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How to prepare a cat for winter

Days are getting colder and it is time again to prepare our furry friends who live outdoors for winter. All cats (whether they live outdoors or only go outside occasionally) need our greater attention in this season.

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Does a giant dog breed mean as large responsibility?

Our personal experience is what influences us most in our opinions. But if we don’t have it or can’t get it at least from a friend or family member, it is more difficult for us to imagine how living with a giant furry friend looks like. And if it comes with greater responsibility or higher care needs. My answer is: yes and no. I was lucky enough that we once got such a giant for our home, more specifically an Irish wolfhound. And it was the best decision we could do, no matter the sad fact related to the age this breed usually dies in. Giant breeds sometimes remind me more humans than dogs by their nature. They have…

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10 things you should have to keep your rodent happy

The best option for living of a small rodent are big aquariums, plastic boxes or cages. And I don’t mean big as high but rather with as big area as possible. Hamsters are naturally running creatures and need enough space. Max has a space of the dimensions of 100 x 50 x 50 cm and he’s very happy there.