Café for cats set to open in London
Animal lovers don’t like to go anywhere without their dogs and cats, but public venues aren’t so keen on filling their space with pets — aside from the occasional pet-friendly hotels we’ve seen in the past. Opening this weekend in London, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium is not only open to cat-lovers, but even has its own resident felines to entertain guests. READ MORE…

Café for cats set to open in London

Animal lovers don’t like to go anywhere without their dogs and cats, but public venues aren’t so keen on filling their space with pets — aside from the occasional pet-friendly hotels we’ve seen in the past. Opening this weekend in London, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium is not only open to cat-lovers, but even has its own resident felines to entertain guests. READ MORE…

Cat litter boxes by subscription, made of biodegradable cardboard
Subscription services have long helped humans ensure their essentials are restocked when they run out. Now aiming to do the same for felines, Poopy Cat is an eco litter box subscription service that enables owners to simply throw the entire box into their green waste bins or compost heaps when they’re finished with it. READ MORE…

Cat litter boxes by subscription, made of biodegradable cardboard

Subscription services have long helped humans ensure their essentials are restocked when they run out. Now aiming to do the same for felines, Poopy Cat is an eco litter box subscription service that enables owners to simply throw the entire box into their green waste bins or compost heaps when they’re finished with it. READ MORE…

Facial recognition for dogs reunites lost pets with owners
Putting up ‘Have you seen this dog?’ posters around the local neighborhood can only have limited success when a pet has gone missing. A new platform called PiP aims to create a photographic database of found dogs and cats, using facial recognition technology to help match them with lost ones. READ MORE…

Facial recognition for dogs reunites lost pets with owners

Putting up ‘Have you seen this dog?’ posters around the local neighborhood can only have limited success when a pet has gone missing. A new platform called PiP aims to create a photographic database of found dogs and cats, using facial recognition technology to help match them with lost ones. READ MORE…

Camera and toy enables owners to remotely entertain pets with their iPhone
iPet Companion has already enabled internet users to remotely entertain cats in rescue shelters, and now a new device is bringing a similar idea into the home. Petcube is a camera and robotic laser that lets owners check up on their dog or cat when they’re out of the house, as well as play with them. READ MORE…

Camera and toy enables owners to remotely entertain pets with their iPhone

iPet Companion has already enabled internet users to remotely entertain cats in rescue shelters, and now a new device is bringing a similar idea into the home. Petcube is a camera and robotic laser that lets owners check up on their dog or cat when they’re out of the house, as well as play with them. READ MORE…

Dog parking bays keep pets comfortable while consumers shop
Animal lovers have already benefitted from pet-friendly businesses – such as the Hotel Monaco in Oregon, for example – which mean their four-legged friends do not have to be left at home. Now the IKEA Köln-Am Butzweilerhof has introduced dog parking bays at the outlet, which enable dogs to be safely left outside while their owners shop. READ MORE…

Dog parking bays keep pets comfortable while consumers shop

Animal lovers have already benefitted from pet-friendly businesses – such as the Hotel Monaco in Oregon, for example – which mean their four-legged friends do not have to be left at home. Now the IKEA Köln-Am Butzweilerhof has introduced dog parking bays at the outlet, which enable dogs to be safely left outside while their owners shop. READ MORE…