Placemat Animals Will Keep Your Kids Entertained

Keeping a small child happy and engaged while the adults are trying to eat and have a decent conversation can be tricky. That is one reason that family restaurants have placemats for coloring. You can have the same thing at home with a Counting Animals Coloring Placemat or a Circus Coloring Placemat.

PetsLady's Pick: Cute Swan-Riding Bunny Of The Day

I don't thinks I should have fallen asleep on this bigs feathery things -- buts it was so nice and warms!

Loving Dog Found Nursing Hungry Toddler

Like something out of Roman mythology, a young boy was recently found nursing at the breast of a dog in Arica, Chile. No, it's not the retelling of the tale of Romulus and Remus, but it is a testament to the loving and nurturing nature of man's best friend.

Tea Time With The Animals Of Beatrix Potter

One thing that most little girls cherish is their toy tea sets and the time they spend serving imaginary tea to their dolls, stuffed animals, and friends. It is a great way for them to practice manners and hospitality. With this lovely Peter Rabbit and Friends Tea Set they can really do it in style.

7 Best Cozy Pet Beds For Snugglers

Need a great pet bed? You should think about trying a snuggler bed. Snugglers come in all shapes and sizes. These new pet beds are perfect for all animals that like to burrow and nest. They provide an instinctually comfortable atmosphere for them and can spare your furniture and throw rugs, pillows and blankets from regularly being clawed, pawed and tossed in your pet's efforts to nest.  Here are 7 of the best pet beds for snuggle bugs on the market today...

PetsLady's Pick: Funny Dining Cat Of The Day

I don't wants to complain, buts there's a hare in my food.

NASCAR Becomes The Rabbit Wrangling World Finals

It isn't often that we get to talk about NASCAR on PetsLady, but the news this week gave us the perfect excuse. A rabbit turned up on the Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee and brought things to a halt as men rushed to try to capture and remove the animal from the tarmac. This resulted in scenes that Elmer Fudd would completely identify with as the "wascally wabbit" eluded capture.