How to play with your cat
Playtime isn't just for cats—it's for their people, too. Your cat's speed and grace will amaze you as she dashes about, trying to catch her "prey." Toss a crumpled ball of paper for her to chase—she may even bring it back to you.
Playtime of your cat
Toys and regular playtime are part of providing your cat with a stimulating environment, which makes for a happy and healthy cat. Play gives them an outlet for their energy, mental and physical stimulation, the opportunity to satisfy their instinctual hunting drive and a chance to bond with you.
Homeless Man Turns His Life Around By Creating Drawings of His Dog
Three years ago, John Dolan was homeless and living on the streets of London. He was battling drug abuse and a life of crime that resulted in multiple prison stays. It was a vicious cycle and Dolan didn’t think there was any way out. But one day a fellow homeless woman gave Dolan a Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy named George, and that’s when his life began to change.
7 Things You Should NEVER Do to Your Dog
Dedicated dog parents are some of the most incredible people in the world. But even the most caring dog moms and dog dads sometimes do things that just aren’t in the best interests of their four-legged companions.
Here are 7 things you should never do to your dog.
Does your cat roll on the ground? A cat drops to the ground, flails back and forth on her back, often with head-rubbing against the floor and meowing.
From time to time you may catch your cat doing something a little strange: kneading. This occurs when your kitten rhythmically alternates her paws, pushing in and out, usually against something soft. While no one is 100% sure why cats take on this behavior, there are a few theories.