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Your pets and COVID-19

Your pets and COVID-19

My summary:

From everything I have read so far, our pets (unless you have bats) are safe from COVID-19. It is a person to person disease. So if you get sick, really with anything, probably best to limit your contact with your pets to protect them just in case. AND always, always wash up after you clean up after them.

Link to CDC article:

An excerpt:

“There is still a lot that is unknown about the newly emerged COVID-19 and how it spreads. Two other coronaviruses have emerged previously to cause severe illness in people (MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV). The virus that causes COVID-19 is more genetically related to SARS-CoV than MERS-CoV, but both are betacoronaviruses with their origins in bats. While we don’t know for sure that this virus will behave the same way as SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV, we can use the information gained from both of these earlier coronaviruses to guide us.”

Link to CDC article

An excerpt:

“There is no reason at this time to think that any animals, including pets, in the United States might be a source of infection with this new coronavirus that causes COVID-19. To date, CDC has not received any reports of pets or other animals becoming sick with COVID-19 in the United States.”

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Canine bipolar disorder

Dogs are amazing animals. They can be running around snooping, sniffing, and chasing. Then five minutes later, they are sound asleep on your lap, or as much of them as they can get into your lap. Sometimes a younger dog can be super crazy happy one day and the next day be uninterested in life, almost groggy, but then the following day be crazy happy again. Usually a dog like this will overreact to conditions around them which is dangerous or unpleasant for their family.

These can be signs of bipolar disorder and it is best to talk it over with your vet. Progressive veterinarians have come to learn that some dogs suffer from bipolar disorder. Fluoxetine can help this type of dog lead a more balanced and happy life. This is a definite improvement for the people living with the dog.

It would be interesting to see if a “bad” dog abandoned to a shelter could have a much better life with a little Fluoxetine wrapped in some peanut butter every morning.

Matching Cat and Dog Together cell phone cover

Now there is a Cat and Dog Together cover for your iphone. Match your iphone cover to your Cat and Dog Together shirt. A cover adds some color to a cell phone while protects it. Having a cover has saved my phone a lot of times. They are slippery little guys and the minute you have more than one thing in your hands, it slides right off. Don’t let this happen to yours.

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New cats and dogs together tops

A new line of tops has hit the Amazon t-shirt marketplace. It portrays the friendship of cats and dogs, an image of animal bffs in silhouette. There are ten colors to choose from and many sizes. The sizing runs small so for a comfy fit, order a size larger. This product line has shirts, a sweatshirt, and a pullover hoodie for cooler weather.There are a lot of colors available and Amazon Prime Members get free shipping. You can pay through Amazon which protects your credit card and identity information. My brand name on Amazon is Rocky Mountain Magic Novelty. To see the new line click here.



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Adorable Roommates Cat and Dog Friends Together Long Sleeve T-Shirt

Adorable Roommates Cat and Dogs Together

Some of the cutest images are of cats and dogs together on apparel. The selections are mostly a single cat, kitten, or dog. Or a group of dogs, a group of cats, or kittens will grace the front of a sweatshirt. Don’t get me wrong these are very cute. But I am looking for the cute relationship between cats and dogs. There aren’t many of them are on t-shirts, tank tops, and sweatshirts. This needs to change, it’s time to bring more chuckles, giggles, and “aw”s to the world. So I have searched for these adorable pictures of cats and dogs together on tops. I have found some great ones.


New spring cat lover’s design

New spring cat lover’s design hits the Amazon apparel department. What a great way to get ready for spring. With a cute cat silhouette on a mesmerizing heart design, this product line has shirts, a sweatshirt, and a pullover hoodie for cooler weather. If you are feeling sporty, there is also a raglan style and these shirts now come in more sizes than ever. Be sure to check it out. For a new cat and dog together line of clothes, click here.

Catch Spay Release Program for Feral Cats

A Catch, Spay, and Release Program for feral cats: this is a humane way to reduce a feral cat population. However, I wish they would give them some pain killers for a brief time afterwards and maybe some do. But, all in all, this is a better way to keep it under control. Take a look at the details here  https://www.alleycat.org/our-work/trap-neuter-return. Feral cats come from the kittens of abandoned domestic pets. A Catch, Spay, and Release Program for feral cats keep kitties from having more kittens and those kitties having more kittens and so on. If you have ever abandoned a pet, raise your right hand and swear you won’t ever do it again. Cats living on farms and ranches to catch rodents aren’t feral, although some of them steer clear of humans, except to get some milk or a safe bed.  See our t-shirt page for cat tshirts.

Cat patting the blanket

Almost every night (usually when I am sound asleep), I wake up to a cat patting the blanket by my arm. She’s a big cat and she sits right next to me gently patting the blanket. I lift the blanket and she snuggles in with me. She doesn’t stay long and then I go back to sleep. I think she gets cold and wants to warm up fast, although she is a long haired kitty and one wouldn’t think she could get all that cold. She sounds like a little lawn mower with her purr. When she wants out from under the blanket, she crawls out under the edge and goes to her towel on the corner of the bed. Then a big bath starts. The next night the same thing happens there’s a cat patting the blanket.

Where’s the cat?

“Where’s the cat?” When I was growing up, my mother would sometimes inventory her kids. It was usually in the evening and I think she was checking that her kids were all safe and sound. So you would hear something like this “Where is so-and-so?”. So-and-so would be sitting across the room in a rocking chair watching tv. “Oh there she is”. Now I find myself doing that with my animals – all two of them. “Shoot, where is the dog?” Oh, there he is on his bed. “Where’s the cat?” Just part of being a parent, I guess. Check out our Specials and our regular priced items.