The rise of more flexible work arrangements is nothing new, but it is a fact that COVID-19 has sped things up quite a bit. Working from home allows you to be more flexible and improves your work-life balance. It reduces the stress that comes with the time spent on an overcrowded metro or stuck in…Details
There is no evidence to suggest that any animal might be a source of COVID-19 infection at this time. However, because all animals can carry germs that can make people sick, it’s always a good idea to practice healthy habits around pets. How to stay healthy Wash your hands after handling animals, their food, waste,…Details
We all know the stereotype of the crazy cat lady is far from flattering however several of history’s most beautiful and successful women were devoted to their furry friends just like you and me. Read the story of four of history’s greatest cat ladies. Vivien Leigh Vivien Leigh, the English actress who starred in the…Details
Historically, there is a strong connection between women and cats. While cats, which were domesticated 10,000 years ago, are excellent natural hunters, they are also savvy enough to hang around where they will get fed. A mutually beneficial relationship developed. Cats, while social and playful, are more like the Simon Cowells of the animal world–getting…Details
1. First of all, define “cat lady.” Does one cat = cat lady? Two cats = cat lady? Does joking about being a cat lady à la sparkling, outgoing multimillionaire Taylor Swift automatically make one a cat lady? It is my personal belief that most female cat owners below the age of 40 fall into the…Details
1. If we had tails, we would use them to communicate the way cats do. Cats’ tails are so much more expressive than dogs’ tails. I love my dog, but there are only one or two different motions that tail makes. Cats … well, there’s the “I’m tolerating you, but I don’t really like it” swish.
According to some recent research, cats can get just as bonded to their human friends as dogs do. This may not come as a huge surprise to those who live with cat companions, but it suggests two important things. Firstly, it looks like we’ve underestimated the depth of the bond cats can form with their…Details
Rambo had a special bond with his owner and when the elderly man passed away, he suddenly fell sick, lost his appetite and refused to even drink any water. His condition worsened and he had to be hospitalised for a few days. Rambo was very dehydrated but otherwise physically healthy and his vitals were normal.…Details