Ahhhh…summer is so relaxing. I love to stretch out in the warm sun and just purr my days away. I’m so lucky to have humans that love and care for me. In fact, I am downright spoiled. My daydream is for all my fellow felines (and even those canines) to find a great home where they will be spoiled too…
As we close out another month, we want to thank all our loyal readers and those of you who have just joined us. July was a terrific month filled with some amazing articles. If you took some time off to cat nap here’s what you may have missed:
- Get Ready for the Boom fireworks and your pets.
- Recognizing the Signs of Heatstroke in Your Pet be prepared and know what to do in case of an emergency.
- Harsh Realities of a Homeless Pet with a eye-opening video of the day in the life of a stray dog – you have got to see this!
- National Pet Fire Safety where we shared tips and hints to keep your pet safe in case of a fire.
- 7 Dangerous Garden Plants to keep an eye out for this summer.
- Did you and your pedigree-challenged canine celebrate Mutt Day? We caught up with two popular bloggers that are proud to share their mutt’s story. And, we ran a National Mutt Day contest awarding a $25 pet store gift card to a lucky winner who hasn’t reached out to claim their prize…Check it out and help us find the lucky winner!
What’s Up for August?
As we enter into the last part of the hot summer month ahead, we are turning our focus on being a responsible pet parent. We will give you tips and hints on things to keep in mind before and after you bring a pet into your home and dealing with allergies to your pet without rehoming. In addition, we will take a trip over to our bigger pals, the equine and how they work in pet therapy, as well as why reptiles often times find themselves homeless. Our calendar is chock full, so be sure to stop by often to keep up with all our great information.
We at KirinGie.Me are working hard to offer solutions for pet rehoming to Keep Pets In Homes. We believe good, family pets don’t belong in animal shelters and shouldn’t be at risk of being euthanized. We have many major efforts in the works but cannot do it without you. Show us you care and share your support by spreading the word, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and by jump in on the conversation anytime.