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As a foster mom, rescue volunteer and proud mom to a number of four-legged family members, I’m always looking for ways to curb expenses without cutting quality or care. One way I do this is by getting a little creative about cat toys, often making them myself. Judging by a …

Puffy the Ant is looking for the perfect forever home! This six-legged cutie has been fully vetted, spayed, micro-microchipped, and is up to date on all vaccines. Puffy loves tunnels, marching, and picnics. We’re working on a few basic commands, but to be perfectly honest, Puffy is not all that …

iStockphoto Terry May and Susan Fritz founded Space Coast Kibble Kitchen in Brevard County, FL, to help families struggling with financial difficulties keep their pets. With help from Cynthia Koppler of the Bright Paws Pet Food Bank by Bright Star, they are working to make sure no local pets are …

As many pet parents know, keeping cats entertained and out of trouble can be a full-time job. House cats don’t spend their days doing what they’d do in the wild — hunting for food, searching for mates and protecting their territory — and often end up bored and looking for …

Photo (c) Dogfessions.com I’ve got some great tips on how to make your own pet toys, but first, a very exciting announcement: Rachael Ray’s Nutrish has pledged one pound of dog food to homeless pets for each card received on Dogfessions, Dogvice, Pugfessions/ Pugvice, and Bullyvice/ Bullyfessions! The goal is …

Photo (c) Dogfessions.com Studies show expense is one of the top five reasons people give up their pets to shelters. And these days, with the economy in such a bad state, pets are being hit hard. But there are lots of ways to fit Fido and Fluffy into the budget …

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