Online Pet Business Opportunities: How to Get Buyers for Your Product

Online Pet Business Opportunities: How to Get Buyers for Your Product

Cat Health and Behavior
About 85 million families in the US alone have a pet. That's over 75 percent of households in the country. Why limit your reach to local pet owners when you can reach every pet owner in the country—or even the world—instead? With the right set of marketing strategies, you can boost sales and improve your ROI! Here are seven of the best online pet business opportunities you can utilize to build your business. With these strategies, you can expand your reach and increase sales. Give your business the boost it needs with these easy strategies! 1. Reach Your Community First, start at the local level.  Take the time to research your ideal customer. Who are they? What do they care about? What pet services are they searching for online? If you have a…
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11 Purr-fect Birthday Presents for Cats They’ll Absolutely Love

11 Purr-fect Birthday Presents for Cats They’ll Absolutely Love

Cat Health and Behavior
In the United States of America, 67% of households own a pet. That pet is part of the family and deserves the world. Dogs often get a lot of love. They're wildly affectionate and love you unconditionally, so if you get them a gift, they're bound to show their appreciation even though they may not understand that it's their birthday. That doesn't mean that you should forget about their cat! Not all cats are as desperate to please as dogs, but there are gifts you can get your Purr-baby that they'll definitely love.  Don't fall into the trap of thinking your cat won't appreciate it. Get them one of these amazing birthday presents for cats, and there's no way they won't love it. 1. A Cat Tree, for the Adventurer…
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What Types of Pets Should I Consider Getting for Myself and My Family?

What Types of Pets Should I Consider Getting for Myself and My Family?

Cat Health and Behavior
No family is complete without a pet. They're our trusted companions through thick and thin.  Pets force your family to go outside more, which means you’ll have more time to bond and be more physically fit. Taking care of a pet also teaches children empathy, confidence, and responsibility. Some studies suggest pets lower your blood pressure and make you a happier person in the long run. But, with so many different types of pets to choose from, where do you start? Below we’ve compiled a list of pet animals that can help get you started, plus some tips on picking the right one for your family. A Guide to Considering Different Types of Pets Pet stores have so many options. Choosing the right pet can be overwhelming. Do you buy a 100-pound dog or a one-ounce…
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What Makes Cats Happy? How to Keep Your Cat Happy

What Makes Cats Happy? How to Keep Your Cat Happy

Cat Health and Behavior
75% of cat owners say their cat will comfort them if they are unhappy or sad. It makes sense that cat owners would want to know what makes cats happy so they can make sure their loveable bundle of fur is living the best life possible.  If you are a cat owner who wants to spoil your cat with love, here are several ways to keep your cat happy. Give Your Cat Something to Climb Making an indoor cat happy doesn’t have to be complicated.  A sure way to keep your cat occupied and satisfied is to give them something to climb. Items like cat trees for large cats or any size cat are ideal because they can climb and scratch to their content without causing damage to your furniture.…
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How to Make Money Cat Sitting: A Business Guide

How to Make Money Cat Sitting: A Business Guide

Cat Health and Behavior
In the United States, there are 94 million cats owned as pets. If you're looking to make some extra money, starting a cat-sitting business may be a good idea.  There are certain ways you can make money cat sitting. You should check out our guide here on the important steps you need to take. Check With Your City Government Before you start your own cat-sitting business, you should check with the government first. Some cities and states require that you have insurance and licensure, but this will vary by state and city. However, more often than not, you'll need some kind of licensing. While there may not be anything specific for cat-sitters, you may still need a license to operate your own business. Find Clients Once you've done that, you'll need to figure out…
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How Long Can You Leave a Cat Alone?

How Long Can You Leave a Cat Alone?

Cat Health and Behavior
Over 40 million households in the U.S. own a cat. If you're one of the people that own a cat, you're always looking out for their best interests. Asking questions like "how long can you leave a cat alone?" shows how much you care and we are here to help you today. Knowing how long you can leave your cat at home alone and how you can make it easier for them will make you and your cat happy. Continue reading this article to learn more about leaving your cat alone and tips to do so successfully. Hello, Mr(s) Independent We always think of our cats as independent and not caring when it comes to human contact, but that's not the case. While cats don't always show their disdain for…
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Difficult Pupils: Can You Really Teach a Cat Tricks?

Difficult Pupils: Can You Really Teach a Cat Tricks?

Cat Health and Behavior
Do you want to teach your cat tricks but don't know if it's possible? As it turns out, cats are as receptive to training as dogs our. But most people don't know this and think their moggy won't respond to their efforts. Read on to find out how trainable they are and how to go about teaching your cat tricks. Can Is Your Cat Trainable? If you've been paying any attention to the internet, you'll already have an idea of how clever some cats can be. Yet the perception that cats aren't trainable still remains. It's simple to do when you work out what motivates your cat. Then work this into a positive, reward-based training technique. Training is a great way to strengthen your bond with your, stimulate their mind,…
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How to Hire the Perfect Cat Sitter for Your Furry Pal

How to Hire the Perfect Cat Sitter for Your Furry Pal

Cat Health and Behavior
As of last year, U.S. households have over 94.2 million cats as pets. Learning how to recognize a qualified cat sitter is the first step to hiring one. Cats are the second most popular pet in the United States. But in your heart, your cat(s) will always come first. As a pet owner, it's your responsibility to make sure your cat is in good hands while you're away. Your precious feline darling deserves the best care and company there is. Here's what you should look for in a cat sitter. No Pet Sitting Directories or Apps Stay away from cat sitting directories and apps. There are often no minimum qualifications for the sitters to fulfill in order to get a listing on them. In fact, directories and apps frequently lack a…
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5 Foolproof Tips on How to Click Purrrfect Pet Photos

5 Foolproof Tips on How to Click Purrrfect Pet Photos

Cat Health and Behavior, Pet Products
We know your pet means everything to you. In fact, your phone is probably full of pictures of your furry loved one. But are they print-worthy photos? If you wouldn't hang them on your walls, you may want to step up your pet photography game. Here are some tips that will help you create picture purr-fect photos that you'll cherish for years to come. 1. Pay Attention to the Light Photography is the art of "painting" with light. No matter how well composed your photo is, if the light isn't flattering, you'll be left with a photo that falls flat. Take your pup outside during the golden hour (the period within the hour after sunrise and before sunset). Or capture a photo of your cat on its favorite window sill at this time.…
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Living in Harmony… or Hell? The Truth About Raising Cats & Fish Under One Roof

Living in Harmony… or Hell? The Truth About Raising Cats & Fish Under One Roof

Cat Health and Behavior
Do you own one (or more) of the 86 million cats in America? That means that about 1 in 3 families in the US owns at least one cat. There are also around 7.2 million American families that own a fish tank. That's more like 1 in 50 families who own fish. But here's where it gets interesting. Do you live in a home with both cats and fish? If you do, there are some important things to consider to keep you and your furry and marine friends safe. Read on to learn how to keep the peace when raising fish and cats together. Cats and Fish: What's the Problem? We've all seen the cartoons (or YouTube videos) of cats taking a dunk in a fishbowl. While it makes us chuckle,…
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