Sentry 484243Sentry Calming Diffuser for Cats, 1.5-Ounce

Centerfold Stripper Midgets Chickens 36 2010 Shankbone Image by david_shankbone A troupe of little people in chicken suits flocked to McDonald’s in Times Square brandishing signs declaring, "I Am Not a Nugget!" The diminutive dancers from Centerfold Strips—which bills itself as the number one source for midget and dwarf strippers—made their entrance in a pink stretch Mini Cooper and pound ed the pavement in a choreographed musical protest against McDonald’s outdated and unkind slaughter practices. Chickens who are raised for McNuggets are killed using an old-fashioned method that causes millions of birds to have their wings broken and many to be scalded to death in defeathering tanks. Often the chickens are still conscious when they are sent, upside down, to the knife. A less cruel slaughter method—and one that is already used by McDonald’s European suppliers—is available, but the company refuses to require its U.S. suppliers to upgrade to it. "We hope our little protest calls attention to the big cruelty that McDonald’s inflicts on chickens every day," — PETA Senior Vice President Dan Mathews, who was on the scene. (David Shankbone) Sentry 484243Sentry Calming Diffuser for Cats, 1.5-Ounce Packaged in USA. Lasts up to 30 days. Lavender chamomile fragrance.

Is California's Drought Producing Friskier Cats — And More Abandoned Kittens?

1 cat Image by Boston Public Library File name: 08_06_018898 Title: 1 cat Creator/Contributor: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967 (photographer) Date created: 1934 – 1956 (approximate) Physical description: 1 negative : film, black & white ; 4 x 5 in. Genre: Film negatives Subject: Cats Notes: Title from information provided by Leslie Jones or the Boston Public Library on the negative or negative sleeve.; Date supplied by cataloger. Collection: Leslie Jones Collection Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department Rights: Copyright Leslie Jones. Preferred credit: Courtesy of the Boston Public Library, Leslie Jones Collection. Is California's Drought Producing Friskier Cats — And More Abandoned Kittens? Officials for Oakland's Animal Services, which has limited space and supplies, asked the public on Monday to donate time or money to help the more than 80 kittens that have shown up already. Jason Holley, a wildlife biologist for the California … Read more on International Business Times Stamford Animal Control Launches Pet Food Program to Help People-In-Need … As part of a program intended to stem the tide of pets surrendered to the shelter by owners who can't afford to keep them, SAC staff will now provide applications for the STARelief & Pet Assistance pet food pantry,

2nd chance for cats

2nd chance for cats Cat House On The Kings is opening its doors, to raise money, to keep saving lives. The non-profit is a no-kill, cage-free facility that gives cats a second chance at a forever home. This weekend's event will feature a silent auction with celebrity … Read more on Volunteering Opportunities: Week of May 4 Come volunteer at N.O.A.H., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit thrift store that benefits animals, from Miss Kitty's cat shelter to equine rescue to the Heritage Park Zoo. N.O.A.H., located a mile from the courthouse, needs volunteers for a three-hour time period … Read more on The Daily Courier With 'kitten season' in full swing, animal groups seek foster parents Cats' pregnancy cycles are tied to warmer temperatures, and, unlike dogs, they often have multiple litters annually, animal welfare advocates say. Cats can start having babies when they are as young as 4 months old. That means animal shelters and … Read more on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Kitten Shower Yields Loads of Supplies for Kitten Season Among the donations were bags and cans of kitten/cat food, litter, cat treats and toys and numerous other supplies in addition to more than $ 500 in gift cards and

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Pet Naturals Hip & Joint for Cats (45 count)

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Predation at bird feeders and the cats indoors campaign

Witnessing a predation is rare unless you spend a lot of time outdoors. To some it can be a shocking and violent occasion that is hard to forget; to others it appears as an interesting and wholly natural part of the cycle of life. To those interested in animal behavior, witnessing a predation provides an opportunity to learn. Devoted wild bird feeder watchers may see more predation events over a lifetime than anyone, except maybe for great white shark researchers in South Africa! It is commonly thought that hawks must be the most common predator of feeder birds. That makes perfect sense and in some localized cases it may even be true. The other common thought on the matter is that it must be the domestic cat. True enough, the American Bird Conservancy reports that cats kill some hundreds of millions of birds a year in just the United States. That is simply unimaginable, even more so when you learn that Felis domesitcus, the supreme backyard predator, also lets loose on more than a billion small mammals, like rabbits, chipmunks, voles and the like. Seems like a really unnecessary slaughter of mammoth proportions with a very logical and very simple

SENTRY Calming Collar for Cats , 3 Pack

SENTRY Calming Collar for Cats , 3 Pack Proven to modify behavioral problems in cats due to stress and fear Helps cats and kittens feel safe and secure One collar releases pheromones for up to 30 days Safe and effective Lavender chamomile fragrance US and International patents pending Good Behavior Pheromone Collar helps cats in fearful or stressful situations (separation anxiety, visitors, other household cats, loud noises, new baby, vet visits, traveling). Good Behavior Pheromone Collar provides a convenient alternative to diffusers which are limited for use in the confines of a designated room. How does it work? Good Behavior Pheromone Collar mimics the pheromone that the mother cat produces to calm and reassure her kittens. Cats recognize these pheromones throughout life. It mimics the natural way to help cats cope with new and fearful situations. Lavender Chamomile fragrance. List Price: $ 27.27 Price: Find More Cat Products Products