At the tip of each whisker there is a sensory organ called a proprioceptor. The proprioceptors send messages to the cat’s brain and nervous system. A cat’s whiskers are so sensitive that they can even register slight changes in air currents. Whiskers help a cat to navigate in narrow or dark areas.
Tamer Elsafy, the CEO of Flexcin International, spoke to Fox News Channel about the trend of more Americans adopting older pets as opposed to puppies and kittens. Flexcin, the makers of Flexpet has a program to help shelters across the country adopt out more senior pets. Elsafy spoke live on Fox News Channel about how […]
The loss of a pet is very difficult and may be even harder for children who don’t have a full understanding of death and may never have experienced it before. As a parent, you must be the judge of how much information your children can handle about death and the loss of their pet. Speak […]
Even if your rabbit is allowed the freedom of the house a cage is necessary as a nesting and comfort area. If your rabbit spends a great deal of time in the cage it should be as large as you can afford. A solid floor is best as wire floors can cause discomfort and injury […]