Oct 162017
 
Global Cat Day 2017 - An Update on Chip & Slim, the Garden Center Cats

Hey guys. Wally here…along with Ernie. We’ve got something special to talk about today. It’s Global Cat Day…or what used to be called National Feral Cat Day. Alley Cat Allies, the group that started Feral Cat Day back in 2001, has changed the name to reflect what this day really means…engaging people WORLDWIDE and sharing [read more]

Oct 092017
 
Let's Give 'Em Something to Talk About

Hi everyone. It’s the Island Cat Mom here. Wally and Ernie always seem to have very interesting conversations. So what do you think they’re talking about in this picture? It definitely looks like one intense convo. Are they plotting something devious? Discussing political issues like gun control? Trash talking against each other? Here’s your chance [read more]

Oct 022017
 
Stay Warm and Cozy with the Petmate® Jackson Galaxy™ Kitty Zip Mat

Hi guys. Wally here…along with Ernie. Now that the weather has changed and the temperatures are getting cooler, we’ve been seeking out warm, cozy napping spots. You can never have enough of them…right, Ernie? You got that right, Wally. That’s why when we got the new Petmate® Jackson Galaxy™ Kitty Zip Mat to try out, [read more]

Sep 252017
 
Turn Off The Heat!

Hey guys. Wally here. What do 2 mancats do on a hot…and we mean hot…autumn day? Take a snooze, of course. Nothing much else to do…it’s too hot! Seems like someone forgot to tell Mother Nature that it’s fall now. I mean, we don’t want snow or anything like that…but 90 degrees? Nope…not at this [read more]

Aug 282017
 
Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day

Hi guys. Wally here. Today is the 3rd annual Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day…a day created by our friend Deb Barnes from The Chronicles of Zee and Zoey in memory of her special cat, Mr. Jazz. It’s a day where we remember and pay tribute to those furry loved ones that are no longer with us…who have gone to the [read more]

Aug 212017
 
Total Eclipse Day!

So today’s the day. Total Eclipse Day. The first time in 38 years that a total eclipse of the sun is happening in the US of A. Of course, there’s just a narrow band from South Carolina to Oregon where you can actually see the total eclipse. Here on the island…we’re only expected get around [read more]

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