The biggest domestic cats in the world
The biggest domestic cats in the world are no less popular than their tiny relatives. Today's article is dedicated to these wonderful creatures. 1. Usher The largest exotic domestic cat…

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Children and Pets
Many parents, having the house allowed, with the birth of a newborn, or even during pregnancy begin to think about the security of their cohabitation. Some even get rid of…

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10 tips for successful travel with Pets by car

Ahead is a warm Indian summer and you probably still waiting for a family outing to the country or kebabs. We care and love to our younger brothers remember that these tips for transporting Pets in the car continue to be relevant and in that short warm period.

HOW TO TRANSPORT ANIMALS IN THE CAR

WATER AND FRESH AIR

Dogs and cats overheat very quickly in cars. Even in cool weather, the sun’s rays can heat the cabin. Drinking water and regular breaks to “walk under the Bush” a must for comfortable transporting animals in the car.

A PIECE OF HOME

Animals will survive the trip better if they are their usual subjects: home bedding, familiar food, and even preferably their home and not a camp bowl. Take care of the first aid kit for your pet, by doing this in a hurry is often neglected: “there is to go?”. Continue reading

Interesting facts about Siamese cats

Siamese cats, in addition to graceful appearance, are intelligent, playful and loyal Pets. This breed has many unique characteristics, and they are one of the most recognizable cats in the world, thanks to the exotic color and vigor. Siamese cats have a long body, beautiful almond-shaped blue eyes, large ears and wedge-shaped muzzle. They have a short silky coat with dark points – markings.

1. Siamese cat is an ancient breed

Like most cat breeds, the true origin of Siamese cats is shrouded in mystery. Some argue that these cats were the Pets of kings, while others believe that they were raised by Buddhist monks.

When members of the Royal family died, it was believed that the Siamese cat has received their soul. The cat was transferred to the temple, she and the rest of your life spent in luxury under the care of the monks.

Thai manuscript “Poems cat books” you can find the first description of cats with darker color on the extremities, made between the 14th and 18th centuries. This suggests that the Siamese cat is a very old breed, even if we don’t know where it came from. Continue reading

Interesting tips for dog owners

Helpful tips to simplify those or other problems affect many areas of life. Today we want to share with you some tricks that will make caring for your four-legged friends a little easier.

1. Slings for dogs. Many dog owners like to take their Pets everywhere. But what if you go, for example, in the store, and you simply will be busy hands. The USA designer Shannon beach has solved this problem by developing its own model of sling for dogs, it can be worn over the shoulder, but the hands would free. The model has slits for the feet and even the pillow under the head of the animal.

2. Storage of dog food . Keep food four-legged friend can be in different containers: plastic jars, empty boxes. However, some companies began to produce even special kitchen furniture with holes for the dog bowls. Original, isn’t it? Moreover, a quality host will be able to redo a Cabinet with drawers to fit your needs.

3. The cleaning of the teeth . Not every dog likes to be brush my teeth. Therefore, if experiments with the brush was not successful, apply toothpaste on the toy and give the pet to chew. Continue reading

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Types of pet birds: finches
Family estrildidae or vukovije weaverbirds belongs to the passerine. Birds of this family are small or medium size with a long calf not more than 17 cm and not weighing…

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