Posted April 22, 2012 by Lady Bee

Why do people adopt certain dogs and cats?  Is it because they're
beautiful or cute?  Because they are loving and friendly?  Because they
are good with children and/or other dogs and cats?  Or because the
people simply want to take care of pets that have been rejected by
others?  The ASPCA did a survey of 1,500 dog and cat adopters from five
shelters throughout the U.S.  Here is the essence of its findings...

Posted April 22, 2012 by John P. Barker

I don't think Arnold Schwarzenegger would use this in a movie.  Though I could be wrong...

Posted April 19, 2012 by John P. Barker

Pet hair is my nemesis. Is the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser the proper weapon to combat this evil?

Posted April 18, 2012 by Lady Bee

Dogs and cats age faster than humans. Veterinarians consider a 7-year old dog or an 8-year old cat older, a euphemism for old.
Now you may have dogs and cats older than 7 or 8 and they still act
like youngsters, or you really have youngsters who drag a bit like an
older pet would. Of course, they're all different, but there are
certain heath supplements that help keep your pets young, and even if
they are not acting old, these three types of supplements will help
protect or revitalize certain functions.

Posted April 16, 2012 by John P. Barker

Got a fat cat?  I do.  So when it came time to buy a cat door, I found myself with a problem...

Posted April 12, 2012 by Lady Bee

There's not much humor in a cat scratcher; that is, unless you're looking at Dog Scratchpost, the cat scratcher by Dutch designer, Erik Stehmann.  Oh yes, it's a beautifully sisal-wrapped silhouette of a strong, proud dog, and doesn't it capture the irony of cat v. dog? 

Posted April 12, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

As the centennial of of the Titanic sinking is recognized, few people know of the canine passengers who travelled with their first class owners. Of the twelve dogs known to be on board, only three survived. The  ship's cat reportedly disembarked in England prior to launch. Coincidence?

Posted April 12, 2012 by Lady Bug

So how do you keep track if you have several cats and
still want to keep a tidy and organized home? Well, I think it is pretty
darn simple. You should  take the basic principles of organization and
simply apply it to your cats.  After many minutes of scouring the web, here
are my tips and ideas on the 20 Brilliant Ways To Organize Your Cats: