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It is kitten season right now, the time of year when kittens are left abandoned on the side of the road or left with their mama and you might find a kitten or a batch of kittens that you might not know how to take care of. So our local San Antonio Animal Defense League takes volunteers to foster baby kittens like this and we have volunteered to foster this year. So I wanted to make this video to show you what goes into taking care of a baby kitty like this.
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What should you look for in a rubber floor mat? First is fearless grip! You step out of the shower, onto a rug, and feel it shift under your feet. Fear floods your system as you think, "I should have bought a no-slip mat!" Look for mats with 100% rubber bottoms, or mats that are 100% rubber like ours. This allows them to stick to the floor without leaving marks. Allowing you to shower, wash the floor, cook, or do cartwheels on your floor runner fearlessly. For more great tips, check out the rest of the post on our blog!
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Review of Arm and Hammer Slide Litter for multiple cats. Hello, Amy here from Clean Litter Club, and today we’re going to be reviewing the Slide litter by Arm and Hammer. Arm and Hammer claims that the slide litter does not stick to the bottom of the box and slides right off. We’ve been using it for about 2 weeks and we have rather large top entry litter boxes. I have to say compared to some of my other litter my first impressions, it does still stick to the bottom of the box but it slides off when you touch it with the scoop so it’s not so bad.