Music is a gift for all to enjoy. Thanks to the vast variety of musical styles and genres, there’s something for everyone to love! But have you ever wondered if dogs and cats have the same appreciation for music as we do?
Although dogs usually get a bad rap for chewing on household items, cats can also partake in destructive chewing from time to time. Discovering your cat chewing on something in your home can be frustrating, especially when it’s an item you can’t easily hide or get rid of.
Adopting a new cat requires a lot of pre-planning. You’ll not only need to meet your new member of the family and ensure it’s the right fit, but you’ll also need to get all the essentials: a litter box and litter, food, toys, a pet carrier and more.
We live in a busy world, and unfortunately, we can’t always be home as often as we’d like to give our pets the love and play time they deserve. But that doesn’t mean our cats have to sit at home, bored, with nothing to do.
If you own a cat, you have more than likely gotten the joy of watching it tentatively walk onto a pile of blankets and softly press its paws on the surface. Or, your cat may have even come up and done this on you!
If you’ve been considering adopting a cat, one of the most common pieces of advice you may have heard is “Adopt two! It’s so much better!” While there is logic behind adopting two cats simultaneously—especially ones from the same litter—there aren’t only benefits, leading some to question whether two is really better than one.
Human children go through a teething process where they lose their “baby teeth” and grow in their adult teeth. While we are all familiar with this process, many people don’t realize that cats do a similar thing.
Off-leash dog parks are fun spaces for your dog to run around and play, meet and socialize with other dogs and just have a good time overall. They can also be fun places for owners, as well, giving you a chance to let your pup run free while playing games with it and chatting with other dog owners.
It’s a common belief that cats and water don’t mix. Pet parents dread giving their cat a bath, cats hate getting sprayed with water from a spray bottle, and getting caught out in the rain with their cat is a pet parent’s worst nightmare.
Dogs seem to have a strange fascination with all things weird, smelly or downright distrusting. Not only do they love to sniff them or even eat them, but they sometimes do something even worse: They roll around in them.
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