What’s up with these two loungers? Caption This!
AnimalKind, Inc. needs help to care for cats left homeless as victims of Hurricane Irene.
We’ve just discovered a fun treat from The Honest Kitchen that cools our hot dogs off from the inside out … and we want to share it with you.
If animals could speak our language, what would they say? Now we know.
Yesterday marked the day we adopted two kittens, Jackson and Jed (then named Sunshine and Red), from a very special rescue cattery, AnimalKind, Inc.
These cats are stars who love dancing with straws. Let’s change Dancing with the Stars to Straws, and root for some non-partisan talent.
As Thanksgiving draws near, a plethora of roasted, steaming, savory and sweet-smelling foods typically comes to mind – unless your cat has an explosive reaction to canned turkey.
Our snoozing, cuddling cats and yawning, stretching dogs prove, once again, that naps can be an exciting seasonal adventure.
A TEDTalk called “Keep Going Until We Stop” by Scott Stratten made it all ring clear. It’s time to stop, to be there, to spend time, to appreciate the smallest gems – like cats find 37 ways to love bubble wrap.
It is with heavy heart that I present the final Litter Kwitter training report from this household.
As a child, I feared creatures lurking in dark shadows. Today I turn 40. Not much has changed … but I know this to be true. Gremlins are real.
After my cats’ latest adventure, I can’t help but recall The Fly (1986) and it’s famous line “Be afraid. Be very afraid.”
Da Bird is the best cat toy ever for our pair of highly energetic 1-year-olds.
Our cats will be published in issue 46 (Nov/Dec) of FIDO Friendly Magazine!
Enter to win a Litter Kwitter and join me in the 8 week Litter Kwitter Challenge to rid ourselves of cat litter for good!
Welcome to the party! Today begins the month-long celebration of our fraternal twin cats’ first birthdays with many fun things in store.
We, as the parental units to cats, know several behavioral issues that should make life easier, if we use that knowledge wisely. So, why this?
Here at This One Wild Life, I slave all day over a hot laptop. And what are my actors up to? This lazy lot had better not ask for a pay raise.
Have you ever found that perfect toy, the one that all the animals enjoy – including those of the human variety? Well, I’ve got one.
My cats, Jackson and Jed, sleep on me while I work unless they find something more interesting to do. “Interesting” typically means “trouble.”
We have 7 animals in this house and, as you can imagine, it’s a lot like the Waltons with rounds of “Goodnight John Boy” and “Good Morning, MaryEllen.” Unlike scripted television, we don’t always get the names right. Other times, it’s exactly like televison. We make things up entirely.
This morning, my husband grumbled under his breath as he entered the bathroom. There was toilet paper everywhere! “Kittehs!”
R.O.A.R. stands for Rescue Owners Are Rockin. The squad is being assembled by Shauna Stewart from Fido and Wino, a blog for fine dogs and wine.
As I type, something in the wall is yelling at me. I suspect squirrels.
Like an episode of Seinfeld, nothing monumental happens with the cat or the bucket in this video, but it’s fun to watch all the same.
National Hairball Awareness Day… Yes, there is such a thing, but when and why?
What isn’t a toy with curious kittens? For our 6 month old cats, everything, and I mean everything, is a game in their exploration of the world.
While our hound dog has finally retired his pillow shredding habbits, his kittens practice up to carry on the torch.
As our teenage cats discover the dog door, we must grapple with the needs of indoor/outdoor cats.
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