Posted October 3, 2012 by Daylyn Snyder

When it comes to bath time for our pets, it can be a dreaded task by all parties involved. If you have been searching for an easier, less messy way to bathe your pets, then this may be just the product for you.

Posted October 3, 2012 by Ron Callari

Evolution normally takes hundreds if not
thousands of years for one species to morph into another creating an
entirely new species. You know. . . like humans descending from apes.
Hybrids on the other hand, no so long. For example a "zeedonk" is a cross between a zebra and a donkey, and "ligers"
are the result of a male lion mating with a female tiger. But what
about a "Squat" or "Catuirrel - the cross between a squirrel and a cat?"

Posted October 1, 2012 by Carmen

Explaining the death of a family animal can be tough, especially when children are involved. Kids often do not understand the full problem at hand and need a bit more time to process the occasion. Take some of these tips into consideration when trying to articulate the event to the children.

Posted October 1, 2012 by Daylyn Snyder

Have you ever been frustrated when it comes to brushing your cat and/or
dog? Are you tired of picking all of the pet hair out of the brush and then finding it everywhere? Are you wanting to try
and eliminate pet hair before the quickly approaching holidays? If so,
then this may be the perfect brush for you.

Posted October 1, 2012 by John P. Barker

I am of the opinion that my cat, Buster, is the cutest cat in the world.  But I must say that Maru gives him a run for his money...

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.