July 15 has been declared National Pet Fire Safety Day by the American Kennel Club and ADT Security Services, but why is it so important? Our pets are not able to pick up the phone and call rescuers if they are home alone when a fire breaks out. They also cannot open doors or windows to escape, so they must rely on us as pet owners to keep them safe. With more than 500,000 pets affected by house fires each year, and 1,000 fires estimated to be caused by pets themselves, it has become crucial to be educated on pet fire safety. Here at Kitty Kasa, we want to be sure that pet owners and pets alike are well prepared in the unfortunate case of a house fire.
If a fire does break out, it's important to be aware of what you can do to help alert firemen to your pets location.
For many of us, our pets are our family, and we want to be able to protect them as much as possible in the event of an emergency. The ASPCA also offers additional information on how to prepare your pet and home prior to a disaster here.
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Does your cat try to bury their food? Some cats display this behavior while others do not. Burying food is a normal, albeit unusual, behavior in cats, but why do they do it in the first place?
There are several reasons why your cat may be trying to bury their food, so take a look and see which reason makes sense for your cat.
What could make the perfect gift for a cat lover and their cat? We only know of one answer: Kitty Kasas!
For every cat lover out there, there's a Kitty Kasas product that is perfect for their home and their feline friend. Find out which ones are best for the cat lover in your life with this holiday gift guide.