Sunday, January 29, 2012

Evrytim yoo shair dis meme

Evrytim yoo shair dis meme  Kitteh kills a Domo-Kun

Evrytim yoo shair dis meme
Kitteh kills a Domo-Kun.

Please...
think of the Domo-Kuns.

 

Sunday, January 15, 2012

My Review of Plague Rat Cat Toy

Originally submitted at Nip and Bones

A treat for your cat! Our Plague Rats are handmade by Sally Pointer from natural linen, wool and leather. Stuffed with her tried and tested blend of top quality catnip herb and coarsely chopped valerian root, your cat will be delighted to protect you and your loved ones from this fearsome beastie. ...


Bring out your ratsies!

By Mr. Breeze from Philadelphia, PA on 1/10/2012

 

4out of 5

Pros: Cat Likes It, Whimsical, Valerian, Safe, Fun

Cons: Strong smell

Best Uses: Special treat, Active Cats, Older Cats, Special Playtime, House Cats

Describe Yourself: Long-time Pet Owner

Plague rats are a whimsical catnip and valerian cat toy that cats love.

Valerian creates a more mellow playtime than catnip alone, and cats seem to prefer it. However, the Plague Rat has a strong odor that some humans don't like. We store our ratsies in the freezer when we aren't playing with them.

The cover is a rough-textured cloth that the cats love, but it doesn't stand up very well.

All that being said, we always have at least one Plague Rat in the house. We bring it out when we have visitors, particularly if they are history buffs, Monty Python fans, or CDC employees.

Chewing on my Plague Rat

I'm chewing the ears off my Plague Rat on Twitpic

Tags: Using Product

(legalese)

Monday, January 9, 2012

#Nipclub Monster Movie Night


Purrrr we did have great fun at #nipclub last week. It was TV/movie MONSTER Pawty and Godzilla was MOST popular.

Update: Oh oh oh It my nemesis Mothra!

Sunday, January 8, 2012

My Review of Go Cat Da Bird

Originally submitted at Nip and Bones

Cats go CRAZY about the Da Bird! The Da Bird Teaser cat toy consists of a 36 inch fiberglass rod with a 50 pound tested braided nylon strong and configured feathers that mimic the action of a REAL bird in flight. Don't miss the chance to treat your cat to this toy. If you have not seen first ha...


Lubs Lubs LUBS Da Bird

By Mr. Breeze from Philadelphia, PA on 1/8/2012

 

5out of 5

Pros: Long life with refills, Safe, Cats can't resist Da Bird, Fun, Colorful, Cat Likes It, Durable

Best Uses: Bond with your cat, Simulates hunting, Stress relief, Active Cats, Special Playtime, Older Cats, House Cats, Kittens, Great exercise

Describe Yourself: Long-time Pet Owner

Da Bird is a must-have toy for all cats. The feather attachment makes a sound like a bird that cats can't resist.

I won Da Bird from @BabyPatches during a #pawpawty in the fall of 2009. Three attachment refills later it was still as good as new. My cats are unforgiving with their toys so I'm ordering my fourth refill today.

Da Bird Satisfies Cats' Hunting Instinct

I lovez Da Bird! on Twitpic

Tags: Cat toys, Instincts, Using Product, Feathers

(legalese)

Thursday, January 5, 2012

I heart Petiethecat!

@SeattleP @GeorgeTheDuck @flicka47 Purrrr George made dis pawsum shirt for me on Twitpic
Purrrr @GeorgeTheDuck made dis pawsum shirt for me!

My dear furend Share photos on twitter with Twitpic@Petiethecat did get sick again, but da v-e-t pulled him through. Petie has diabetes and his kidneys is failing. There are great treatments for it now that can extend kittehs lives and keep us comfortable and happy. Lots of anipals are sitting on #PetiesPorch sending #HealingPaw.


Purrr... da @sisfurcats are mature pfbbt! and gets an extra level of vet care. Mature means over 10 years. Dey gets a senior workup every year which includes blood work in hopes of discovering subclinical health problems, like Chilipepper's hyperthyroidism. In dis part of da world it costs about $250. Chilipepper will be "geriatric" like my furend Petie next year so she will get extra vet visits.

Rather than continue to expound on veterinary care I'd like to share an article on the American Animal Hospital Association web page.

AAFP/AAHA Feline Life Stage Guidelines
In 2006, owners took their dogs to veterinarians more than twice as often as cats, averaging 2.3 times/year, compared with 1.1 times/year for cats, and significantly more dogs (58%) than cats (28%) were seen by a veterinarian one or more times/year. Cat owners often express a belief that cats 'do not need medical care'. Two reasons for this misconception are that signs of illness are often difficult to detect, and cats are perceived to be self-sufficient.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Happy New Year 2012!

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Wishing all my furends a great 2012!

Thanks to @TinyPearlCat for da excellent KABOOM pixchur.