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National Pet Week – The Love and Commitment to a Pet is for a Lifetime

National Pet Week – the bond with a pet is a life-long commitment of love and responsibility.

May 7 -13 is National Pet Week and while it’s fun to reflect on all the joy our pets bring into our lives and we would all agree that every week should be pet week, it’s also a time to reflect on the seriousness of responsibility we have to our pets. It’s a lifetime commitment – from the happy to the sad, to the easy to the hard. National Pet week was created 35 years ago by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) to help pet guardians manage that responsibility and this year they are highlighting a specific need each day of the week to remind us what every pet owner should consider to ensure that their pet lives the longest, healthiest life possible. Read more

Bring the Wild of the Outdoors Safely Inside Your House with Cat Trees from Pet Tree Houses!

The cats side of the story: We were just sitting around, well, actually we were just napping around, contemplating how many grueling hours it would be before we would eat again (three meals a day plus snacks…how’s a cat supposed to survive?) when it happened. It being a loud knocking noise on our front door, followed by an even louder thud. Moments later, our male human opened the door and dragged in what our door had apparently hacked up – a HUGE box!! Read more

R-E-S-P-E-C-T the Cat for Respect Your Cat Day

Ways to show your cat you respect them for Respect Your Cat Day

You know you respect me… How is it possible not to, afterall, I’m a cat…

So it’s another one of those human invented days on behalf of kitties. Respect Your Cat Day. Not to point out the obvious, but if you’re reading this blog, I know you already love and respect your cat(s), all day, every day. But why not have some fun with it and go to a deeper level. How about a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T? Read more

Is Your Cat Feeling Stir Crazy? 10 Tips to Relieve Feline Boredom in an Everyday Environment

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We might not realize it, but to our cats, everyday can seem like Groundhog Day.

Groundhog Day was a few weeks ago and while its traditionally known for Phil, the Groundhog from Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania who emerges from his home to predict whether spring will be early or if we’re in for a longer winter, for many of us, when we think of Groundhog Day we think of Bill Murray in the movie of the same name. The iconic image of his alarm clock waking him up day after day after day to the sound of Sonny and Cher singing “I got you Babe.” Read more

The Forever Love of a Pet for National Pet Week and National Pet Month

There are so many reasons to love a pet - companionship, friendship and more

Regardless of whether it’s National Pet Week, or National Pet Month, the love and commitment to a pet is for a lifetime.

As a pet mom over the years to a variety of lovable creatures – cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, fish, and frogs to be more precise – I can tell you firsthand the joy pets bring to our lives. With this being National Pet Week and National Pet Month, I hope the message is spread to a wider audience so that adoptable pets in need find good, safe, and loving homes. Read more