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January 13, 2010

Think Outside the Box -- Toilet Train Your Cat with Litter Kwitter

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Like most of us you probably have an indoor cat who must do his business indoors, even though it runs against the feline natural instinct.

Think outside the box, collect your patience and say goodbye to litter. Litter Kwitter will enable you to train your cat in 3 easy steps in 8 weeks or less.

The Wall Street Journal has a short discussion of cat toilet training methodology, pros and cons, including other products such as the CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit and Feline Evolution CatSeat Cat Toilet Training Seat.

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January 12, 2010

How to Pay Those Skyrocketing Pet Bills -- Pet Insurance Resources

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We don't begrudge anyone the right to make a living, but vet bills sure mount up very quickly these days. Office fees, lab fees, x-rays, dental care, surgery, vaccinations--we are talking hundreds if not thousands per visit.

And, sad to say, the line between medical care and salesmanship is starting to look a little blurry. Do you know how or even if you would cover your pet's veterinary bills if they become seriously ill or need surgery?

Currently, around a million U.S. pets are insured, according to the North American Pet Health Insurance Association. The Wall Street Journal recently ran an excellent overview of pet insurance, making the following points:

Consumers need to be careful, since many pet policies can be as confusing as coverage you buy for yourself.

Pet insurance often places strict limits on how much it will pay for particular procedures.

And policies can have tricky designs that can leave consumers with big out-of-pocket bills for their animals.

Premiums vary from around $10 a month to $75 a month, depending on factors including the richness of the plan, your location and your animal's breed and age.

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Cat and Dog Clocks

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For true pet lovers, these Cat and Dog Clocks announce the hour with a bark or meow.

On the dog clock, the hours are represented by the Labrador Retriever at noon, followed by the Yorkshire Terrier, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Beagle, Boxer, Dachshund, Bulldog, Poodle, Shih Tzu, Miniature Schnauzer, and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

The cat clock includes the Persian, Birman, Siamese, Ragdoll, Norwegian Forest Cat, Abyssinian, Maine Coon, Exotic, Oriental, Sphynx, Burmese, and American Shorthair.

Just so you aren't counting dogs and cats all night, a built-in light sensor detects darkness, disabling the sound. Great gift--who doesn't need a wall clock?

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January 11, 2010

Mint Automatic Cleaner Dusts and Mops Your Floors Without You

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Pets certainly make for dirty floors and a lot of hard work cleaning them. Soon you will be able to upgrade your Swiffer Sweeper and relax. The new Mint Floor Cleaner automatically dusts and mops hard-surface flooring using Swiffer Sweeper Cloths.

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Mint will pick up the dust and dirt that collects along the edges of walls, with sensors to avoid area rugs and carpeting. Mint can also detect drop off hazards like stairs.



The Mint will be available in retail outfits this coming fall for under $250. Click for more detailed information.

via DVICE

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Richell Tiny Tot Pet Caddy -- Affordable 2-in-1 Small Pet Carrier

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The Richell Tiny Tot Pet Caddy has a contemporary 2-in-1 design -- it converts from pet caddy to pet bed in seconds. Features include a tinted, top-latched door for easy access, a comfy cushion and a ventilated hood for safety.
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Feed your vehicle seatbelt through the safety hook to hold the caddy securely in place during travel. Lightweight, durable and easy to clean, this is an excellent affordable small pet carrier.
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via Modern Cat

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January 8, 2010

Anywhere and Everywhere is a Bed to Your Cat

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Our kitties love their warm and cozy Cat Beds but truth be known, they can sleep anywhere...even on top of the dog.

Speaking of which, this is a timely reminder to bang on the hood of our cars before firing them up. Never know who may be curled up inside.

More adorable photos can be found at all4yourfun.

via Animal Planet

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Petmate Portable Pet Home

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The lightweight Petmate Portable Pet Home quickly packs away into its carry bag for transporting your pet.The Pet Home comes with a comfortable bed, ventilation panels and pockets for all your pet gear and personal stuff.

In six sizes to fit pets from 8 to 35 inches tall. Petmate Portable Pet Home

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January 5, 2010

New Product -- Out of Sight Litter Box

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The Out of Sight Litter Box is a self-contained litter box cabinet designed by Paul Pettys who lives in Rock Hill near one of our favorite cities, Charlotte NC. The litter box's design and function earned Mr. Pettys a 2009 Editor's Choice Award from Cat Fancy Magazine last month.

The litter box resembles an end table. No more bending or kneeling to clean. The litter pan is located off the floor, so just open the top lid and scoop. The attractive cabinet hides the litter and helps stop the tracking. No more doggy access either.

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via Charlotte Observer

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January 1, 2010

Super Cool Pets Monthly Round Up -- December 2009

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Thank you for reading Super Cool Pets in 2009. Please stop by often in 2010, as we continue our quest to improve the lives of the pets we love. Have you hugged your pet today?

We had a super cool holiday season this past December, and we take a look back at all the pet gear we dug up. But first, "Tak a cup of kindness for auld lang syne":



Accessories and Supplies

Apparel for Pet Lovers

Apparel for Pets

Behavior

Birds

Books & Media

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December 31, 2009

ProQuiet Calming Supplement for Cats and Dogs -- Happy New Year for Pets

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New Year's Eve celebrations can be fun for people, but many pets suffer from "noise phobia". Fireworks, shouting and loud music can be stressful for your pets and create anxiety. Some pets are fearful of traveling in vehicles.

ProQuiet Calming Supplement for Cats and Dogs is a safe and gentle L-tryptophan formula that is helpful for maintaining a healthy nervous system and mental attitude in dogs and cats. It's recommended for daily use or as needed in stressful situations such as travel, holidays.

Crating often provides security and protection against a pet spooking and running away.

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