monday july 31th
I've found this cool site, it's about 'guidelines for cats'. You should check it out! click here to go to it
How to Raise a Healthy Kitten
Setting in your new Kitten or cat
It is probably best to have a proper pet carrier to take your new pet home in - to avoid extra stress. At let your new kitten or cat come out of the carrier at its own time. It will need time to settle down, so make sure it has fresh drinking water and a little food also make sure it can find its way to its bed and litter tray - then leave it alone for a little while. Make sure that children behave gently and quietly around the kitten, kittens need peace and quiet to sleep as well as needing laytime. It is best to keep your kitten confined indoors for a week or so and accompany your kitten on its first trip outside - continue to go out side with your kitten for the next few trips.
This will give the kitten a sense of security and encourage it to come when you call. Your new kitten should integrate quite well with other pets, make sure that you can introduce them slowly. Some pets will integrate at all - make sure you keep small mammals and birds away from your kitten as their natural instincts will take over. Once your kitten has overcome its initial fears it will amuse it self for hours with very cheap simple toys like ping pong balls, cardboard rolls and small stuffed animals. Read more here!
Monday july 3rd I've updated the cutiest cat page, last month's winner is
I've found this article about "how to protect your pet on the 4th of July", you should read it if you have pets(also if you don't have pets). Make the Fourth of July safe for pets and fun for you
THE FOURTH OF JULY is a day of parades, picnics, backyard cookouts and fireworks. But for a lot of people with pets, the Fourth is anything but fun, and it's a day that shelters around the country dread, because they know the next day they are going to be inundated with numerous lost and injured pets
Dogs and cats have phenomenal hearing. This was important for their survival. It helped them hunt, and it also kept them alive and out of danger. Now imagine a firecracker or car backfire in the distance. It may be barely audible to you, but it comes in extremely loud and clear for your dog or cat. When these noises start happening in neighbor's yards and the streets all around them, you quickly have a terrified pet whose natural instinct is to get as far away from the noise as fast as possible.
Thanks Princess_x For adding this cutie!:D Thanks Pascal S. For adding this cutie!:D
Posted on June 29th 8.30 pm gmt Top 15 Cat Quotations
Gain some insight into how your favorite feline actually feels about you and life in general with these enlightening quotations about cats...
# "Dogs come when they're called; cats take a message and get back to you later." --
# "I love cats because I love my home and after a while they become its visible soul." -- Jean Cocteau
# "What if it was cats who invented technology... would they have tv shows starring rubber sqeak toys?" -- Douglas Coupland
# "In a cat's eyes, all things belong to cats." -- English Proverb