Month: May 2021

Spring/Summer 2021 Four Cuts Too Many Debra H. Goldstein Cozy mystery fans will delight in Four Cuts Too Many, the latest installment in the Sarah Blair mystery series. Between her job as a law firm receptionist, co-owning a restaurant with her twin sister, and caring for her pets, Siamese cat RahRah and rescue pup Fluffy,
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We already have two of PetFusion’s fantastic scratchers: the iconic Ultimate Cat Scratcher Lounge, and the three-sided vertical scratcher. Both have held up exceptionally well. When I was looking for a smaller scratcher, PetFusion was nice enough to send me their flip pad scratcher. Cat Scratching Flip Pad features Made of recycled cardboard with non-toxic
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Does a werewolf howl? Or does she say meow? If she’s a little Lykoi kitten name Gracie, she’s definitely a werewolf who meows at the full moon! And because she’s a werewolf, it makes sense Gracie carried an air of mystery about her for a while. One that vexed foster mom Brianna Waltman until Gracie
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The American Association of Feline Practitioners (catvets.com) updated its policy in January to end the elective declawing of cats at all veterinary hospitals designated as Cat Friendly Practices. The AAFP has previously issued a position statement in 2017 that expressed the organization’s strong opposition to elective declawing. The elective declaw ban is aligned with the
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A kitten who was found in a driveway all alone, showed fighting spirit and blossomed into a fluffy young cat. Yeti the kittenDannielle @centralflfosters About two months ago, Dannielle, a fosterer based in central Florida, was contacted about a kitten discovered in someone’s driveway. “(The residents) were headed to the grocery store when they heard
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As of today, I am considered “fully vaccinated,” and it’s finally safe to go back out into the world again. There are so many things I’m looking forward to: hugging my friends, eating in restaurants, going back to stores. I’m excited, but I’m not going to throw caution to the wind overnight. I’ll be stepping
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My younger sister and I spent endless hours playing the original Memory game when we were kids. It’s been fun seeing newer versions of the game crop up — especially when cats are involved! This version in particular is hilarious. Have you ever noticed how some people look just like their pets? Well, you’re in
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Hi everyone, it’s Allegra! Today is Mom’s birthday, and I’m surprising her with flowers and a special present! Mom feels so much happier to me this year than she did this time last year and that makes me happy, too. Last year, we were on something called a lockdown. I didn’t mind it, because it
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Cats undoubtedly love exploring outside, stretching in the sunshine and enjoying the fresh air. But allowing your cat to roam freely can have a detrimental effect on lifespan. According to UCDavis Veterinary Medicine, cats with free, uncontained access to the outdoors live shorter lives on average and are in danger of being hit by vehicles
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According to The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, between 6 and 10 million Americans are allergic to cats or other pets. If you’re an allergy sufferer who also happens to be a cat lover, you may be interested in low-allergen cats. But what makes a cat hypoallergenic? Low-allergen, or hypoallergenic cats, are those
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