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!
I've long been a believer that cats and dogs eat grass for a good reason: they need it. The thing about cats is that they eat everything that's green, so you end up having to give up your house plants, unless you're sure they pose no danger to kitty.
Dog Gone Smart™ is designing and manufacturing dog jackets, and dog and cat beds made from a
cotton NanoSphere® fabric, and will soon debut a line of horse blankets and
saddle pads made of the same material. This is a welcome technology to the pet
world. It enables a healthier environment for pets and people, reduces use of toxins
used in cleaning solutions, and reduces energy consumption.
This battery-operated Undercover Mouse mimics the sudden and unpredictable movements of a real mouse moving in the brush. Just as in the wild, the prey is hidden, only noticeable by its random movements. Must be why my cat loves the Undercover Mouse, a new interactive toy by Panic Mouse, Inc.
The Doggie Poop Freeze Wand is also known to some discerning specialists of fecal matter as Patent#US 6883462. If when you hear the word, wand, you think of fairy godmothers and Tinkerbelle, you are not that far off. There is no pumpkin coach or glass slipper or even a cute prince waiting however; it’s merely a response to the call of nature that befalls all living things. Read on but…don’t buy this yet.
Recently, pet DNA businesses have cropped up. Not only do the DNA entrepreneurs want to clone your pets, they came up with the brilliant idea of using your dog's DNA to trace his poop back to him... to you the owner, really.