Cat Enrichment Fun for Adopt a Cat Month and Every Month!

Guest Blogger: Suzanne Denk, Animal Enrichment Specialist A cat’s quality of life can be easily improved with a variety of toys and activities which provide mental stimulation. Try the following easy activities with your cat: Blow bubbles Let your cat drink from the bathroom faucet Read a story to your cat Put a bird feeder…


The Only Bug You’ll Ever Need To Love – Bug The Cat!

Meet the only bug you will ever love!  Bug is a four-year-old cat who has been at Animal Friends since July 2013.  She was rescued during a Humane Investigation case involving an animal hoarder, which involved 25-40 animals living in unsanitary conditions. As a result of her previous living situation, Bug arrived at Animal Friends…


Just as Sweet as Her Name Suggests – Kit Kat!

Through no fault of her own, 11-year-old Kit Kat was returned to Animal Friends in August 2013.  She had been living happily in a busy home for ten years before a severe allergy, developed by a young member of her human family, necessitated Kit Kat’s relocation. Although Kit Kat arrived without any glaring behavioral issues,…


Fourth of July Pet Safety

Special thanks to Banfield Pet Hospital for this holiday themed blog. Keep your pets safe this holiday weekend! With July Fourth weekend just around the corner, many Americans have begun to plan their Independence Day festivities. Celebrations would not be complete without family, friends, outdoor fun and fireworks. While most of us love the colorful…


Make Peanut Butter Pup-sicles

The thermometer reads 98 degrees Fahrenheit, and your dog sprawls belly-down on the kitchen floor, panting. It’s supposed to be like this all week.  While you’re sucking down iced coffees, help your pooch beat the summer doldrums. These easy-to-make treats will keep her occupied (and cool!) How to make peanut butter pupsicles:Ingredients – 1 cup…