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Santa’s Litter Helper: Litter Lifter Scooper (product review)

I admit it might sound strange to give a litter scoop as a gift… But hear me out.

I just bought something that would make a fabulous gift for cat lovers: the Litter Lifter scooper (www.litter-lifter.com). People on litter box duty will appreciate its features but they might not splurge on it – at around . . . → Read More: Santa’s Litter Helper: Litter Lifter Scooper (product review)

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Location, Location, Location: A Critical Factor For Many Feline Functions

A lot of frustrations that people experience with their cats can be solved simply by moving the kitty supplies from one spot to another. Below are some of the location-related details I mention to people most often.

Water

Most of us humans like to put dog and cat water dishes right next to food dishes, . . . → Read More: Location, Location, Location: A Critical Factor For Many Feline Functions

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Practice Safe Medicating: Use Finger Cots

Another one of the supplies that’s always in my pet sitting bag is a container of finger cots. I use them all the time at home for one reason: one of my cats gets daily medications in the form of a cream that I rub into his ears.

Of course if a medicine can have . . . → Read More: Practice Safe Medicating: Use Finger Cots

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The FURminator: Judgement Day For Matted Fur & Hairballs

I was recently telling yet another person about the best dog/cat grooming brush EVER: The FURminator. To see videos of the FURminator in action, check out the company’s YouTube channel.

Since I’ve been using it at home, I have seen a reduction in hairballs, hair mattings, and shedding. It’s one of the supplies that’s always . . . → Read More: The FURminator: Judgement Day For Matted Fur & Hairballs

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This Tugs For You

A couple years ago I discovered a line of dog toys that were the most durable I’d ever seen and I’ve continued to be amazed at how well they last.

climbing rope

Kilo Hitch Tugs are made out of climbing rope – you know, the rope that mountain climbers and rock climbers rely on . . . → Read More: This Tugs For You

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