We know cats are very smart, so it’s not surprising they’ve learned how to take selfies and email them around!
In keeping with our sleep theme this week our comfy warm Faerie Cat Beds and Inserts are on sale! No need to use a code to get that sale price – it’s right on the website. But this sale is for a limited time only so be quick like a kitty!
Be warm and toasty, and catch those z’s with our Made in Northern California plush cat beds and inserts.
Long time readers of our newsletter know that we have bunnies as well as our cats.
When we adopted Madeline, who became our Chief Feline Officer, she needed a name. The shelter had called her Spice but it didn’t suit her. So we opened up a contest to readers to name her. Her full name became Madeline Silver Belle. The winner received 4 cat toys.
Here are our new bunnies! They are very young brothers. They are what we bunny fans call “rubies” as they have white fur with ruby colored eyes. Currently they are named Marshmallow and Tiny. Tiny is the tiny one who weighs about two pounds. They will be the companions to Ralph, a 7 year old Dutch bunny. Yes, it’s a bromance!
Put on your creativity cap and send us some cute names! Send them to email@example.com with the subject line “New Bunnies Names.” As before, the winner will receive 4 cat toys!
Until I bumped into this article on the history of squirrels in America I never really thought much about them. I figured squirrels had always been here. And everywhere.
Many city dwellers see squirrels as a chance to get closer to interacting with nature. People debate whether or not they are cute or vermin. No matter what you think of squirrels this article is really fun and informative. You’ll know why America’s parks and just about everywhere else has oodles and oodles of squirrels!
The Fascinating Story of Why U.S. Parks Are Full of Squirrels (at Gizmodo.com)