Why Not Work From Home Forever?

Today’s story is part two…

America Needs to Get Back To Work

This story was penned by Wall Street Journal sports writer Jason Gay…

Memorial Day Pet Tips

Happy Memorial Day! With summer finally here, now is a good time to share some pet safety tips…

In Memoriam

One of the most challenging parts of being a pet care professional is that fact that you will eventually be faced with having to say goodbye to a cherished and beloved companion animal. You might think…

10 Ways to Calm Your Cat

Cats can be an enigma of intelligence, sensitivity and perceptiveness. It is such traits that make them endearing and lovable pets. Cats are also very much creatures of habit and to a certain extent, even routine. Cats can also become stressed and/or scared by a wide variety of things…

Christmas Cheer

And now some words from my friends…

Giving Your Cat Pills

Administering pills to your feline companion animal is one of the most challenging tasks a pet owner can face. It is one of the most challenging things a pet sitter can face as well.

The Power of Meow!

Cats rarely meow when communicating with one another. Although felines talk to other felines utilizing body language, scent marking, purrs, chirps, hisses and growls, meows are pretty much reserved for communicating with people.

Cat Yoga?

Cat yoga. I know, it sounds like a joke. How can cats do yoga? Well, it’s not really cat yoga but rather yoga with cats.

Five Pillars of Cat Happiness

What is normal cat behavior relative to our relationship with them as companion animals? How can we enrich the environment in which we cohabitate to make and keep them happier as well as deter them from exhibiting negative behaviors? An unhappy kitty makes for an unhappy family.