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Time To Add A Lucky Ladybug To Your Computer Set Up

Let's face it. Computer equipment can be a bit boring in appearance at times. So why not brighten up your desk with this Adorable Ladybug Computer Mouse?

10 Best Products For Your Cat - Sold On Amazon

I do more than half of my pet shopping at Amazon.  The site carries so much variety in foods, supplements, toys, habitats, grooming, and even pet clothing and costumes. If there's something I'm not sure about, I depend on the reviews of other pet owners to steer me in the right direction; when all the customers rate an item with 5 stars, I'm pretty sure to get a quality item.  So, I did some searching on Amazon.com to find the highest ratings in 10 popular cat 'cat'egories to share with you, reflecting what Amazon customers think are the best products for your cats.


The Koala Speaks

Sometimes it is just all about the tunes. With this Hi-Koala Portable Huggable Speaker you not only get those wonderful tunes you crave, but a cuddly little friend to curl up and listen with. He might be willing to dance a bit too.

Muddy Paws? Get A Paw Wash!

At this time of year one of the bigger issues that you can face with your dog is the scourge of dirty, muddy paws. You can take care of it with ease with Paw Wash.

Leapin' Lizards, It's The FROG Light LED Bicycle Light!

The FROG Light LED bicycle light packs a quartet of powerful LED lights to help ensure bike riders are as visible as possible in low-light conditions. The flexible, battery-powered light is designed to wrap around a bicycle's handlebar but can also be clipped to backpacks and rucksacks.

23 Neighborhood Wi-Fi Hotspots Revealed By A Cat

Combine a custom cat collar with a naturally roaming pet and what do you get? In the case of one particularly peripatetic Siamese, a network map of the neighbor's WiFi networks. Credit security researcher Gene Bransfield and Coco, a Siamese cat from suburban Washington DC, with the inspired hack that – in the wrong hands (or paws) – could end up costing more than a few internet subscribers more than a few dollars.

Monarch Butterflies' Migratory Magnetism In Real Life & Under The Dome

Is it a coincidence that novelist Stephen King's suppositions about "Monarch Butterfly magnetism" in his fictional Under the Dome TV drama (returning for a 13-episode second season on Monday, June 30th) actually supports the recent scientific discovery about how these beautiful creatures operate in the real world? It would almost have to be -- since King penned those screenplays a while back -- and the current findings that Monarch butterflies utilize a built-in magnetic compass. . .