Are you getting in the mood for Halloween? It’s always fun to read scary stories by the masters of thrills and chills, especially if they feature creepy cats. Here are five spooky stories that feature kitties. Check them out… if you dare!
August 8th is International Cat Day! Cats and cat lovers of the world, unite! International Cat Day began in 2002, created by IFAW, the International Fund for Animal Welfare whose mission is to “rescue and protect animals from around the world.”
The month of January usually contains some of the coldest days of the entire year, which is exactly what inspired National Cuddle Up Day! Who better to cuddle up with than your cat?
I’m not suggesting there is definitely a satanic cult in your neighborhood, but there is always mischief afoot on Halloween, and black cats are often targets. Keep them safe.
When she went to investigate, she discovered her cat, Opie, grievously injured, yet her son, 3 year old Daemire, sleeping soundly, unharmed, just feet away.
And if you know someone with chronic illness, suggest that maybe it’s time they get a cat doctor on their staff.
I have six cats in my apartment. (Don’t ask about all the cats I have hidden in the basement!) So I’m always interested in finding new things for them to do instead of hissing at each other.
I love getting good mail. And so do my cats, it turns out. They jumped all over the box. They played with the box. What’s with the box?
Buying these treats benefits Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida. The campaign is called “Little Cats Helping Big Cats.” For every online purchase, support goes to help those big beautiful cats!
Made with all-natural wool, totally non-toxic, handcrafted by artisans in Nepal, KittiChase is a durable, and eco-friendly toy. Watch this video!
My KittiKubbi arrived last Friday from Twin Critters. It’s a woolen cat bed hideout, handcrafted in Nepal by local artisans. It’s made without harsh chemicals or synthetic fabrics.
As I write this, my cats are all asleep. Dreaming of little mittens, flying feathers, crinkly sounds no doubt. I put all the toys back in the box so we can do it again tomorrow!
A Japanese artist named Pico makes shockingly realistic hand bags that look like cute, fuzzy cats.