For my birthday/Christmas, my husband purchased a yearly subscription to Pusheen Box.
I’ve been doing research for Product Development, and on trends for charity donations and consumer buying behavior. Many of us animal lovers directly donate time and money towards the cause, but indirectly, many of us also want to know what companies are doing on their part. If I have a choice between brands when purchasing a product, knowing that profits may go towards an agreeable cause will certainly influence my purchase decision.
Gizmodo had an article about the benefits of toys that force an indoor cat to earn their food. They’re part of what are frequently called “enrichment toys,” toys that involve more critical thinking than “I want to murder this toy shaped like a mouse.”
It made me think that I should probably talk about my personal favorite cat enrichment toy.
I understand both sides of the argument. Personally, I do have pet insurance.
Sarah, whom I’ve had since she was 5 days old, was finally adopted just weeks before turning 1.
As I mentioned before, my focus had changed regarding my class project. So here is Visual Precis version two.
Our class went over games as a way to learn and explore. It brought me back to childhood games, namely Petz and Nanopets.Read More »
My assignment was to imagine things that I would put in a kit to raise public awareness for my topic. My mind immediately flashed to Jackson Galaxy’s My Cat From Hell, and the guitar case full of cat supplies that he carries with him. I also figured it was far too obvious to put food, litter, toys, etc. into an advocacy kit.
The other day I read an article about an Oklahoma ASPCA using technology to adopt cats.
The Super Pet Expo is held every year at the Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly, VA. Rescues, vendors, and services all show up at the event, and you’re welcome to bring your furry friends along too.