All Anti Icky Poo cleaning products (Anti Icky Poo, P-Bath, Stain Remover) are on sale at 8% off! Plus you get an additional 5% off the bundles of 3! With our flat rate shipping it’s a great time to stock up! But act fast, the sale ends in six days at midnight on Tuesday March 11th.
The one and only cat urine clean up that we know REALLY works is Anti Icky Poo. To go with Anti Icky Poo, which literally eats the urine and its odors, proteins and gases, there is the pre-treatment product P-Bath and Stain Remover to really get that yellow out.
Use the coupon code as often as you wish. And share the coupon code with your friends!
Discount code to use when you check out: bluebell
The discount will not apply to sales tax or shipping. This sale is only on Anti Icky Poo, P-Bath and Stain Remover. This offer expires Midnight Tuesday March 11th.
Don’t forget to type in that code! If you forget we cannot process the discount on our end.
You MAY NOT use any other coupon or promo code with this offer.
Spring is all about flowers and to most of us we look forward to seeing the flowers from bulbs. Tulips, daffodils, lilies. But if you live with cats Do Not Buy Them or bring them into your home. One tiny nibble on any part of the plant (leaves, flowers, pollen) can mean sudden death to a cat. Even drinking the water in the vase holding the flowers can cause death or serious illness.
This article talks about how sensitive cats are to all parts of lilies – not just the flowers and leaves, but the water they sit in, and pollen too if the particles get on your cat’s whiskers, feet or fur (this can be fatal).
This a very sad but very informative story from the Daily Mail about what happens when a cat eats any part of a lily: The Valentine bouquet that killed my cats: Mother’s Day warning on lethal lilies
This website has a very good list of plants which are toxic to cats.
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.
Madeline Silver Belle
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!
Our new bunnies!
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!
Energy healing is an amazing skill that your cat faerie learned many years ago. Every now and then she welcomes newsletter readers and Cat Faeries customers to sign up their sick or elderly animals to receive the benefits of a healing session. Free of charge. It’s a gift to our friends in the animal kingdom.
You do not need to be sitting with your furry or feathered friend for the benefits to be felt. But people email after to say that if they did hold their animal and they could feel the healing vibrations and they could observe subtle changes in their friend. People tell us that it’s a very rewarding experience for all.
If you wish to join in during that time either with prayer, meditation, invocation, songs, chanting, etc. – join us during any time during the 45 minute session.
While we don’t require that you email us after the healing we really love to hear from you with your impressions of how your furry friend responded.
Here’s how to sign up:
- Email a photo of your animal (it can be any animal, this is not limited to cats)
- Subject line must read: February animal healing
- In the body of the email tell us a bit about your friend: name, age, health status
- We must get your email before midnight Friday, January 31st
Sunday, February 2, 2014
11am to 11:45am Pacific time zone
Send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once again jerky treats which were made in China for dogs and cats are making animals sick or causing them to die. You must read labels carefully. Avoid food for your cat or dog that is made in China, Thailand or Vietnam. Often stores will cover up the country of origin with the price tag!
Here’s what the FDA says in its latest warning – “As of September 24, 2013, FDA has received more than 3000 complaints of illness related to consumption of chicken, duck, or sweet potato jerky treats, nearly all of which are imported from China. The reports involve more than 3600 dogs, 10 cats and include more than 580 deaths.”
Even if a product is made in the US they could be sourcing ingredients from anywhere – including China. And while I have your attention, read the labels, if there is fish on the ingredient list do not buy it – more on “why we no longer consume fish” in an upcoming newsletter.
Here’s two articles on the latest FDA warning:
http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/22/us/fda-jerky-pet-treats-warning/ – FDA to vets: Watch out for jerky pet treats; some linked to illness, death
http://truthaboutpetfood2.com/jerky-treat-progress-report – Jerky Treat Progress Report?
Here’s a link to the latest FDA warning:
http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/NewsEvents/CVMUpdates/ucm371450.htm – FDA Releases Progress Report on Jerky Pet Treat Investigation
On Halloween, Thursday October 31st 10% of our sales will be adopted to Loup Garou rescue an organization devoted to the rescue and adoption of black cats and dogs!
For more information: http://www.loupgarourescue.org/
Here’s an article written by Loup Garou founder Jennifer Mieuli Jameson:
Halloween…my very favorite holiday of the year! Children dressed up as goblins and ghosts traveling door to door like scary salesmen, only they expect to be GIVEN something: a trick, or a TREAT! Treats are more popular these days, much to the chagrin of the parents whose little ones will be hopped up on sugar for days to come after the annual spookfest!
While it’s all fun and frolic for humans, this particular holiday can be difficult for our pets, and most especially for black cats. Long associated with witches and evil, every year at this time, we hear the warnings: shelters won’t adopt out black or orange cats at this time of year, or “keep your felines confined to the indoors, lest they meet with a terrible fate.” There is a risk, to be sure, but more of a risk is that your cat might be met with mischief perpetrated by Halloween pranksters. But the incidence of cats being sacrificed to so-called Satanic ritual is less actuality and more urban myth. While there are some reported cases, there are more times when our sleek black beauties are the victim of rambunctious Halloween revelers.
To be on the safe side, keep your kitty indoors. That way, the only peril he or she will face is the constant ringing of the doorbell as the Night of All Hallows is celebrated~!