What is the BEST tick repellant out there? We live in a wooded area and I've tried two different tick repellants - one that is all natural oil-based, and the other is a Hartz product. I've pulled 12 off her since our hiking/biking trip this past week… more ›
There are so many different types of litter that can be used. Sand type litter to pellets & newspaper types., lightly scented to non-scented. Just curious of the type used and why.... And does your cat seem to have a prefere…
I need to buy a cat carrier, we always used one of those cardboard ones but then I used some one elses to take their cat in for vet visits and saw what I'd been missing. What type do you use, would you by that type again? Where did yo… more ›
I know this hasn't made the national news (nothing from Alaska does!) but we have had some really great, warm weather. It's great for all of us city dwellers in Anchorage, but has proved disasterous for the interior villages. This spring has brought … more ›
we recently got the Litter Robot automatic litter box, and so far we're very happy with it...except for one little thing. we've been using Swheat Scoop litter with our kitties. i'm not crazy about clumping clay litters...not confident of their safe… more ›
My lawn has been organic for several years. I have tried nitrogen supplements for the soil and fish emulsion, but the clover is still here. My neighbors will not be happy if the clover spreads, but I don't want to add chemicals.
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Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›
Answer by Momba
A: Maybe you could experiment with a harness when the cats are eating, and if Simon shows aggression toward Stacy, pull him back. Maybe he'll … more ›