Have you thought about what your cat house are made of? Consider what goes into the manufacturing of most cat houses. Each cat house is made out of many different materials – one cat house alone can be made out of twenty different materials! Not only are these synthetic materials damaging to the environment, but the process of manufacturing them becomes very complex. Cat house manufacturing plants have a negative impact on the environment – not to mention all the synthetic materials that sit around in landfills after the cat house are use. Too many people just blindly consume these environmentally toxic products without thinking about the impact that it will have on our earth. What we use does matter, and it is possible to find products that not only look good but also help protect our earth!
Our felted wool cat house – bed are ecofriendly. All our products are made of natural, sustainable materials. The felt used for our cat house – bed is made from wool – an ecological alternative to the synthetic materials that make up the majority of other manufactured today. In addition, our wool cat house – bed are handmade – not manufactured in factories that produce more waste for our environment.
Felted wool is not only ecofriendly, but the look and feel of felted wool cat house – bed is a great fashion statement. The wool is felted by hand, so each piece is carefully crafted and unique. Such attention to detail produces a high quality product that compliments every style. The variety of colors available is due to natural, eco-friendly dyes. Find the perfect match for your loved cat, and rest in the knowledge that the materials and dyes are healthy and safe for the environment.
If you are trying to make positive changes in the types of products and materials that you purchase, a felted wool cat house is a step in the right direction. With so many large companies depleting clean water supplies and sending large amounts of pollution into the environment, why not take action by purchasing quality cat house made out of eco-friendly, sustainable materials? Cat house – bed can be both fashionable and environmentally friendly – don’t be a blind consumer, make choices that are beneficial for your loved cat, your style and the earth!
Sturdi Products is having a SALE!
25% off on Grooming Stations, skirts and Show Shelter Double with Clear View Vinyl Windows: This portable pop-up requires no assembly and features a center zipper divider that will allow it to be used as a one or two compartment shelter. The Show Shelter is our most popular mid-sized portable pop-up shelter. Shop now for best selection at these unbeatable prices!
When her 12-year-old cat needed an antibiotic a year ago, Karen Sable went, of all places, to a grocery store. The Munhall, Pa., resident picked up Colby’s prescription at a Giant Eagle pharmacy for no charge — it was one of the grocer’s free antibiotics — and the ailing kitty unwittingly joined a marketing revolution.
Pet medications, once the domain of veterinarians, are increasingly available at grocers, chain pharmacies, specialty pet stores and retailers such as Wal-Mart and Target, all of which are finding the $7.6 billion-a-year pet-med market to be the cat’s meow.
Cat cafés are making the headlines for 2014. In Spain, London, California, Oakland and even in Los Angeles, cat cafés are becoming a famous enterprise.
The Gatoreca, Spain’s first cat café, celebrated International Cat Day on Feb. 20 calling the festival FESTIMIAU! According to globalpost.com, showing the friendly, loyal and loving side of felines is one of the festival’s goals. Read More
Check out TICA in this Infographic Top 100 Pet Blogs To Follow In 2013!
An infographic by the team at CouponAudit
Come and give some love to Merlin in person at this year’s AKC Meet the Breeds co-hosted by TICA on October 20 and 21 at the Javits Center in NYC.
Tickets are on sale now at www.MeetTheBreeds.com. Use promo code MEET ME and receive $2 off each ticket purchased.
Merlin is dubbed “the best hugger” and lives in West Monroe, LA. Visit Merlin at Meet the Breeds and find out for yourself if he’s the best hugger in town!
Cats are already “taking over New York City” with Meet the Breeds less than two weeks away! Over fifty breeds of cats will be on hand for cat lovers to meet in person. Even some breeds like the Bengal and Havana that they may have only seen in photos or on TV.
Meet the Breeds co-hosted by the American Kennel Club (AKC) will also have dogs from every breed represented at the two-day event on October 20-21 in New York City.
Buy your tickets online at www.meetthebreeds.com
From Carmen Miranda to Captain Cat, don’t miss seeing fashionable felines strut their stuff on the TICA Main Stage Catwalk at Meet the Breeds. The fashions of Carla Reiss’ Meow Wear Custom will be worn by cats of all colors and sizes, when they walk the catwalk sponsored by Sturdi Products during the 2012 Meow Wear Kitty CATure Fashion Show
Fashion shows will be held on Saturday October 20 and Sunday October 21 from noon – 1:30pm both days. This year’s show will be bigger than last year’s show at Meet the Breeds that you can watch at http://meetthebreeds.wordpress.com/2012/10/04/cat-fashions-through-the-years/ and vote on your favorite fashion-forward kitty!
Meow Wear offers a large selection of fully adjustable collars, sweaters, coats, and dresses. All Meow Wear is custom made and built for quality and most of the clothing can be worn by small dogs as well.
Cat folks need a laugh once in a while when their kitty decides to shred a chair arm or drink your milk you forgot was on the table.
So what better way to do it but have a fresh “Ten Cats” comic strip delivered daily to your inbox!
To sign up go to www.GoComics.com/ten-cats Fun! Free! All-Feline!
TICA Kitty gives 10 toes up!
Totem Cat, Spirit of the Northwest, invites you to the 2013 Annual Awards Banquet and International Cat Show where you can celebrate with friends and find your own spirit animal for you and your cats!
Next year’s event hosted by the Northwest Consortium will be held in Bellevue, Washington on August 31 through September 1.
Mark your calendars….and if you want to learn about the Totem Cat before you come to Washington, click here.