Posted September 30, 2012 by Kitty Devine

What would you buy if you had been born with a silver spoon in your
mouth (aka, filthy rich)? How about a palace fit for William and Kate?

Posted September 27, 2012 by John P. Barker

Some animals, such as frogs and snakes, have brilliant colors; that is usually a warning to not touch them as they are poisonous.  Other animals don't have this option--so they get scary.  Check out this lynx...

Posted September 24, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

First, there was Fat Cat, who ran a valiant race against Vladimir Putin for President of Russia, despite his refusal to ride a horse bare-breasted. Then, there came Hank, boldly facing two big-shot party candidates running for U.S. Senate in Virginia.  And now, here's Tuxedo Stan, representing the Tuxedo Party in the Halifax, Nova Scotia mayoral race.  As human interest in politics wanes, what do you expect?  First cats rule your world.  Soon, they will
rule the world.


Posted September 24, 2012 by Curt Miller

Many people consider their pet to be a full member of their family.  And lots of folks believe their pet is part of the family, even though they may not consider it to be a full-fledged member.  Read on and then answer a few questions based on the results of a couple of studies designed to show how much we consider pets to be part of the family. 

Posted September 24, 2012 by John P. Barker

Egad!  If you thought the dog in yesterday's video was patient, wait until you see this.  Truly, this cat is a Zen Master...

Posted September 21, 2012 by Lady Bee

You'd better watch out for what your vet
recommends these days.  Hill's, makers of touted 'veterinarian
recommended' Science Diet, is seldom, if ever, on any pet nutritionist's
list of best pet foods. 
Finally though, Science Diet is going natural, with 'quality protein
the first ingredient' in its dog and cat brands, and 'no artificial
colors or flavors....'  But a pet owner just might be concerned by the
plastic coating on the kibble.

Posted September 18, 2012 by John P. Barker

If you saw yesterday's video, you'll recognize that pot--and the fat cat wedged within.  I questioned how the cat would be able to get out.  Here's the answer.

Posted September 17, 2012 by John P. Barker

Cats have a tendency to get themselves into situations that they cannot escape.  Case in point: this fat cat and a pot.  "What's in the pot?" thinks the cat.  We know what happens next.