Stuart Dahlquist, a 56-year-old bird enthusiast from Seattle, has been feeding and caring for this family of crows for nearly 4 years when one day they brought him a unique gift and then another one the very next day.
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For many pet parents across the country, their cats and dogs are like their family. And people will do almost anything for their family, even if they're small, fluffy, and can't speak - from shelling out thousands of dollars for health care to spending hours brushing them, cooking them meals, and even managing social media accounts dedicated to them. According to a survey by Rover.com of 1,000 U.S. pet owners, an incredible 95 % admit to buying Christmas gifts for their pets. Are you one of them? Via: Daily Mail
One part of the holidays that we don't really look forward to is wrapping holiday gifts. It's not that we don't enjoy the act of creating pretty presents, it's just that our cats just don't always make it easy for us to create those pretty presents. In other words, cats are always ready with "helping paws".Here are 13 times cats hinder our holiday gift-wrapping efforts. We are sure you can relate.
One more tip to remember- all that remains from the stress and hassle of Christmas is some piles of wrapping paper on the floor. But to a cat that is a whole play area that is ripe for exploring and attacking. So why don't you keep some and let the wrapping paper games begin?
Umbrellas and blankets and more, oh my! In this list, you will find 10 adorable cat and dog items available now, in our new shop! If you want to check out more purrfect items, head over to our shop here! All items you see will make a wonderful gift for any animal lover!
We always want to do what's best, or even the best thing for our pets. Getting the best products, best beds, best play times. But sometimes it's just never enough time. Sometimes time is taken from us. And so we make the time we have left with them, the best of their lives. That's exactly what one couple did for their best friend. This is her story...
"This is a photo series I shot back in August in Assateague, Maryland. My boyfriend Christian, and I took our three pups on an overnight stay at the beach. We dedicated the trip to our 11 year old American Staffordshire Terrier, Dyuki (Mr. Dukes). He was in his final stages of Grade III mast cell cancer at the time. His most favorite activity was swimming in our family pool, but until then, he had never seen the ocean. It was a very special trip for us, and I'm so grateful we were able to make it happen. He passed away a month later, but he put up one hell of a fight—almost two years."