Yes, it is official! Lil Bub Won the Tribeca Film Festival for best feature film “Lil Bub and Friends” in the online film festival. Lil Bub, the runt of the litter shows everyone that it is ok to be different!
This NC city replaced a tourist attraction–a sculpture of the monopoly iron with a replica of the new sculpture of the cat.
Representatives of the city said, “the feline sculpture should resonate more with the general public since the world has become obsessed with cats.”
Cat Lovers Everywhere will love to add this city to their cat attraction trip list!
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As companies offer more environmentally friendly alternatives to toxic cleaners, pet owners should keep in mind that what’s considered ” green” to a human can be dangerous, and even deadly to animals. Be sure to read labels. Remember, the term “natural” may also be misleading. Many products say that they are green when they are not.
Most household cleaners are safe if used according to manufacturer’s directions, but many home-made cleaners do not have the benefit of instructions, so be careful to check out individual ingredients as well.
Cats can get stomach aches from orange, lemon or peppermint essential oils added to cleaners, said Dr. Camille DeClementi, a senior toxicologist at the Animal Poison Control Center. She adds, “Many commercial green products are safe for animals, but owners should still exercise the same precautions as with chemical alternatives. For example, do not use fabric softener sheets that contain cationic detergents, (kills bacteria) because they can give your cat stomach distress.”
It is important to keep pets away from an area that is being cleaned and to make sure that sprays are not used directly on a pet. ” A good rules of thumb is when the instructions say to keep out of reach of children, it is a good idea to keep out of reach of pets as well,” DiCleminti said.
It is possible to be clean, environmentally friendly and provide a safe environment for your cat.
Find out more about the CFAF Feline Historical Museum gets a visit from Fox 8-TV, Cleveland.
Have you tried training your cat to not use your furniture as a scratching post to no avail? Does your cat ignore the scratching posts you already have around the house?
Consider a lovely shade of pink, fake nails for your female cat? How about matching colors for your and your favorite feline?
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Before you subject your cat to the painful declawing procedure, consider this alternative: nail caps. There are plenty of nail caps on the market today. You can choose to put them on yourself or take your cat to the vet so your vet can put them on for you.
You will find the nail caps at your local pet store such as Petsmart. This product is a fake, little nail with soft plastic points, which owners can glue over the cats’ regular nails. The nails are made of soft material, making it impossible for the cat to harm furniture.
Try it! What do you have to lose?