Archive for the ‘Pets’ Category

Our Amazing Discount Offer on Pet Goodies!

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

best cat box

If you have a cat or dog  then you better perk up your ears (or eyeballs) right now! We are being offered an exclusive offer on She’s Smart. For $99.99 you can get 1 ScoopFree self-cleaning litter box, 1 FroliCat BOLT, & FREE shipping on top of that. It’s amazing as a deal because the Bolt is $20.00, and  the ScoopFree Self-Cleaning Litter Box is $139.95. I may not be a math genius…but I know that THIS means you’re saving tons o’ money if you get them both in this deal.

ScoopFree® Self-Cleaning Litter Box is the only litter box that you can leave alone for weeks at a time. ScoopFree uses disposable litter trays to provide unbeatable odor control & hassle-free convenience. Simply throw away the disposable tray every few weeks & replace it with a new one. Give the Gift of Never Having to Scoop Litter Again! (Trust me, that’s a fabulous gift!)

FroliCat™ BOLT™ is the award winning interactive laser toy that provides hours of fun for you & your feline friend. Simply hold BOLT in your hand or place it on a flat surface, ... Read More

Smart Cat Facts to Utilize as a Saavy Cat Owner

Sunday, December 13th, 2009

shopcat captivated

I’m not just someone who “owns” a cat (no one can “own” a cat but that’s another discussion), I’m someone who loves animals (especially cats). Because of this, I’m never content to just do the basics. I like to do research like the nerd I am. I get excited about new ways to engage Shopcat (again, I’m a nerd). And when I saw this cool comic from The Oatmeal about cat facts, I was inspired to write this post.

Amazing Hearing

I’d always assumed that dogs could hear better than cats, because that’s what people always say. But my research says that cats hear better because their inner-ears are more evolved than a dogs.  Cats can actually hear higher frequencies than a dog can. When Shopcat pretends not to hear me, she’s just ignoring me! A cats’ hearing stops at 65 kilohertz and a humans’ stops at 20. I may not know much about kilohertz’s, but the numbers give me a pretty good idea about the sensitivity of a cats ears vs. mine.

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Shopcat Openly Defies My Shopping Efforts!

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

shopcat 4

Do you guys remember when I was talking about shopcats’s problem with scratching new furniture? I bought her a new scratch box, but all she wants to do is lick it. And now I have PHOTOGRAPHIC PROOF!

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