Why Crazy Cat Ladies Are Not Crazy After All

Why Crazy Cat Ladies Are Not Crazy After All

3 Reasons Why Crazy Cat Ladies Aren’t So Crazy After All   There is a stigma that people have about cat ladies. That they are covered in cat fur all the time, never found the right man or simply are crazy hoarders in their homes. But the reality is that cat ladies are anything BUT crazy. In fact they’re just loving people who love their cats too! Here are 3 reasons cat ladies aren’t crazy… no matter what you’ve heard.   They Have High Standards. Despite what you may think about “crazy” cat ladies they aren’t living in piles of excrement with fur balls flying around them – drinking out of the milk carton. Actually, because they have such affection for their four-legged feline friends they are more inclined to have a higher standard when it comes to choosing safe products for them and their critters, taking care of their homes, their pets and our environment. Many cat ladies also know how to select natural items from sustainable sources and use minimal packaging to reduce their carbon footprint. You can thank them for that 😉   They Are Less Stressed. Cat owners are more chilled out than the rest of the population. With everybody running around trying to meet the requirements of a packed schedule, cat ladies are actually scientifically shown to have less stress and lower blood pressure rates – they also have a reduced risk of illnesses. They POL™  (purr out loud) and it shows!   They Save Lives. What gives cat ladies their infamous “crazy” name is that people think these women can’t stop at just one...
Kitty Cat Rescue – Why Beth and Howard Stern and Other Celebrities Do It and You Can Too!

Kitty Cat Rescue – Why Beth and Howard Stern and Other Celebrities Do It and You Can Too!

  Rescue a Pet and Save a Life! You don’t have to think far outside the litter box to know that animal welfare is good for your soul and for the pet population, but have you considered various ways you can help?  Cats make purrfect companions but sadly they end up in animal shelters when people don’t do their research, OR buy them as gifts, a big NO-NO according to animal advocats and celebrities like Beth Stern.  Rescuing from shelters is a grrrrreat thing, but pet gift-giving, not always. So why is this such a purrroblem?   Well for one, as cute and cuddly as they are, many people are ill-prepared to take on a new family member.  And that is exactly what they are, part of the family.  Pets require additional expenses, not too mention daily care; including feedings, love and playtime.  Neglect them like you would a child and you guessed it…all hell breaks loose.  In addition, kitten and puppy companions are a handful and can be exposed to dangerous wires, electronics, and more, not too mention get their purrrecious paws caught in doors, drawers and even have their tails injured if not careful.   They are not toys for small children and should be supervised initially.  We are not saying if you are an experienced pet owner that these things are always problematic, but in many cases, gifted pets end up in rescues because they were more then the recipient bargained for.  So please consider their little lives as fragile as that of a babies. What are some ways you can learn to care for current or future pets?...