Adopting a pet may be one of the happiest moments of your life and you should really look at the possibilities. There are plenty of great animals waiting at hundreds of shelters throughout the country, and you do not have to pay a lot of money to add another member to your family. It is however necessary to understand what you are getting into when you decide to adopt a pet. That knowledge is not to discourage you; in fact it is so that you can be certain that you will have a great experience when bringing your new pet home.
Cat enjoying and experiencing snow for the first time!
Cat Fletcher getting a little confused because he thinks the snow is solid but ones he touches it, it disappears, and he keeps doing it every second for a long time! That looks cute!
Sharing a video on a cute and clever cat playing shell game!
Do you agree that cats are great listener?
You might have heard of or seen dog owners sending in their pedigree dogs to compete in various Dog Shows.
Now, cats and feline lovers alike are joining in the trend to enjoy an international cat pageant in Israel where paws and whiskers are the fashion.
“As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat.” - Ellen Perry Berkeley
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The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals takes in about 600 unwanted animals every month. This is made up of cats, dogs and rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters. Many of these animals had owners who gave them up because no one had the time to take care of them. Some of these pets were even abandoned on the street to fend for themselves.
You have heard of Yoga for sure, but have you heard of Doga?
An enterprising yoga instructor in Hong Kong introduces the “doga” to help our furry friends to better find their inner peace, keep fit and stay healthy. Doga has been popular in other pet loving countries like Japan and USA for some time now.
Suzette Ackermann, originally “just a dance and yoga” instructor from South Africa introduces doga to Hong Kong about a year ago. Although she has been doing yoga with “Snowball” at home for some time, she was instigated by her Japanese groomer to start her doga classes.
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Well, for those of you who read our Tip of the Week: Fat Dog or Fit Dog, this may just be what Singapore dogs need. Now the question is: Do we have a yoga instructor in Singapore up to the task of bringing doga to Singapore? Continue reading