Spring is here! Home Alone Kitty Flower Essence helps kitties while you travel and it’s 18% off!

Got the travel bug yet? Dreaming of faraway places and adventure? Everyone needs a break to see new things and get a new perspective. But often our cats hate it when we leave. From a cat’s viewpoint our much needed vacation is the end of the world for them.

Many cats barely even notice we are gone! For the rest of them who might stop eating, poop on the floor, cry, fight with the other cats or sulk, Cat Faeries has just the thing! Home Alone Kitty will help calm those cats and assure them that very soon you’ll be home.


On sale right now the flower essence formula: Home Alone Kitty.

No coupon code needed, it’s been marked down 18%.

1 oz. size regularly $24.95 NOW: $20.04

FREE SHIPPING on orders of flower essences or toys only!

Would you like a golden healer crystal with your order? Just ask!

In COMMENTS type: Crystal, please

And we’ll include one!

Psychology and the Missing Cat

This is a pretty fascinating article about the psychology of cats who have taken off for parts unknown, and why. Before you read the entire article be sure to find the best cat sitter in town. One who will ensure that your cat won’t escape, and one who will send a full hour in your home keeping your cats company – we can’t stress how important a good cat sitter is. Your vet is a good source for the purrfect referral.

Why would a cat run away?

Most cats do not literally “run away” even if abused — if anything they would prefer to stay put because of their innate territoriality. It is more descriptive to say that a cat was lured by a squirrel, or chased off by a dog or some other frightening event, but then finds itself reluctant to leave the NEW territory out of fear, rather than say the cat intentionally ran away from its old territory.

Click here to read the entire article:

http://sonic.net/~pauline/psych.html

Film maker Morgan Spurlock spends a week at an animal shelter!

Film maker Morgan Spurlock spends a week at an animal shelter!

Didn’t you just love Morgan Spurlock’s film Super Size Me? Currently he has a series on CNN called Inside Man. Just like in Super Size Me he physically dives into the week’s topic. In the episode which just aired called “Pets in America” he works for one week at The Animal Rescue League of Berks County in Reading, PA so he can firsthand experience everything that happens. He nurses a 3 day old kitten who was not expected to live (but did!) to cleaning kennels and witnessing euthanasia.

“Where I worked in Reading, PA is one of thousands of these types of shelters across the country. You see these animals who are so sweet and so nice and a lot of them who won’t get adopted and will end up getting killed. That’s the sad side of the story. But the fact that there are people who every day make them first in their lives is phenomenal.” -Morgan Spurlock

In this short interview Morgan gets interviewed about this episode of “Inside Man” and what he learned about cat and dog over population.

We tried to find a copy of the episode online for those of you who missed it, but we couldn’t find one. If CNN releases it for online viewers we’ll let you know. It will be repeated on CNN so if you have a DVR you’ll find repeats of this show.

Fish Oil is Back! ProNova – guaranteed to be free of mercury and radiation!

Fish Oil is Back!  ProNova - guaranteed to be free of mercury and radiation! at CatFaeries.com

When the evidence was mounting about radiation levels from Fukushima in Pacific Ocean fish we stopped carrying wild caught salmon fish oil. After 3 years of searching we found fish oil which is tested twice for heavy metals like Mercury, and for radiation. It’s tested once in Scotland where the fish is caught, and again in the US. It is guaranteed that this fish oil is free of mercury, other pollutants and heavy metals, and radiation.

You’d need to eat buckets of fish to get a healthful amount of Omega 3. Because of Fukushima we stopped eating fish 3 years ago. But we worried that we and our cats were not getting enough Omega 3 even from grass fed/pastured meats. That was until we found ProNova Fish Oil from Scotland.

Every batch of ProNova Fish Oil is tested for Mercury, other pollutants, and radiation – twice!

To say that Cat Faeries are finicky about quality is an understatement! We spent a huge amount of time seeking out fish oil that we consider to be safe and it wasn’t easy. We looked at fish oils produced just for cats and we looked at fish oils produced for people. But no other brand could or would discuss our concern of heavy metals or radiation.

You’ll find cheaper fish oils – that’s the problem, they are cheap in every way from the questionable quality of the fish, and in production of the oil where it can be oxidized. You and your cats deserve the best which is why you are a Cat Faeries customer in the first place!

Fish oil soft gels may be punctured and oil squeezed into food. For cats ½ to 1 soft gel daily. For people – follow the instructions on the bottle.

Daphne and Madeline both say:

“Ok feline brothers and sisters, get ready for your fur becoming ‘fluff city’ and your body feeling loosey goosey like a kitten again! Madeline’s fur has gone from feeling coarse to feeling like butter. We both feel like spring kittens because of what this fish oil is doing for us. And our “Maid” says she’s feeling years younger, which is good, because we keep her very busy tending to our needs!”

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Energy Healing – anytime you need it!

For the past few years we’ve offered energy healings every Spring. Now you can order a healing for your cat, yourself or anyone else anytime you need to.

Cat Faeries’ behaviorist is trained in energy healing. It’s a technique similar to Reiki which you may have heard of. However this method is much older and is based upon healing and compassion. Reiki sessions can range in price from $30 to over $100. We feel that this work is a gift and that it should be affordable to all especially for those who love and care for several animals or friends. At present our Energy Healing fee is only $15.

When you place your order you get an emailed copy and so do we. We will email you back and ask that you attach a photo of the cat, person, or other animal who is in need of the healing. We must be able to see the face and eyes to make the connection. We’ll also ask you to tell us briefly what the condition is so we can focus on it.

When we do the healings: We devote 3 days a week to doing this work. Each animal or person will receive their long distance energy healing 3 times and on each of the three days we’ve set aside.

Here are some of the conditions we can help address:

• Kidneys
• Thyroid
• Arthritis
• Pain
• Viruses
• Injuries
• Urinary system
• Immunity
• Pain
• Past abuse
• Fear
• Depression

In addition to Energy Healing we are offering Energy Plus. It is the same 3 energy healing sessions plus we will craft a custom flower formula just for you or your animal friend and mail it to you.

The formula is on what you told us when you ordered, and any impressions we pick up during our energy work. We will draw upon our pharmacy of several hundred flower, tree, root, and other plant medicines and their vibration. We’ll save your formula if you should wish to reorder. We can certainly revise your formula in the future if you wish.

Meet the Feral Cats of Disneyland. More “cats on the job!”

A few years ago we heard that Disneyland in Anaheim, CA had and actually cared for about 200 feral cats who keep the theme park free of rodents.

Cats roaming Disneyland were discovered in the 1950’s. Rather than “get rid of them” the park decided to house and care for them so they could help keep the park clear of mice and rats.

All of the cats are part of the program we know as TNR – Trap Neuter Release. The tipped left ear is what tells you that the cat has been spayed or neutered, and is part of a feral colony.

During the day these cats are kept from the public in special cat ranch hidden on the property. At night they come out to hunt and play! But sometimes one or two sneak out and make themselves seen. This home video shows one of them being fed a few scraps of food at the park’s Hungry Bear Restaurant:

This LA Times article from May 2, 2012 by Hugo Martin tells us all about them!

http://articles.latimes.com/2010/may/02/business/la-fi-cover-disney-20100502

Someone known as Aunt Peaches writes about the cats too

http://www.auntpeaches.com/2013/08/the-feral-cats-of-disneyland.html

PS: The Disneyland feral cats are specifically told not to bother these two mice…


Do you know of any “working cats” in your community?

We’d love to hear about them and we’ll print your story!

Submit it to: catfaeries@catfaeries.com

Subject line to read: My story: cats on the job

We’ll send you 4 catnip toys if we use your story!