Cats love to sleep everywhere – on low sofas, high shelves and even on our mid-section tummies. And in small NY apartments having a chic sleeping place for your cat can prove a challenge.
In a city that never sleeps with millions of people whizzing past each day, bumping into you on the street and on the subway, it is amazing how difficult it is to meet someone.
St Patrick’s Day is March 17th, a day for all things Irish and green. In New York City the St Patrick’s Day Parade starts on 5th Avenue at 44th Street at 11am. It marches past St. Patrick’s Cathedral (of course!) past the American the Irish Historical Society at 83rd, where the Parade ends, about 3pm. <... >
As the weather stays cold and we yearn for the sunny days of summer again, go ahead and enjoy these events in New York that will keep a stray animal warm.
One of my favorite online sites for picking up truly unique gifts is http://www.etsy.com which a beautiful site for finding handmade treasures.
On February 14th, down in Chinatown, rather than wishing others a Happy Valentine’s Day, we’ll be hearing Gung Hay Fat Choy!
Jonathan Adler’s name is synonymous with great design. So it should come to no surprise to his many fans that he has a great dog bed in his line. Years ago, Adler adopted a Norwich terrier named Liberace, and the designer is also obsessed with needlepoint, so he included fabulously well-crafted needlepoint pet beds in <... >
Your pet has always been very social, liking to make new friends all the time, whether it’s a stranger on the street, or your neighbor next door that steals your newspaper. So perhaps it’s time for Fido or Kitty to become a pet activist and put those furry social skills to good use. You and <... >
I always like to shop for products that support a cause, especially for gifts. And one of the best pet charities that I support is right in our own backyard – the North Shore Animal League (http://www.nsalamerica.org) just outside of the city. It’s the largest no-kill shelter in the world that helps critters from all <... >
When I think of pet fashion, I usually envision a teacup pooch, beautifully groomed and dressed up in a carefully purchased frilly outfit. If you’ve visited a pet store, you’ll know that most pet fashion is geared towards dogs. But there is no reason why cat owners and their kitties shouldn’t be sporting something fashionable <... >