Pets, As Our Friends!
In most of the free world, people
have taken on domesticated and some not so domesticated animals as pets. Most
enrich our lives enormously with their love and affection. Many provide a degree
of security with their stealth and intelligence that no electronic gadget could hope
to attain. Others simply provide a warm and fuzzy companion that requires little
more than love, food, and provisions for simple primitive hygiene.
Those of us who have or have had pets know that
sometimes our pets are not always inclined to take advantage of our love,
food and provisions for hygiene. Particularly the food and hygiene parts.
Desire for people food or something special out of a can, can often make
our pets and their waste smell simply terrible. We have recently stumbled
across a product that actually makes your cat want to use the cat
box. It is a special cat litter called Cat Attract. There is lots of
information about this at the Precious Cat Litter web site
Then there is always the territorial issues, where one pet (often a new
member of the group) will decide that a particular part of the house or yard is
theirs exclusively. This often starts a war of very aromatic markings here
and there and often everywhere.
If you are having a territorial marking problem with cats, you might want to
check out the following web site:
Understanding Feline Marking Behaviors
For a more general cat web site that addresses feline behavioral
modification, check out:
If you know of a web site that addresses canine behavioral modification, I
would be very pleased to provide a link to it in this space. Please email
the link to me at: Comments.