If you are a vegetarian, does that mean your pet must be as well? Should our own moral choices about not eating other animals be visited upon our dogs and cats? Do our pets have the right to eat other animals? Do we deprive our pets by making them
Upwards of 5,000 snake charmers with their snakes in hand, held a protest last Tuesday in Calcutta. Their purpose was to demand the right to once again have the legal opportunity to charm live cobras and other snakes for
I don't have pets anymore; I have children instead, and they generate even more of a carbon footprint than cats' carbon paw print. But back in the days when I was a cat-lover, I would have loved a hilarious and practical cat toy like Kit-A-Loons.
Now I will confess, there are a lot of ideas to love in this house, including the alternating tread stair and some terrific details, but for cats? We have shown a Stair of the Week for Cats before, but nothing as elaborate or over-the-top like this.
In his acceptance speech (video across the fold), Barack Obama promised his daughters, Malia and Sasha, a new puppy. Obama touched hearts across America and the world when he told the precious first progeny: "I love you both more
The October/November 2008 issue of Readymade has seven creative projects for the DIY'er who loves critters. And you don't have to rush out to your nearest newstand to get the 411 on these projects—the magazine has helpfully
After reports last year of "raccoon dog" fur being used and labeled as faux fur, the Humane Society came out with a few quick tests you can use to test whether any animals were hurt in production. First, look at the
Three of the Fastest Electric Cars
Now that's a nice family reunion. From left to right, the Tango (0 to 60 in around 4 seconds), the Tesla Roadster (0 to 60 mph in around 4 seconds), and the Wrightspeed X1 (0 to 60 in 3 seconds). What they have in
Pet Fashion Week may be a bit of a misnomer for the two-day pet-lifestyle trade show that took place in New York City over the weekend, but don't tell that to the dogs who roamed the floors of the sprawling exhibition space dressed to maim, if not to
Cleo, spokescat for the Environmental Working Group's Pets for the Environment offers a rundown on the pros and cons of various kitty litters on the market, as well as the dos and don'ts of poop disposal. (Be sure to watch
A reader complained about a statement in How to Green Your Pet, where we said "Pet breeders have only one goal in mind—to raise large quantities of purebred animals for profit" and went on to encourage adopting unwanted pets, (which you can do at
Bark for Peace! dog treats are more than wholesome, organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, corn-free snacks packaged in natural, biodegradable cellophane with labels printed on 100% PCW paper that are carbon-neutral shipped and delivered — they embody a
Dogs can be wonderful creatures, but they do tend to leave deposits, which in most places have to be picked up, usually in plastic bags, and then disposed of. It is often an unpleasant task; that is why we are so excited about Poop-freeze, the new way
We love product service systems, where you borrow or rent instead of own. On April Fools Day we showed Puppy The World, a PPS where one can rent a dog; Now we present Neko JaLaLa, or the Cat Café. You don't get to rent the cat, but you get to join them
Big Shrimpy's Whisker-Wide Bowl ($24) for fusspot felines is handcrafted in the United States using 100 percent recycled glass. It's defining feature? The bowl is shallow and wide enough to fit the entire width of your kitty's distinguished whiskers, so