woman sitting down with two dogs and a cat

Note: This article’s statistics come from third-party sources and do not represent the opinions of this website. It’s no wonder that the US is home to more than 140 million pet owners—animals can bring so much life and joy into households. But which pets do Americans love most? We’ve uncovered some interesting facts about the… Read More

cat knocking and playing with carved wooden chess pieces on a chessboard

One thing cats are known for—even among non-cat owners—is the tendency to knock things off of tables, countertops, and shelves. This funny trait has made its way into movies, cartoons, and numerous internet videos, but does anyone know why? The answer is simple: because they want to. But there are more nuanced reasons that cats… Read More


Cats are notorious for concealing any illnesses or weaknesses they may have. It’s instinctive for them not to show their vulnerability. Instead, they’ll hide if things get worse. That’s different when your pet has a condition like hiccups. It’s an involuntary spasm of the diaphragm, so it’s not like they can stop it on command…. Read More


Every year, millions of unwanted cats and kittens are euthanized due to overpopulation. Our society and our beloved animals must rely on responsible pet owners who can make a difference. Having your cat sterilized has so many wonderful benefits. Not only do spaying and neutering prevent unwanted litters, but it can also help protect against… Read More

irish setter in mountains

Irish Setters are known for being energetic, enthusiastic, and very active. If you own one of these dogs you won’t be surprised to learn that they need exercise every day or else they may become quite restless. This often results in you finding the floors and furniture covered in their fur. They have awesome personalities,… Read More

austrian black and tan hound dog eating the grass

It’s not unusual to see your dog eating grass, but the causes for this behavior can vary. It may be that today’s dogs have inherited the tendency to nibble on greenery from their wild ancestors, as wild dogs exhibit the same behavior. As for other potential causes, there are a few ideas and study-backed theories… Read More