The last of the great Woolworth's "five-and-dime" general stores in the U.S. closed its doors in 1997. But the great-granddaughter of Frank Woolworth, Priscilla Woolworth, wanted to continue the legacy of her family à la 21st century. Her general store is online, it's green, and it's eco-pet too!
We can wish all we want that when we leave the house for the day, our
cats find something to do other than sleep. If they did, perhaps we
would get better sleep at night, while they are dancing around finding
absolutely everything engaging, especially our bed covers.
The Superheadz Holga K202 Cat Camera would rank high among the many ridiculous gadgets featured at this site if it weren't for one saving grace - it actually seems to work! Now if only it would work quietly, without all the silly cat noises... oops, that's the point.
If you love old movies, then you know what Humphrey Bogart did for
the cigar. He made it into fashion for the tough guys, the fast
talkers, the don't-mess-with-me's of the 1940's and early 50's. So
too, this English bull dog named Sam could be the fashion setter for
the tough barkin' dog. "Hey babe, lets go to the burbs t'night and chase some cats up some telephone poles."
Taking a car trip with your pets this summer? You already know that
every inch of room in the car will be precious, so packing your pet's
necessities will involve some good space economy. I just found a
wonderful container -- I mean "Travel-tainer" -- that combines pet food
with pet bowls and packs them quite compactly in a 7 x 5.25 inch
container with a handle for easy transport.
Cardboard scratchers have saved my furniture from my cat. I honestly can't thank them enough. But since they started becoming popular, they've gotten more and more substantial... thicker and definitely more stylish. Just look at these cute cardboard animal sculptures created by Cardboard Designs.
Cats love to be outdoors, but there are all kinds of very good reasons to keep them inside -- no need to get into them. But Kittywalk has made some fine netted, enclosed cat walks, and you can choose one to fit your yard, deck, or balcony. Give him some fresh air and a new view of the world!
Cats don't really care where they climb or
where they hide, and if you live in a small house or apartment, you may
not have enough space to put a cat climber in the middle of a small
enough living area. Kittywalk Systems has a great idea -- a Cozy Cat Climber you can hang on any door, even in your closet!