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A Cause For Fashion!
I'm so excited to be announcing our collaboration with local fashion store Seeds of Sarah, as we unite both our great love - fashion and pets. Enjoy discounts as you shop and spread awareness on responsible pet ownership as well as animal rights!
Why You Should Not Buy Pets
Have you ever wondered what happens to that puppy in the pet shop if it does not get sold to a new home? Or where your cute little puppy came from?
Baby or Pet? Is There Room For Both?
Are you having a new baby but unsure how your pet will react? Having a baby is one of the most exciting times of life and will involve a big adjustment for everyone in the household, even your pets. Instead of abandoning your pet just because you think it is "too much hassle to cope with a dog AND a baby", or "my dog is aggressive and may harm my child", why not keep both with these tips? After all, a pet is a life too, just like a child's.
Bath Time How Tos
Be gentle and patient when getting ready to bathe your pet. If you’re impatient, in a hurry to get it over with, or anticipating trouble, your pet is going to know this. Instead, be calm, be ready to get wet, and laugh. It will go easier for you and your pet.Follow these steps for stress-free bathing:
How Was Cat Litter Invented
Before the mid-1940s, indoor cat boxes were filled with dirt, sand, sawdust, paper, and even ashes and cinders, which were common in a world where people still burned wood and coal at home. All of these materials would attract a cat to bury waste, but they didn't do anything about the especially unpleasant smell of feline urine.
Is Your Dog Allergic?
Allergic responses to foods or environmental allergens may cause inflammation throughout your pet’s body, and the skin, eyes, ears, and gastrointestinal systems can be affected. The primary goal in managing allergies is to balance your dog's immune system. Reducing stress on the immune system allows it to rest and regain its balance. Here's a great natural way to do so...
Rules For Cats Who Have A House To Run
Rule Number One: I. DOORS: Do not allow closed doors in any room. To get a door opened, stand on hind legs and scratch the frame. You may also reach under the door and pull clothing towards you; silks get the quickest reaction. Once door is opened, it is not necessary to use it. After you have ordered an “outside” door opened, stand halfway in and out and think about several things. This is particularly important during very cold weather, when it’s raining, or during the height of the mosquito season. Swinging doors must be avoided at all costs.
Your Dog Wants You To Know...
IF your dog could talk, here are some of most important things he/she would like to tell you…
If you are considering getting a pet because it is for good luck, because the puppy in the window looks so darn cute (all puppies/kittens/babies are cute, but they almost never stay like that), all your friends and relatives have one or you think that it will help you get popular with the opposite sex, then you are not ready and at risk of dumping or abandoning your pet. There is a lot more to it than just superficial satisfaction a pet brings you. Here’s a short list of what entails when getting a pet: dedication, attention, responsibility, patience, and a whole lot of time, effort and love (not forgetting money). With the above said; if you do intend to get a pet, choose to adopt instead of buying one. Here are some reasons why:
Why Does My Kitten Hide Away From Me?
Kittens are such cute furballs and are often active and playful. You may have just adopted a kitten from one of our local shelters or from our adopted charity, Love Kuching Project by The Water Dish. Usually, kittens adopted from our charity have been socialised and are fully ready to move into their new homes. However, it is quite normal for a kitten to hide away while it gets used to a new home. Kittens find this process easier if they have one of their siblings with them, which is why many people choose to adopt two cats from a litter rather than just one. Of course, this will only be if your home situation permits. Two kittens can be quite a handful and in the kittens’ best interests, it is only fair to adopt one if you can only cope with one.