Archive for October, 2005

Big impact tips for the care of small small dogs

Sunday, October 9th, 2005

A lot of people visit this site and they are looking for information about small dogs, choosing a small dog or caring for one. What follows is this article by Blake Kritzberg which addresses many important things that any owner or prospective owner of a small dog should be aware of. Basic small dog care […]

Cats are insane, it’s official

Friday, October 7th, 2005

Pretty much everyone thinks that their cat is the strangest. They’re all odd! They’re either chasing spots of nothing around the room, attacking you from behind in the morning with an elbow drop from the top of the dresser or just plain trying to break your nose with a headbut in bed. A brief search […]

Tale of a lost and found dog.

Wednesday, October 5th, 2005

Whilst looking for sites that feature lost and found dogs, a happened across this tale of a found dog. The story makes a delightful read and has a happy ending. I can just picture the happy wagging hound as it’s temporary nightkeeper kept going to visit her in the garden. I’m not sure what kind […]

Ragdoll cats – fluffy bundle indeed!

Wednesday, October 5th, 2005

Whilst surfing around, I spotted this Ragdoll cats website. Right at the top of the site you see these blue eyes peering out of the lovely fluffy grey face. Intrigued, I read further on this site that they medium to long-haired cats, best known for their placid and docile temperament. They are also very affectionate […]

Noah’s Wish, helping disaster struck animals.

Monday, October 3rd, 2005

Noah’s Wish started in March of 2002 to help animals in disaster struck areas. They have been involved in helping out in the Romanian Floods, the Asian Earthquakes and Tsunami – and more recently in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. They have a page that lays out how you can help them achieve their mission. […]

5 Simple Steps to Creating an Allergy Friendly Home

Sunday, October 2nd, 2005

It can be distressing to know that you are allergic to you own beloved pet. Emily Clark recognises this and outlines five stragegies to ease this situation. It will seem horribly unfair to any child who suffers with allergies that they cannot have a pet or must loose one whom they have grown attached to. […]