Evan is, of course, king of the open doors.
He keeps an eye on the neighborhood. Nothing gets past him.
Those squirrels, those birds, those neighbor kids running amok, he keeps tabs on them all. What would this neighborhood do without watchmancat Evan?
Are any of our furiends out there having themselves some nice Spring weather? We sure hope so!
Our Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:
Kitties sure do love cat trees. These indoor trees allow cats to employ their natural instinct to climb and scratch, and cat trees by windows allow our kitties to gaze out at the wildlife. That being said, cat trees are not always the most affordable pet product. To save money, consider upcycling items to create your own cat tree. You can even use a tree stump as a base for a cat tree, with additional tree limbs securely attached as perches or scratching posts. After all, in the wild, cats use trees to scratch and sharpen those claws of theirs. Then again, you can also use other scrap wood or unused shelving units to build makeshift cat trees, just as long as all is securely attached. And don't forget that sisal rope can be your friend as well, as it makes a great scratching material. Upcycling sure can be great, even for your kitty!