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CritterZone Eliminates Pet Odors & Restores Air Quality PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacy Mantle   
Wednesday, 21 November 2012 15:32

From stinky litter boxes to wet dogs, being a pet parent means we are challenged with what non-pet-parents find “stinky.” So, if you’ve ever plugged in a room diffuser to cover up the smell of having pets, this is an article you need to read. You need to read it because you know as well as we do that keeping a safe pet household entails a lot more than masking odors. It’s about air purification and filtration, not sprays and air deodorizers.

This is why we’re so completely impressed with the new air purifier from CritterZone. Let’s face it, as pet parents, the odors of dealing with pets can be the biggest challenge we have to overcome.

According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, animal allergies affect about 10 percent of the total U.S. population. Those numbers only reflect those who admit they have allergies. The truth is, most pet parents are highly allergic to their animals, but they never admit it because there isn’t a chance in the world they will ever surrender their pets for this reason. That’s why air purification is so important.

Last Updated on Sunday, 11 August 2013 22:00
Keeping Feral Cats Warm This Winter PDF Print E-mail
Written by Pack Leader   
Wednesday, 07 November 2012 19:00

While we understand that feral cats are at the hear of lots of controversy, their care and well-being remains a priority to us here at PetsWeekly. That's why we love to hear of innovative ways to keep ferals warm during the winter.

Feline Furniture, known for their module cat furniture and lodgepole pine outdoor furniture, has created two new cat houses for outdoor cats.Take a look at the video below - we know you'll love both of these houses. Feline Furniture has made a special effort to create inexpensive, innovative cat housing products that will work for any feline - feral or domestic. They are very supportive of TNR and make special arrangements to work with rescues so you can provide outdoor, waterproof shelter for the feral colony under your care.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 November 2012 19:16
Litter Genie Waste Disposal PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacy Mantle   
Monday, 22 October 2012 17:50

During our recent trip to SuperZoo (a magical place where many wondrous and amazing pet products are introduced to the public for the first time), we stumbled upon a marvelous new invention known as the Litter Genie.

Now, if you’re like us, and you have multiple cats presiding over your household, you know that the litter box is just about the only downside to having feline friends. This is why we are so excited to introduce you to this product.

The Litter Genie is made by the same people as the Diaper Genie and it functions in much the same way. You simply scoop up the waste from the box, open the lid of the Litter Genie and drop in the clumps, then pull the handle to seal in the waste and odor. You can store up to two weeks of waste without a single trip to the garbage can!

Last Updated on Monday, 22 October 2012 18:16
Mountain Cat Trees Inspire Felines PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacy Mantle   
Monday, 24 September 2012 17:43

We look at a lot of things when we are scoping out new products for our pets. Our fussy felines are particularly picky because they get so many choices.

So when we saw the beautiful line of products from Mountain Cat Trees, we were thrilled to check them out. Each tree is handcrafted, eco-friendly and made in the USA. The trees used in the creation of these posts are locally harvested pine, poplar and birch (from such situations as storm damage or as a result of forest management in the North Quabbin Region).  The finished product is complete with a nontoxic and environmentally safe clear coat finish: all things that are very important to us.

We started with the 35” vertical scratching post  which has a 20” x  4” base and weighs just over 18 lbs. This creates a very secure set up that both of our cats are fond of using as their primary scratch post and it can even handle a giant dog jumping on it without tipping over.  This post  is specifically designed for larger cats – our Maine Coon feels right at home – and is great for interactive play!

Last Updated on Friday, 19 April 2013 22:12
Cassie and her Cat-A-Pole PDF Print E-mail
Written by Pack Leader   
Friday, 10 August 2012 16:48

While we were at BlogPaws this past month, we stopped by the Catifcation lounge. This was a one-stop shop for “all things cat” and it was here that we learned about the new Cat-A-Pole cat toy. Kate from Modern Cat was kind enough to give us one to try out and it’s fair to say our house has not been the same since...

As you know, we have been working with Purina One on their True Nature of Cats program, which means we have been exploring new and interactive ways to keep our cats entertained. The Cat A Pole toy is one way we have done this. With scheduled playtimes, our home is more regulated and our cats are much happier. The Cat A Pole has become the most sought-after form of entertainment.

Last Updated on Friday, 19 April 2013 22:12
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