Adventure

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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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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This post contains affiliate links* Only about 50% of cats are affected by catnip, and not all cats react the same. For those that do respond, reactions will vary based on the strength and quality of the product. Cats will typically roll around in it, jump and run around, rub their faces in it, drool,
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The word “dogged” describes cat champion Dr. Jennifer Conrad perfectly. She is the founder and director of The Paw Project, which educates the public about why declawing cats is inhumane, with the goal of getting this painful surgery banned completely in the United States and Canada. And while there is a long way to go,
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Drivers are being advised on how to keep their four-legged family members safe on the way to appointments and during road trips. The motoring experts at LeaseCar.uk have compiled their advice for travelling with cats, with the top priority being to keep them safe. The Highway Code states that all animals must be suitably restrained
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Is Enough Really Enough? Humans say, “the amount of food you feed your cat should be based on the cat’s size and energy output,” but listen, we like a full food bowl. We’re not sure humans are completely familiar with cat math, so I’ll let you in on a little something: The food must fully
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Last updated April 2021 Grocery and pet store shelves abound with a dizzying array of dry cat food. For decades, kibble has been the preferred choice for most cat owners. After all, the bags say it’s “complete and balanced,” it’s easy to feed, and most cats seem to like it. Unfortunately, dry cat food, even
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PDSA issues advice on identifying and preventing stress in cats Changes in our lifestyle and situations that seem to be beyond our control all contribute towards feeling stressed – and many of us can relate to having felt this more than usual over the past 12 months. The same is true for our pets –
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This post is sponsored by Darwin’s Natural Pet Products and contains affiliate links* We all want our cats to live long and happy lives. We know that healthy habits increase our vitality and help prevent serious illness, and the same is true for our cats. If you’re not already practicing these five healthy habits, now
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