Here’s a fun and easy Dr. Strange cat costume DIY, for when your pet wants to get in on the cosplay fun. Continue reading
If you have pets, you may have a flea problem. Instead of reaching for toxic flea killers, try a few of the more natural home remedies for fleas. Continue reading
No, it’s not Spock the vulcan, it’s Spock the big-eared cat named after the vulcan. Spock is the little kitten I rescued over the summer. He’s gotten much bigger since then, but he still has very much the energy of a kitten. As such, he tends to get into mischief.
This year was his first Christmas, and to his delight, he thought that we had provided the Christmas Tree just for his personal amusement. He spent most of the holiday season running up and down the tree continuously, trying to pulling off all the paper cranes that were decorating it. He actually succeeded in completely pulling the tree over three times this season.
This was just some video I shot of him in the decor, to the tune of Silent Night. Most pet owners can probably relate. Hope you enjoy.
This is a slideshow of the 220 pumpkins my brother, sister, and I used to carve for our annual end of the harvest Pumpkin Fest; everything from witches and skeletons to Lord of the Rings and Jimi Hendrix. We’d also go crazy decorating our house with anything we’d seen in a magazine. (Yes, we were kind of insane back then). Unfortunately everybody in the family got busy and we had to stop having the Pumpkin Fests due to lack of time. It sure was fun though.
Originally published October 18th, 2012 by Amber Reifsteck
There aren’t too many cats that don’t love the smell of catnip. It’s basically like a feline drug that makes even older cats seem like they’re crazy high. I usually have a lot of excess material lying around from old sewing projects, and usually extra peices of small quilt batting which are much too tiny to be used for anything else. Catnip sachets get two birds with one stone; they’re a quick and easy way to recycle my extra material and batting, and they make my cat love me even more (or maybe that’s just the catnip talking). I’ve also heard that catnip is good for insomnia. So if you don’t have a cat, make one for yourself to put under your pillow. (If you start meowing, you’ll know you’ve gone too far!)