kept the
species alive and thriving down through the ages is ironically their
ability to "play dead."
Rodents seems to ride their spinning wheels without encouragement;
they don't even need a piece of cheese to chase as a reward for their constant
spinning. But cats... well, you know the only way to get a cat to run is to
give her something groovy to chase... or to have a dog chase her. In the case
of the Cat Wheel by Catswall Design, you can pick her favorite feather or
catnip-stuffed mouse and attach it to the wheel to motivate her to spin.
Hunting for food is instinctive in cats, but most indoor cats have their
food served to them in a cute little dish, ready for them whenever it
occurs to them to eat. No wonder so many indoor cats are overweight.
But Catit Design Senses Food Maze at least asks your cat to move a couple of muscles before he gets his kibble or cat treats.
Freemantle Media, producers of the X Factor, American Idol, and America's Got Talent, among other hit TV shows, says everything's moving to YouTube now. And, not to be late for the party, Freemantle is producing 20 hours of programming on its YouTube channel "The Pet Collective," and that's just for the first three months! The apparent winner, so far is...
If you want to warm the hearts of friends and family and also give them a big chuckle on special days, then your pet must send them customizable,
interactive, animated ecards from Sloppy Kiss Cards. They are simply the
sharpest, most adorable greetings going, truly capturing the spirit of
our cats, dogs, birds, horses, and other pets we hold dear and putting them to music!
While it's a well-known fact that pet owners can train their parrots to
sing on key, there are a lot of other pets and animals in the wild who
have been waiting in the wings to finally get their spotlight moment as
well. In combing YouTube for the best of the best, here are my top ten
picks of pets I think are a cut above the rest. Yes, American (& Japanese) pets do have talent.