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29 Ways to Spoil Your Pet

by DFS-Pet-Blog on January 2, 2016

Pet owners will relate with many of these “tips” for spoiling your pet. No matter how we spoil our pets, it’ll all add up to happy, healthy pets!


Speaking from experience, Melissa offers tips for when you travel with a cat. Little things that ease air travel with pets.


From the moment I found out our photographer Alan and I were going to visit one of our new partner companies, Vetco, I was excited for the opportunity to observe veterinarians and technicians take care of pets in the new world of the mobile Vetco clinic.


CatIt Senses Activity Center engages all kitty’s prey-hunting senses, and keeps cats interested by giving them a variety of things to do.


The Unintentional Christmas Cat

by Claire H. on December 24, 2013

For awhile now I have been thinking about getting a cat. I weighed the pros and cons and decided that when the time was right it would happen. Learn about how Potatoe joined our family.

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I can’t believe we are already into having our new Bengal kitten for a whole month! Seems like Cosmo has been with us forever already. The dynamics between our adult cats and Cosmo continue to evolve day-by-day and it is quite entertaining. I find myself spending way too much time just watching the cats, to see what is going to happen next!


Things continue to progress well with introducing our new Bengal kitten to our other adult cats. It is taking longer for Cosmo to get settled in our home than it has with our other kitten-intros, but I suspect this is because of his breed, and his personality.


7th Day: Keeps getting better! First of all, we have a NAME! We have officially decided to name our new Bengal kitten COSMO. We finally were able to settle on one we both liked right away.


Things are really progressing well! Mr. Kitty was out and about all evening exploring and playing. There was still a lot of hissing going on by him, and our female cat, but slightly less than before and it continues to be only when they make direct eye contact.


We currently have three cats in our home: a 10-year-old black male, Kai; a 3-year-old Silver Ocicat female, Cirrhi; and a 3-year-old male Chocolate Ocicat, Ritter. We also have a 13-year-old Border Collie! After a loss of a pet earlier, we decided it was time to get a new kitten. We had always admired Bengals, […]

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