So that the trick-or-trick season is over, how about we start the wintery mix off with the pitter-patter of cats? Specifically, a tour of cats? Catnip, Plushie Balls, and Q-Tips is going on a blog …
I typed away the early hours of morning kitties snoozing in study with me: Socks on top of my tattered chair snoring while Elsa in sunbeams, dreams free. It was sunrise while words spilled from …
Burnout sucks. Especially if you’re an overused, exhausted fountain bombarded by kitties all day. Good thing there’s a spreadsheet for that. Wait, what?? Find out the connection in today’s post, “Water Feature Burnout,” on MGSpear.com.
What is nirvana? It’s a cat sunning itself on a cat tree? And what can that teach us? Find out in today’s post, “Cat Tree Motivation,” on MGSpear.com.
Cat + automated feeder. Not too bad. Hangry cat + automated feeder—watched out world, you might not want to stop that train. Check out Elsa in “The Running for the Food,” on MGSpear.com.
Why should you let your animals win when you tease them with toys? Because karma is watching, and karma is an animal lover, which my husband found out the hard way. Check it out in today’s story, “Cat Karma,” on MGSpear.com.
Everyone sets their goals, but no one really talks about how to keep up with them. The momentum is there for the first week or so and then it’s like meh. So what should you do? Check out today’s article for some advice (and what my cat’s resolution is): “Sticking with Goals: The Secret Weapon,” on MGSpear.com.
A good time was had over the Thanksgiving holiday. But were the kitties satisfied? Find out what antics Elsa pulls to push her weight around on today’s post, “Don’t Mess with Rubber Bands,” on MGSpear.com.
Do your animals train you more than you train them? Do you find yourself falling for their tricks and giving up the good food? Or stopping for scritches when heading out the door? You might be more trained than you thought. Check out today’s post, “Cheese Sauce: The Other White Meat,” on MGSpear.com.
Halloween is just around the corner, and with it, creativity and awesomeness come out of the cracks. From decorations to books, to art to cat costumes, it is a great time of the year. Come gear up with me with today’s post, “Spooktacular Books, Art, and Chicken Shark Cats,” on MGSpear.com.