5 Things That Living With 2 Senior Cats Has Taught Me Veterinary care, cost, behavior and diet are among the things to inevitably change as cats get older. Senior cats are truly a breed apart. If you, like myself, have lived among such cats for a long time, they will own a piece of your heart and become fully fledged family members. It doesn’t really matter that they will require a lot more energy to deal with and be a
Freddy’s Cathouse – Feral Cat Rescue Charity in the Canary Islands I recently met up to do an interview with Freddy of Freddy’s Cathouse in Playa Blanca, a town in the west of our island of Lanzarote. Him and his charity are totally dedicated to helping improve the lives of approx. 130-140 feral cats, with 26 feeding stations under his care.
Live on TalkRADIO UK Chatting about Fat Cats on the Jon Holmes Show on TalkRadio on 4th January 2017
Natural Cannabinoids Gave My Cat a Better Quality of Life Spider, age 17, showed great improvement after a week, so I interviewed the Canna-Pet CEO.
This Clever Cat Has Lived at a German University for 13 Years Her name is Fräulein Sinner. This tabby-and-white girl should, in theory, be expert in fields such as child care, environmental issues, languages, democratic social networks, and artists’ roles in political change. Why? Well, when biologists, educational specialists, or sociopolitical researchers at Hildesheim University in Germany are teaching, this campus cat will roam the hallways and join the human students. Her favorite place? The cozy armchair in front of
A Jerusalem SPCA Volunteer Talks About Street Cats, Violence, and One Special Kitty I recently spent a week in Jerusalem, and I was amazed at how many feral cats live on the streets of this beautiful city in Israel. Some cats looked extremely rough — your typical scruffy, beat-up toms, their “crown jewels” still attached, loitering around the local bins for scraps. But the majority looked very healthy, with bright eyes and shiny fur, and sporting the tell-tale TNR snip
Scooby North America Rescues Galgos Dogs in Spain and Finds Them Homes in the U.S. Few breeds of dogs have to endure the same kind of hardship as the Galgo Español (Spanish Greyhound). Galgos are extremely gentle and calm; get on fantastically with young children, other dogs, and even cats; and would like nothing more than spend the whole day lazing around on a comfy sofa.
She Moved to Manila for Work; She Stayed for the Street Cats | Catster Life is tough for cats trying to survive on the streets of Manila and other cities in the Philippines. Even though the climate is warm year round, the rainy season from June to November is hard when you live on the streets and are trying to find your next meal.
We Chat With a German Man Who Fights Intolerance and Racism — With Cat Memes | Catster Editor’s note: Some of the images and concepts below might be too extreme for some readers, but we believe they’re important enough to expose, and that the man behind the memes is important enough to interview. Many of us are patriotic in a healthy way and proud of our countries.
We Chat With Pet Portrait Artist Thomas Dalsgaard Clausen – Dogster Pet portraits and the artists who draw them are all over the Internet these days. But rarely will you find someone capturing the essence of the animals as wonderfully as Danish artist Thomas Dalsgaard Clausen. We caught up with this remarkable man for a chat about his artwork.