November 10, 2017-
November 16, 2017- This article is from the good people at Modern Cat Magazine; it focuses on the stay-at-home cat and how to keep them interested with inexpensive and inventive ideas! Enjoy and as always, please sound off in the comments section below.
November 15, 2017- Maybe your cat is shy, or you’ve recently adopted a feral stray, or maybe your fussy feline just doesn’t enjoy the company of anyone, click on the link below to find out how to socialize your kitty from our friends at Catster.com.
November 14, 2017-A new book has just hit the market! You guys have got to check this out-click on the link below from our friends at Standard.co.uk.
November 13, 2017- We held our breath for what seemed like forever. I listened carefully for any sounds of life, and when I was sure that there were none, I spoke quietly to Simba.
“Can you get a better vantage point than this?” I asked.
“Why do I have to be the one to investigate? You’re the one who left me here remember?”
I sighed, “Fine, I’ll go. And for the record, I did not leave you here, you were captured!”
“Yeah…thanks for the reminder!” Simba snarled.
I wriggled my way out from under the bed just enough to survey the room. It was totally empty, and there was no sign of Amelia. I looked around for the closet and eventually spotted it on the opposite side of the room.
“Ok, just so that I’m 100% sure, that is the closet,” I said to Simba and pointed to the closed door.
“I’m going in.”
“I’ll come with you!” Simba said cautiously. I could hear the hesitation in his voice.
“No, you’ve been through enough, I’ll do this on my own. Besides, you might need to cause a distraction in case anyone comes through the door.”
“Ok, good luck and Godspeed,” Simba said with his head bowed.
I crept across the carpet and slid into the half-open closet door. It took a moment for my eyes to adjust to the lack of light but when they finally did, I gasped. I needed to get a closer look just to be sure. I crawled on my belly and cased the entire closet. It was true.
“You’ve got to be kidding me!” I hissed and covered my face with my paws.
November 10, 2017-You guys are in for a treat! In the video below, Simon Tofield demonstrates, from start to finish, how he colours one of the pages from his book – Simon’s Cat Vs The World.
November 9, 2017- We’ve all been there. It’s four o’clock in the morning and we’re sound asleep in our comfy bed when a shriek in the night wakes us up in a cold sweat, “Rrroooowe, brrring, brupppp, brupppp!” Read the article below to find out what cat trilling is, what it means, and what your cat is trying to tell you. (From our very good friends at Catster.com)
November 8, 2017-These images are absolutely incredible! Check out the article below from our friends at Metro.co.uk.
November 7, 2017-Do your furry felines have their own furniture or are they constantly taking ownership of yours? Let’s face it everything we own is on loan from our cats, isn’t it? Are your cats sick of sharing your bed with you? What if there was a better way? Now there is, thanks to a few famous furniture makers in Japan! Check out the link below from our friends at the nerdist:
November 6, 2017- “What’s your plan?” I said to the rodent.
“The plan is, we’ll create a distraction outside of the main door. When the humans come out to investigate, you guys can sneak right in. We’ll meet you upstairs.”
“So wait one second, you’re not even going to help us?” Simba asked
The rodent looked at his friend and then glared at me, “We ARE helping, by creating the distraction!”
I glanced at Simba and could tell that he was thinking the same thing that I was, if we were going to help the other animals, it was entirely up to the two of us. We couldn’t depend on anyone else to do what we do best, which is search and rescue.
“Alright, fine! We’ll do all of the work.” Simba muttered. “Lives are hanging in the balance, and we’re out here squabbling and wasting time!”
“Ready?” I asked the rodents.
“What, now?” they said with their mouths gaping open in unison
“Yes now! When were you thinking?”
“Nevermind. Alright, let’s do this.”
Without another word from any of us, the rodents climbed the front steps of the porch and started banging on the main door. Simba and I waited behind a potted plant.
All of the sudden the door flew open and a large human came out. He looked around for where the noise had come from and his eyes finally settled on the rodents scrapping it out on the welcome mat.
“What in the world?” He said, “Babe, you gotta come see this!”
Simba and I didn’t stick around to see what happened next, we ran into the house as fast as our legs would carry us. We couldn’t risk being seen.
We raced up the staircase to Amelia’s room and hid under the bed.