Snoods for dogs: protection from grass seeds that could end up costing a fortune in veterinary bills to remove from your dog. These snoods are light, comfortable and stylish.
Daisy & Ruby showing off their snoods
A padded front or back car seat that keeps your dog safe and secure.
NO MORE HEAVY LIFTING FOR CAT OWNERS!
Available from Amazon. Price £27.54 as at May 2018. Sold by Dominiti-Shop.
* Ideal for small dogs and cats. It has an expandable handle and offers good grip. It also has two double rollers to secure the trolley over the streets.
* Two adjustable straps on the back allow the trolley to be used as a backpack.
* There are two pockets on either side for treats, dog waste bags etc.
* Dimensions of trolley without handles: 33 x 24 x 57 cm.
Peacock feathers make brilliant cat toys – available at Amazon.co.uk
“Where’s our dinner?”
This gorgeous kitty is boarding with me this week and Im going to miss him terribly when he goes home – even though he climbs up my curtains!!
Rescuing Daphnee from the roof by precariously standing on a wheelie bin. Every day a new adventure!
The latest in cat collars – they now have safety-release clips, and are also reflective. See example below from Pets At Home. Only costs £4.00
N.B. Make sure you can comfortably fit two fingers between the collar and your cat’s neck.
“The Reflective Eyes Cat Collar by Pets at Home has been designed for your cat’s safety with an adorable look that is sure to get your cat noticed.
Made with a safety release feature, the Reflective Cat Face Cat Collar by Pets at Home will snap or stretch if it gets caught on something allowing your cat to break free.
The Reflective Cat Face Cat Collar by Pets at Home is made from a tough yet gentle nylon; with a tasteful reflective eyes print and bell, which will help to keep your cat seen, safe and secure.
Approximate Dimensions: H32 x W1 x D1cm”
Meet Buttons: The cat who prefers hanging out at Watford Vue Cinema rather than his home…. and he’s not even interested in the food! Just sits in or outside the foyer while cinema-goers pass by, giving him a stroke every now and then.