Did Your Pet’s Name Make the List?

December 13, 2017- This article comes to us from our friends at the Daily Mail. Can you guess which pet name took top spot for 2017? Simba was on the list, but it’s not number one:( I guess I’m just ahead of the times:) Click on the link below for some great ideas and also to find out which name for pets was most popular!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5150259/Luna-dogs-cats-2017.html

Shotlanskogo, Fold, Cat, Kitten, Pets, British Cat

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Quenda Super Long Legs!…

August 22, 2017-You have to check out this cat! Quenda the cat has become an overnight, internet sensation because of her unusually long legs. Click on the link from our friends at the Daily Mail to read the whole story, and yes, I will be following her on Instagram:)

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4808350/Cat-set-pegs-make-look-twice.html

Quenda (pictured) was listed for adoption on Facebook with more than 1,000 responding

Proof That Cats Are Liquid…Sunshine!

June 16, 2017-We all know that cats are liquid because they easily take the shape of objects that they pour themselves into! This article from our friends at the Daily Mail UK proves that cats love sunshine and they don’t care what position they have to take in order to bask in the light. My cats love bathing in the sun puddles that seep through our living room windows! Check out the article below and be sure to share your sun worshipping cat stories in the comments section:)

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4577460/Photographs-prove-cats-love-sunshine.html

Clever kitty: One tiny feline found the one spot in the whole room that kept them warm 

2000 Year-Old Cat Footprint!

June 13, 2017-This is incredible! According to an article in the Daily Mail, Archaeologists have uncovered a 2000 year-old cat footprint on a Roman tile. I guess that it’s safe to say that cats have been walking all over our stuff since the beginning of time! Check out the article below.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4580286/Archaeologists-uncover-2000-year-old-cat-footprint.html

Archaeologists have discovered what could be the world's oldest cat paw print embedded on a tile (pictured) which dates back almost 2,000 years. Experts are clearing the area to make way for the construction of a new road near Lincoln