Monday, December 19, 2016

The Daily Cat Quote

“My cat is not insane, she's just a really good actress.” 
― P.C. CastUntamed

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Is Christmas Shopping Going To The Dogs?

So, what's your cat getting for Christmas this year? If you're like most cat people, you're looking for toys, and you're buying them online.

The most reviewed cat toy on Amazon: The Catit Design Senses Play Circuit, a long "peek-boo-track" with a colorful ball inside.

Going To The Dogs

This year, holiday shoppers are expected to spend an average of $62 each on Christmas gifts for their animal companions, according to a study by SLI Systems, a provider of e-commerce solutions and services for mid-size to large Internet retailers.

But a big chunk of the money, the company found, is going to the dogs. SLI looked at 3.5 million searches on eight pet products websites. Searches containing the word "dog" were 2.5 times more popular than searches for cat items. 

Sunday, December 11, 2016

The Daily Cat Quote

“I have lived with several Zen masters -- all of them cats.” 
― Eckhart TolleThe Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment

Friday, December 2, 2016

NoBowl Cat Feeding System - Because Every Cat Hunts

NoBowl Cat Feeding System
A "skin" holds the NoBowl cat Feeding System
food container.
So you're thinking your cat's sort of fat and lazy. Here's something that might get him up off the couch and slim him down.

The NoBowl Feeding System provides portion-controlled dry food meals in little plastic containers that fit inside "skins." The skins look and sort of feel like mice.

The idea is to hide the "mice" around the house, so your cat has to hunt for his food.


When he finds it, he can swat the mouse around until all the food falls out, and then he gets to enjoy a small meal.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Certified Humane Cat Food

Open Farm dry cat food is Certified Humane.
Open Farm, a Canadian pet food company, recently introduced its Certified Humane dry cat food in the US market.

To be certified humane, food must come from farms where animals can express such natural behaviors as flapping wings and moving around freely in their environments.

They must also live free of cages and gestation crates and be raised without antibiotics, growth hormones and animal by-products.

To find out where to buy Open Farm cat food in the US, visit Certified Humane's Where to Shop page.