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Meet my New Kitty-To-Be

I really hadn’t planned to adopt so soon after adopting Minuit this summer, but I couldn’t resist this one. I adopted Min from Diabetic Cats in Need, a great group that helps diabetic cats, and so I follow them on Facebook. This past weekend they posted a 10 year old diabetic Ragdoll in need of . . . → Read More: Meet my New Kitty-To-Be

Pet Pop Quiz Answer

So did you know what type of pet made it possible for those of us outside the UK to watch the Royal Wedding?

Q: What pet was used to run television cable outside of Buckingham Palace for Princess Diana’s wedding and now they are being used to lay cable for Internet service to rural . . . → Read More: Pet Pop Quiz Answer

Pet Pop Quiz and Contest

I love hearing about the different jobs some pets have. Usually it’s dogs, but that’s not always the case. See if you can figure this one out. Q: What pet was used to run television cable outside of Buckingham Palace for Princess Diana’s wedding and now are being used to lay cable for Internet service . . . → Read More: Pet Pop Quiz and Contest

Petfinder’s Adopt-a-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week- Ferrets

When I began learning about ferrets and their care, I was amazed at the number in shelters. Being a big adoption advocate, I knew I my first ferret would be adopted. I spent days looking through all the ferrets on Petfinder that were looking for homes. I finally contacted the Pennsylvania Ferret Club and . . . → Read More: Petfinder’s Adopt-a-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week- Ferrets

Pet Pop Quiz Answer

So how well do you know your animals? Were you able to figure out what pet this is?

Q: These small long- tailed rodent pets originated in Mongolia. While not rabbits, they do thump their feet at times of excitement or stress. What is the name of this pet?

A: The gerbil! These little critters . . . → Read More: Pet Pop Quiz Answer