1) Persian cat2.Siberian cat3.Maine Coon4.Norwegian forest cat5.RagdollCats in the world.The fur of these cats is very warm, as it is very cold in the Norwegian forests.Care for their coat is very thorough, as their fur is very long and fluffy.
Lakshmi and Rob don’t normally live together so it is Lakshmi’s decision as to how much she spends on her cats.So now you can be the judge, click on the poll below to tell us: should Lakshmi spend less money on her cats.
Add to this the growing availability of pet supplies online (the sector saw 11.3% percent growth for online sales in 2019 alone) plus the opportunity to connect with veterinarians and other professionals remotely via telehealth and other online options; the industry was well-positioned to take advantage of the COVID-19-induced circumstances.
But a new study of 2,000 people has revealed that half of UK adults are worried about leaving their furry friends when they return to the office.As for concerns around leaving pets behind, young people in particular were worried the impact returning to work would have on their furry friends.
For young people who struggle to find time for human relationships, a pet is “someone to come home to, cuddle up with and love”, he said, with the added benefit that they help owners build social connections with other pet lovers.
Getting a dog nails polished is apparently a thing.Source:SuppliedDeputy General Manager for Small Business Nicole McCormack says pet shops have been getting creative.They’ve been offering new services, conveniences and products — all aimed at pampering pets.“Australian pet spending continues to rise and as a result we’re seeing more entrepreneurs launch niche small businesses to cater for the growing demand.