These are some photos of the late Spider, who passed away on 2nd September 2017, that I never got the chance to post. I also still have a backlog of videos that I have not yet had time to edit … Continue reading →
As you can imagine, the last few days have been hell for me, after losing my beautiful furbaby Spider to cancer last Saturday. The kind support from so many people on Instagram has been overwhelming and amazing, and Doug who … Continue reading →
Since I took these photos a few months ago, I have actually got a few more new cat jewellery items!
Loooook! Lugosi, Spider, Ruby and Janelle were featured in this beautiful video! Now all we gotta do is move to Ireland and get that job! 🙂 DREAM JOB ALERT!!!!! My babies were featured in this gorgeous little video ad! … Continue reading →
Last year during a trip to Israel, I spent a day at the JSPCA Shelter just outside of Jerusalem, and was amazed how hard the volunteers all worked there to help care for all the homeless animals. Recently, they have … Continue reading →
We are proud to be Instagram furriends with this amazing ginger and white tom called City. He and his mom, Lori, have been tirelessly campaigning and fighting against the outdated and barbaric procedure of declawing. I’m so excited! @redandhowling has … Continue reading →
**Warning: Cat lovers / parents may find the video below distressing.** However, I post this here to increase awareness of the rather common, but not well known feline condition called Feline Hyperesthesia, otherwise known as “rippling skin disease”. When Ruby … Continue reading →
Someone has been listening to the many voices of pet owners here in Lanzarote, and we now finally have a crematorium for our furbabies! I know this is quite a sad subject, but an important one too. I for one, … Continue reading →
I absolutely love this! 😀 For more of Bruce’s hilarious cat and dog cartoons, go and visit his website or Facebook page.
I recently got the chance to test out the Tabcat Cat Tracker. Have you ever struggled to find your cat inside your house or around the garden or in the street, especially when it’s time to take them to the … Continue reading →