Hey guys! I'd like to introduce you to Sibby. Sibby is an 11 week old Siberian mix. Sibby was found at and rescued from a local shelter by her caretaker, Jenny. When she saw Jenny at the shelter, she begged and pleaded to go home with her, and Jenny couldn't resist. The funniest thing that Jenny noticed about Sibby is when she discovered herself in the mirror and thought she was face to face with another cat. Sibby hissed and folded her ears out, looking like a gremlin. Sibby is a very funny and cute kitty, a real treasure to Jenny. Sibby was just one of many cats found at a shelter. My own cat was there for 4 months, and was THIS close to being sent to the pound, where she would have been put to "sleep" after another week or two. Every year thousands of cats are put to sleep. Please go to the pound and local shelters before you go to a pet store, where pets have garunteed good lives. You never know what treasures you might find. Thanks!!! HOW CAN YOUR CAT BE CAT OF THE [Read more...]
Did you know the maximum lifespan of a domestic cat is estimated to be as high as 25-35 years? Yet their average life span is only about 14 years. And did you know the maximum life span of a dog is estimated to be about 27 years? Yet the reality is that in our society their average lifespan is only about 13 years. One of the most important things you can do to ensure your pet’s maximum health and longevity is to provide proper nutrition. Yes, genetics is an important factor in longevity, and we can’t do much about that. But numerous studies have shown that proper nutrition plays a vital role in ensuring a long, healthy and happy life for your pet. And that’s a factor you can do something about. learn more Vitamins and nutrients critical to your pet’s well-being can be destroyed in the manufacturing processes of mass produced commercial pet foods. This can leave your pet lacking in necessary nutrients and endangering its potential lifespan.