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July 30, 2012

Thundershirt For Cats

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Thunder is booming outside of Super Cool Pets headquarters. Most of us are familiar with the Thundershirt for Dogs, but did you know there is a Thundershirt for Cats? If you can get it on your kitty (!), it is easy to create the snug, comfortable fit essential to treat anxiety.

Not sure they are as sensitive to thunder as some of our dogs, but this Thundershirt is effective for calming them during vet visits, groomers, when traveling, or with general anxiety problems. Made of a durable fabric that resists collecting fur.

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July 25, 2012

Vintage Framed Collage Cat Wall Art by Interior Designer Denise Fiedler

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We are always looking for unique items to add interest to our home. This vintage framed Collage Caticon is handmade by interior designer Denise Fiedler in San Francisco.

She carves shapes from the yellowing pages of old books and newspapers, then assembles the cutouts to illustrate the distinct personality of a playful kitten. Great gift!

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July 24, 2012

Eureka Suction Seal Pet Upright Vacuum

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In these dog days of summer, we generally have golden furballs blowing around the tile floors of Super Cool Pets headquarters, necessitating a thorough vacuum of the premises daily.

This affordable Eureka Suction Seal Pet Upright Vacuum is designed to deep clean pet hair from carpets, bare floors, upholstery and more. The on/off brushroll switch lets you clean carpets and bare floors.

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The Suction Seal Pet also features a pet upholstery brush, a turbo driven PET Power Paw, and a 39 foot hose and wand to clean above the floors. This model includes an odor absorbing HEPA filter to eliminate pet odors and reduce allergens for a cleaner home.

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July 20, 2012

On Mysterious Cat Behavior -- 5 Ways Cats Show Affection and More

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Dogs express their love and affection very openly through tail-wagging, nuzzling, pawing and kisses. Cats are a lot more subtle, no surprise there.

Here are some common signs of cat affection from Decoding How Cats Show Affection | Petside:


  • Eye blinks: When a cat meets a stranger for the first time, they give them an unblinking stare. They are wary. Cats that feel trust and affection for a human often blink at them.

  • Grooming: When your cat allows you to groom him, this is another sure sign that he trusts you and feels cat affection for you.

  • Head rubbing: When a cat rubs her face on a human, she is using scent glands on her cheeks to mark her territory. this can both mean affection, and that she is claiming the human in question as her "property."

  • Belly display: This sign of cat affection is one of the most profound acts of trust a cat can bestow on a human.

  • Kneading: A cat kneading against your body is an act of sheer contentment, trust and true adoration


beckercatownermanual.jpgInterested in learning more about cat behavior? Your Cat: The Owner's Manual: Hundreds of Secrets, Surprises, and Solutions for Raising a Happy, Healthy Cat is an enjoyable and informative resource.

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July 18, 2012

Cat Crib -- Space-Saving Indoor Cat Hammock

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If you don't have a lot of space for bulky cat furniture and want a clean and clutter-free home, the Cat Crib is for you. The Cat Crib is a cat hammock that fits under any chair. It is a safe space where your cat can hideout and sleep.

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Click on the above graphic to enlarge or go to Cat Crib.

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July 13, 2012

Vet Recommends High Protein Food for Your Elderly Pet

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If you have an elderly pet, you may have heard you should cut back on the protein. But feeding him or her more protein may be a good thing, according to Geriatric Pets Need More Protein:

It is commonly believed that feeding geriatric dogs and cats normal or high amounts of protein can cause kidney disease or make existing kidney disease worse. Food manufacturers prey on this belief by offering lower protein foods for geriatric dogs and cats, when in actuality, geriatric pets benefit from higher protein diets.

In fact, the prolonged feeding of special veterinary kidney diets to pets without clinical signs of kidney disease can actually cause unnecessary muscle loss, a compromised immune system, and osteoporosis.

So we are going to check out High Protein Dog Food and High Protein Cat Food. As always, this is not a medical blog, so for more info please confer with your vet and read Geriatric Pets Need More Protein.

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July 10, 2012

Happy Habitat Outdoor Playhouse for Indoor Cats

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If your indoor kitties are getting cabin fever in the house and feeling all left out, give them a breath of fresh air without worrying about them getting hurt or running away. The Happy Habitat for Indoor Cats is perfect for your backyard, your porch, balcony, or deck.

You get 2 pegs to stake it securely to the ground and there's easy access for the cats and you through the zipper door. It folds tightly into convenient carry bag for fun on the go and weighs just 2.5 pounds for light-weight carrying.

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July 4, 2012

Happy 4th of July! You CAN Keep Your Pets Calm and Relaxed

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Happy 4th!

As much as we love summer, for some of us living with pets, Fourth of July fireworks and vicious storms create stressful times. To turn this around for your pets, there are many techniques to relax them--click link for dog ideas and cat ideas.

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And for some tips, check out this quick slideshow 6 ways to ease your dog's fear of loud noises | Boston.com.


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July 3, 2012

Pet's Water Cooler

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The heat wave in many parts of the country has been relentless. Tough for people to stay cool and hydrated with (or without!) power, not to mention our sweet pets. In hot weather ice cubes keep water cold but melt so quickly. Pet fountains require electricity or batteries.

This Pet's Water Cooler keeps an 8-hour supply of water for a pet chilled all day long using a removable insert lined with non-toxic gel. Includes a second insert for use while the other one is chilling in the freezer. Holds 24 ounces.

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July 2, 2012

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