Rosy the Pet Nanny has been taking care of rescue animals for over 15 years. In all this time, her go to favourite for bonding with the animals in her care is everyday enrichment – something you can incorporate into your pet’s life to keep them engaged and happy.
Did you know that you can support animal shelters and rescues by sharing your expertise? Aspiring photographers can take pawtraits of ready-to-be adopted pets, those with human resource backgrounds can help screen adopters or fosters, while experienced managers can oversee the day-to-day operations of a rescue facility. If you are involved in the field of… Continue reading Help Animal Rescues by Doing Pro Bono Work
Helping out your neighbourhood animal shelter or local rescue as an individual results in making the world a better place for neglected animals to live in. Not only that, the act of helping can provide priceless benefits such as boosting your happiness and promoting a sense of well-being. But do you know what’s even better?… Continue reading Help Animal Rescues via Corporate Giving
It takes a community to help animal shelters and rescues survive and thrive. From adopting a senior dog to becoming a foster carer, a little goes a long way in helping neglected animals find their furever homes. But aside from these two common ways of helping out, you can also make a contribution to an… Continue reading Help Animal Rescues by Leaving a Bequest
Whether they’re active kittens or full grown adult cats, cats must consume food regularly to survive and thrive. They need about 24 to 35 calories a day per pound to keep them within their normal weight range. These calories are spread out into smaller meals that sustain them throughout the day. (In fact, a few… Continue reading Why is My Cat Always Hungry? (We Share 7 Reasons!)
It’s a myth that cats hate water. If they grew up being exposed to water early and having positive experiences with it, they will most likely tolerate bathing sessions at home. What most cats dislike about showering is the uncomfortable feeling they get when their fur gets wet. It takes some time for their fur… Continue reading How Often Should I Shower My Cat? (5 Factors to Consider)
Cat parenting has its ups and downs. Though owners are rewarded with having cuddly companions for life, a drawback is constantly needing to provide for these four-legged creatures. Grooming them, playing with them (try making cat-approved DIY toys), and giving them nourishing food are just some of the things that need to be done regularly.… Continue reading Should I Get a Self-Cleaning Litter Box for My Cat?
Have you noticed a change in your cat’s drinking habits lately? Has she been drinking more water than usual? If you answered YES to both questions, read on! One of the reasons below might lead you to find out why your cat is always thirsty. As a reminder, this Waldo’s Friends blog post is only… Continue reading 7 Possible Reasons Why Your Cat is Always Thirsty
COVID-19 has kept us stuck in our homes for months, and because of this, there has been a surprising surge of animal adoptions and fostering taking place across the globe. Shelters have happily passed on animals to people who have always wanted to own or care for pets but just never had the time. Meanwhile,… Continue reading 8 Ways to Get Your Foster Pets Adopted
Stumped about what to send over to your loved ones this yuletide season? Whether you’re filled with the spirit of Christmas or just thinking of ways to show others that you care, we here at Waldo’s Friends have the perfect gift suggestions for you! Our ultimate holiday gift guide rounds up 110 carefully curated presents… Continue reading The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide
Feline pawrents, especially new ones, should be aware that cats experience tummy troubles at least once in their lives. Some cats will vomit white foam, while others may puke their food after a meal. There are many culprits to digestive issues, ranging from foreign objects in your cat’s body to skipping a meal. However, some… Continue reading How to Feed Your Cat with a Sensitive Stomach
Fleas are tiny bugs that move around by jumping from place to place. They can leap onto the coat of your cat, making her skin itchy and sore. Though cats are known to self-groom fastidiously, they won’t always be able to remove these pesky creatures by themselves. That’s where you come in as a helpful… Continue reading How to Help Remove Fleas on Your Cat