Month: September 2019

We consider our pets part of the family, but resources for grieving a beloved pet are limited. Kaleel Sakakeeny began supporting pet parents through the grieving process after the loss of his beloved feline soul mate, Kyro. “Kyro lit up my days and when he died, the light went out of my life,” Kaleel says.
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Lori Wendin, our art director, sent me the link to this planter, saying — run this! Of course, I loved it, too and reached out to co-creator Angel Napoleon to find out the inspiration behind this great product. About five years ago, Angel and her partner Brent Napoleon were working at a 3D printing company,
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He favors a palette of yellow with purple, pink and orange for flowers. Nature is his muse and inspires him to paint several times a year, most often during seasonal changes. His technique is streaks, dabs and splotches applied with his right paw. Meet Quint Cole, acrylic artist. Born in 2012, Quint was the last
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A neighborhood cat and her kittens were rescued from life on the streets. Her little lookalike quickly stood out. Cindy Congdon @foster_kittens A Good Samaritan from Seattle, Washington brought a cat and her kittens to the Seattle Humane Society for help. The tortoiseshell, named Rosie, was living outside until a neighbor noticed she was pregnant.
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Purr & Pour Cat Café just opened its doors this past June in Georgetown, South Carolina. Its vision is a big one: a Georgetown County free from the overpopulation of non-altered feral and homeless cats because they’ve found loving forever homes. The café — the dream of PURRprietor Patricia Devine-Harms — gets its 12 to
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When a love for cats is fueled by passion, a dream can become reality. This encapsulates the story behind Esther Mechler’s organization Marian’s Dream and their Feline Fix by Five initiative to educate America about the benefits of spaying and neutering cats before they are 5 months old. “When it comes to spaying and neutering
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Having only 3 legs “never slowed down” this beautiful Vizsla named Reagan, according to her caretaker. Photo: tkerugger There’s an old saying that applies equally to dogs and cats: “Dogs [and cats] have 3 legs and a spare.” This neatly sums up how 3-legged pets cope with the loss of a limb: These tripods (or
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Cat Chase the Moon Famous feline P.I. Joe Grey is back in the 21st installment of Shirley Rousseau Murphy’s beloved Joe Grey Mystery series. In this newest thriller, Joe Grey’s world has fallen apart when his teen kitten, Courtney, goes missing. All the cats and their human friends are searching the streets, worried that Courtney
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Getting a cat to be more affectionate starts with keeping them healthy, happy and comfortable. Photo: ibjennyjenny Cats show their affection in different ways from dogs, which is disappointing for some people who were hoping for a cuddly, affectionate kitty. Although some cats are quite affectionate and will happily cuddle up in a warm lap,
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