Recently, IKEA UK let loose 100 kitties inside their Wembley store. Why? Mostly just for fun, as I can tell. Although, they claim it was an 'experiment'. Either way, it'll surely cause some buzz.
This is Leo, a cat scratching post that looks as lithe as are the fur-people that use it. Made of Zebrawood, it's soft enough to give kitty's claws a workout, but it's hard enough to keep its shape.
Cats love high places, that's why they love to climb trees. And sometimes get stuck in them. These gorgeous kitty tree houses from PetTreeHouses provide all the fun and none of the risk to those felines who jones for altitude.
WARNING: Crude material ahead.
When the topic of cat butt rears its head around here, it usually has something to do with dingle berry control. You get a whiff of something malodorous and know that Miss Kitty has a milk dud attached to her backside. Frankly, I do my best to complete the dingle berry removal process by ‘feel’, averting my gaze if possible. Considering its potential for such nastiness, we might think there could be nothing ‘cute’...
It's May Day, where kids all over the world leave flowers on unsuspecting neighbor's doorsteps. I have a nice deck, but it's 6 feet off the ground and I don't expect a kid to heave flowers up there...so I made one for myself and here's how I did it.
Step 1. Get a purse. This one's vinyl. Cost me $2.99 at Goodwill. Vinyl, pleather, plastic, and rattan work well for this. Cloth, leather, and fancy sequins, not so much. Look for ones that can stand...