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January 26, 2012

Cats, Dogs, Men, Women, Ninnies & Clowns: The Lost Art of William Steig, New Yorker Magazine Cartoonist

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William Steig is the cartoonist and award-winning children's book author whose work has appeared on the covers and pages of the New Yorker for more than 70 years. In Cats, Dogs, Men, Women, Ninnies & Clowns: The Lost Art of William Steig, his wife Jeanne Steig treats us to more than 450 never-before-published cartoons by her husband and provides personal insight and anecdotes about his work and their relationship.

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January 24, 2012

Kuni Cup Cat

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Mornings are tough for many of us. Start your day off with a smile. This Kuni Cup Cat mug looks normal enough sitting on your kitchen table until you take a sip. Then the cute orange cat opens its big mouth and flashes its teeth at the person sitting across from you--sure to brighten up the day. Kids will love this! Dishwasher safe.

via Book of Joe

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January 19, 2012

Cat Resort Luxury Cat Tree

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Cat condos add a lot of fun, exercise, relaxation and comfort to the lives of our kitties but often they don't really add much of a decorative touch to our homes. The Cat Resort is an attractive replica tree that will bring good things to both your indoor cat and your decor.

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The Cat Resort consists of a handmade tree supported by a base and three perches for your cat to explore, jump or simply relax. The silk leaves provide privacy and hiding spots as well as places to play. The perches each have their own entrances and swivel for positioning with removable carpets for cleaning.

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January 18, 2012

Dog and Cat Cocoa Fiber Shoe Scrapers

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We always like to see our pets greet us at the door. Put these cute Dog and Cat Cocoa Fiber Shoe Scrapersicon on your stoop and put an end to your family and friends tracking in mud, dirt and ice.

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They're made of durable polystone construction with cocoa fiber bristles in dog, cat and hedgehog designs.

Use code LNK299PH to receive $2.99 flat rate shipping on orders $75 or more.

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January 17, 2012

Bamboo Rotating Tooth Comb Grooms Your Pet

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Our pets often come back in the house with little tiny burrs in their fur and other small debris from plant life that sticks to their paws and tail. This popular Bamboo Rotating Comfort Comb easily removes tangles, dead hair and mats, even on your long-haired pets, cats included.

The comb has rotating tines to reduce the strain on the strands of your pet's fur with two types of stainless steel tines. The wide-spaced tines help remove tangles and knots and fine-spaced tines to handle small debris and help smooth out their coats. The comb is contoured and has a cushioned grip for comfort.

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January 16, 2012

SnuggleSafe Microwave Pet Heating Pad

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Winter has finally arrived. Be sure your pampered pet stays cozy with their very own SnuggleSafe Pet Heating Pad. It provides up to 12 hours of safe, soothing warmth with no electric wires for you to worry about.

The SnuggleSafe Heat Pad is about the size of a plate. Just place it inside your microwave about 6 minutes, depending upon your appliance's specifications. Use it year round for to ease the aches and pains of our senior pets and to comfort new puppies.

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Covers are sold separately.

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January 10, 2012

Kitty Fast Track Cat Toy Cures Cat Cabin Fever

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Cabin fever, anyone? We are stuck inside with Frank the Cat, and Frank is bored. Here is the purrfect solution! This Kitty Fast Track Cat Toy has six interchangeable tubes, each 7" long with 2 endcaps to contain one ball.

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Your cat will spend happy hours poking, pawing, and chasing the ball through the tube tracks. And nothing gets caught under the sofa for you to fish out on your hands and knees. The tube configurations are easily changed to give your cat a new toy every day.

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January 3, 2012

Time Marches On -- Caring for Your Aging Pets

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We are a youth-oriented society. The web is inundated with puppy and kitten "cuteness". But as the days turn to weeks, months and years, we find our attachment to our golden retriever twins only deepens. If you feel the same way about your aging pets, you know that a longer life also means our pets suffer more age-related conditions.

Amy D. Shojai is a nationally known authority on pet care and behavior, and the award-winning author of nearly two-dozen nonfiction pet books. Her Complete Care for Your Aging Dog and Complete Care for Your Aging Cat can help you turn back the clock and keep your senior cats and dogs vital, happy, and active throughout their golden years.

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What We Can Learn From Old Animals | NYTimes.com recently featured a touching slideshow (Isa Leshko thumbnail image above).

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January 2, 2012

Safely Turn Your Indoor Cat into An Outdoor Cat -- Train Your Cat to Walk on a Leash

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Ever wish your indoor cat could be an outdoor cat and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells while staying safe? According to Training a Cat to Walk on a Leash | NYTimes.com, more and more animal behaviorists, such as trainer Jackson Galaxy quoted below, are convinced that training and walking cats is not only possible, but good for the cat.

First equip yourself with a cat leash, such as this Come with me Kitty Harness to obtain gentle and comfortable control of your cat or kitten for your outdoor excursions. Next, follow these tips from Jackson Galaxy for training your cat on a leash:

1. Know your cat. If it doesn't mind being handled, is pretty confident and not easily spooked, it's probably a good candidate for leash training.

2. Get the right gear. It is not safe to walk cats on a traditional collars; if they escape up a tree, a breakaway collar will detach, while a standard collar can strangle them.

3. Hungry is good. Many cats respond to food treats, so start with a hungry cat. Cut treats into tiny pieces, because when a cat gets full, it will stop working. Only give the cat treats when you're doing the training, and limit the overall amount.

4. Start small. In the first session, place the harness on the cat with confidence, and fit it snugly but not tightly. The moment you've finished putting it on, give your cat a treat.

5. Set goals. Push the cat a little farther each day, by breaking up leash walking into small steps. When it walks around each new area with its tail up, it's ready for the next step.

6. Expect some setbacks. If the cat is afraid of something, try to redirect its attention to another area. If the cat completely freaks out, retreat to the previous area you were walking until it is confident again. Try not to pick up the cat, which erases its confidence.

7. Be careful if your neighborhood has lots of off-leash dogs; consider taking the cat to an area that's more protected.

Come with me Kitty Harness is available in many colors:

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January 1, 2012

Super Cool Pets Monthly Round Up December 2011

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Happy New Year! Here's a look back at the super cool gear we dug up this past December for our pets and the people they love. Follow us daily in 2012 on Facebook, Twitter and subscribe to our RSS feed. To receive our weekly email, sign up for our Newsletter.

Accessories and Supplies

Apparel for Pets

Bedding

Birds

Books & Media

Crates, Gates & Carriers

Customize Have It Your Way

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