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Girl with Kitten Rubber Stamp - $9.00

Girl with kitten Rubber Stamp WM 3.2x2.25"
Solid maple
Deep etched
Girl with Kitten Rubber Stamp - $9.00

Hand Cast Stone HAPPY FAT Kitten CAT Garden SCULPTURE - $64.95

Here's one smart looking cat for your garden or for a perfect door stop
Hand Cast Stone HAPPY FAT Kitten CAT Garden SCULPTURE - $64.95

Chicken Soup for the Kitten Lover's Soul Kitten Formula - $29.00

Fresh Ingredients, A Pure, Clean Taste and Healthy, Wholesome Nutrition. Only the Best for Your Pet. Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover's SoulTM brand dog and cat food is proud to bring your pet a complete and balanced all natural pet food
Chicken Soup for the Kitten Lover's Soul Kitten Formula - $29.00

Cats Kittens Shower Curtain Hooks - set of 12 - $8.99

Cats - Shower Curtain Hooks
Set of 12 hooks
Hand painted
Matching shower curtain available
Cats Kittens Shower Curtain Hooks - set of 12 - $8.99

Two Kittens - Light Switch Cover - single toggle switch - $11.75

Two Kittens Light Switch Cover is new and handcrafted utilizing unique process resulting in a stunning high gloss ceramic-like finish. SET OF MATCHING SCREWS IS INCLUDED giving it a perfect finishing touch. Made of durable metal material.
Two Kittens - Light Switch Cover - single toggle switch - $11.75

Barn CATS Kittens Decorative Wood Wall Clock - $25.00

Has easy wall mounting
Measures approximately 11.5" in diameter
Provides accurate quartz movement
Requires (1) AA battery - not included
Made in the U.S.A.
Barn CATS Kittens Decorative Wood Wall Clock  - $25.00

Authentic Ohm Hugging Kittens Hug Cats Sterling Silver Bead Charm - $19.99

Compatible with the most popular bracelet brands!
Made of .925 Sterling Silver
Interchangeable European Charm Bead
Measures approximately 7.5 mm x 10.5 mm x 12 mm
Authentic Ohm Jewelry
Authentic Ohm Hugging Kittens Hug Cats Sterling Silver Bead Charm  - $19.99

Bergan Turbo Track Cat Toy - $15.15

Hours of interactive entertainment for you and your cats
Each piece twist-locks to another for endless possibilities
Encourages exercise for a happy, healthy cat
Includes ball that rolls in circular track
The only limit is your imagination Bergan Turbo Track Cat Toy - $15.15

SmartCat 3833 Peek-a-Prize Pet Toy Box - $21.51

Heavy-duty wood toy box to hide toys inside
Keeps curious cats mentally and physically sharp
Works with almost any appropriately sized toy or catnip
Encourages cats¿ natural predatory behavior
Rotate toys for extra fun
SmartCat 3833 Peek-a-Prize Pet Toy Box - $21.51

Petmate Deluxe Fresh Flow Pet Fountain - $27.00

Pet fountain for multiple-cat households or small dogs
Provides stream of naturally cool and oxygenated water
Translucent 50-ounce reservoir; replaceable charcoal filter
Flow-control lever; ultra quiet; made of easy-to-clean plastic
Measures 13-1/2 by 9 by 7 inches Petmate Deluxe Fresh Flow Pet Fountain - $27.00

Contech StayAway Motion-Activated Pet Deterrent - $29.63

Humane method of keeping pets away from certain areas of your home
Uses high-pitched sound and air burst
Detects motion from up to 3 feet away
Odorless and completely safe
Requires 4 AAA batteries (sold separately) Contech StayAway Motion-Activated Pet Deterrent - $29.63

Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box - $32.72

Large litter box self cleans by rolling to the right and back again
Waste collects in the pullout tray for quick, easy disposal
Effectively controls dust and contains odors
Ideal for big cats or multiple-cat households
Measures 19-1/2 by 22 by 20 inches Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box - $32.72

Tattle Tale - Vibration Pet Trainer - $25.95

PET TRAINING - Keeps Pets off Furniture, Counter Tops etc
SAFETY AND SECURITY
Distinct - 3 second alarm
Assits with Behavorial problems in the home Tattle Tale - Vibration Pet Trainer - $25.95

Video Catnip -- DVD - $10.48

keep your cat or kitten amused for hours
Birds, fish, mice, and more
My cats love this DVD
Video Catnip -- DVD - $10.48

Wilton Kitty Cat Kitten Cake Pan - $19.49

Contoured cake pan featuring Kitty Cat.
Crafted of quality aluminum for even heat distribution & long-lasting durability.
Realistic detailing is instantly recognizable...perfect for any party.
This large pan uses any two-layer cake mix.
Baking instructions included.
Wilton Kitty Cat Kitten Cake Pan  - $19.49

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Sell homemade cat litter box deodorizers as a fundraiser for your Cat shelter

We sell these easy to make cat litter box deodorizers to raise money for our cat rescue.

What you will need to make cat litter box deodorizers:
1 large box of Baking Soda - Buy it in the Baking section of your food store
1 box or bag of Plaster of Pairs - Buy it in the paint section of Wal-mart
Several ice tray molds - We get ours at the dollar store - 3 trays for a buck
A mixing bucket, a spoon, and a ladle or a water pitcher - Dollar Store action

How to make litter box deodorizers:
Put two parts Baking Soda in your mixing bucket
Add one part Plaster of Paris into your bucket

Adding fragrance to cat litter box deodorizers: If you want your litter box deodorizes to have a sent, then I recommend adding the dry scented carpet powder you can find at the dollar store. Keep in mind a lot of cats do not like the sent of roses in their litter box. My eight cats prefer the sent of vanilla, however when we sell the litter box deodorizers as a fundraiser for our cat rescue we do not offer the scented kind.

Now add enough cold water to make a batter. Do not use hot water to make your litter box deodorizers because it will cause your mix to “flash” or in other words, your mix will get hard before you can pour it into your molds.
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Do cats know and express love?

Most of us are incurable romantics. We think that feelings and expressions of love exist only within our species. But what about cats and other animals? Does anything akin to love exist in their world? The answer may surprise you, as it turns the love mirror back on us, revealing mysteries about our own struggles with l'amour.

Love Redefined
Until recently, poets, musicians and other creative individuals mostly defined love for us, coming up with traditions like Cupid and his arrow or St. Valentine's Day celebrations. But a slew of recent scientific studies put the focus on love's source of origin -- the brain.

Love turns out to be a valuable brain-initiated mechanism for species survival. It permits alliances between individuals, such as males and females, or parents and children, in order to facilitate breeding and infant care. Neuroscientists, such as Andreas Bartels of University College London, have determined that the brain-produced hormones oxytocin and vasopressin are real-life Love Potion No. 9s, leading to bonds between certain individuals.

Lions and Romantic Love
The feeling of "falling in love" is very specific, brain-imaging studies show. In humans, this can last for up to a few years, leading some people to constantly fall in and out of love or become addicted to that intense sense of attraction to another.

Domestic housecats have no need for extended male-female love in regards to reproduction. Lust, which appears in a different part of the brain, draws Toms and females together, but they then go their separate ways fairly quickly after mating, with mothers handling all parental duties. Lions are the one exception among cats, according to Jonathan Balcombe, author of the best-selling book "Pleasurable Kingdom: Animals and the Nature of Feeling Good" (MacMillan 2006). "Male lions will care for their cubs," he explains.

Motherly Love
Romance isn't the end all to love. "Emotions comparable to caring and romantic love are, without a doubt, expressed between a mother and her kittens," explains Dr. Balcombe, who is also an animal behavior research scientist for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. A vivid example is the story of Scarlett, a calico cat who pulled her five kittens, one by one, from a burning building in New York in 1996. Her actions, which left Scarlett with lifelong debilitating injuries, were documented by Animal Planet, but Dr. Balcombe says such stories are not uncommon.
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Adopting a Cat from an Animal Shelter

When choosing a cat to adopt from an animal shelter, there are several things that must be considered. Perhaps the most important thing to remember is that adopting a cat means the furry friend will most likely be around for a long while. In fact, a cat can easily live up to 20 years. Therefore, owning a cat isn't just a small commitment in time. Once the decision is made to adopt a cat, there are four main things to look for to ensure the pet will be healthy and a good match for the family and its lifestyle.

Activity
When visiting a cat shelter to choose a new feline friend, the first thing to do is to simply observe all of the cats and kittens. While observing them, just to get an idea of how active they are and what type of attitude they have. If the cat is hunched in a corner or appears lethargic, it might not be too healthy. The last thing a new pet owner needs is to adopt a sick cat that will rack up the vet's bills. Similarly, a pet owner looking to add a new cat along with the pets he or she already has doesn't want to bring home a sick cat that will spread illness to the other cats.

Observing the cat while it is in its cage is helpful in determining the attitude of the cat. Some pet owners are looking for playful cats that will scamper about the house and chase and play with toys. On the other hand, some pet owners would like a cat that is a little more docile and that will spend hours cuddled up in the owner's lap. Watching the cats in their cages will help determine which type of personality they have. Of course, a cat that is sleeping doesn't provide much information about its personality, because all cats sleep the majority of their day away. For sleeping cats, it will be necessary to rouse them to get an idea of their unique personalities.

Look At The Cat
After the selection of potential adoptees has been narrowed down, the remaining cats should be looked at more closely. To do this, the attendant should be asked to release the cats fro the cage, one at a time.
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How Sensitive Is A Cat's Taste?

Since a cat's sense of hearing and smelling is more sensitive than ours is, it's reassuring to discover that in one respect leastways we have got superior sense organs. When it comes to the sense of taste, our tongues are somewhat more adept than theirs. However, just only slightly. Similar to us, cats are responsive to four primary tastes...sour, bitter, salt and sweet. We react to all four in a strong matter, but cats are lacking when it comes to sweet tastes. They don't have our 'sweet tooth'.

Until recently it was believed by many experts that cats were practically the only animal among mammals that wasn't capable of determining sweet tastes. One stated, with no expertise, 'The cat doesn't display any response to sweet tastes'. Another one stated, 'Sweet tastes can't be recognized by the cat'. This age-old belief now needs to be put away. Recent tests have proven clearly that cats can recognize sweet tastes. If milk is watered down to one quarter of its normal strength, and a hungry cat is then offered an option between the watery milk laced with sucrose versus the same milk with no sweetener, they will without fail, choose the sweet dishes.

If this is the case, how come it has been rejected in the past? The answer lies in the fact that in almost all tests cats disregard the sweetness factor when making a choice. It's such a small significance to them they all but ignore it. If, for instance, they're tested with whole or even half and half milk, they express no preference for the more sweetened examples. Their reaction to the milk itself is too strong. Only if the milk factor is considerably diluted does the sweetness factor start to show up. And so, while cats do savor the taste, they do so at a really modest dismantle.

Sour taste is a cat's foremost reaction; followed by bitter, then salt and the last one is sweet. As food touches the tongue it comes in contact with sensory papillae there. These papillae (nubs) are strong, rough and backward pointing and are located in the middle of the tongue. In this area, there's a specialization of the tongue's surface that doesn't have anything to do with taste. So, there aren't any taste buds in this central area. It's a zone related solely with scraping meat from bones or with cleaning fur. The taste buds are limited to the tip, the sides and the back of the tongue only.
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Stray Cat Adoptions of Texas (SCAT)

P.O. Box 700571
San Antonio, Texas 78270
Attn: Denise Duchaine
SCAT runs weekend cat adoption centers at several PetSmart locations in San Antonio.

San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition

San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition
San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition is organized to promote Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and public education of feral cat issues in the San Antonio area.

South Texas Persian Rescue

South Texas Persian Rescue
We are a rescue specializing in rescuing persians, himalayans, exotic shorthairs, and ragdolls. Most of our rescued cats are pulled from shelters. Some are given up by their owners due to family situations, financial situations, or a behavioral problem the cat is having. All cats are treated for any existing medical condition(s); they are spayed/neutered, FIV/FELV tested, and given all necessary immunizations before adoption; and any behavioral problem(s) the cat may have is addressed and resolved. All of our foster kitties are housed in actual homes with foster parents - so they get used to being in a home environment.

The Humane Society / SPCA of Bexar County

The Humane Society / SPCA of Bexar County
The Humane Society/SPCA of Bexar County has served Bexar County and its surrounding areas since 1952.

Animal Defense League

Animal Defense League
The ADL has a nice Cat House and always has cats and kittens for adoption

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