If your cat is a little smelly and you don't have time to wash her,
brush some baking soda into her fur. It's harmless and will have
her smelling like roses in no time at all.
Here is a simple recipe that will help you avoid such things!
Simple natural ingredients that will keep your cat healthy and happy.
Here's a simple cookie recipe that will keep for ages without being
frozen. You can feed it as a treat or part of a main meal... your
cat will purr like crazy whenever she hears the cookie jar open!
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 tsp catnip
1/3 cup milk
1/3 cup powdered milk
2 tbl butter or vegetable oil
1/4 cup Soy flour
2 tbl Wheat germ
1 tbl Unsulfured molasses
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix dry ingredients together. Add molasses, egg, oil and milk. Roll
out flat onto oiled cookie sheet and cut into small, cat bite-sized
Bake for 20 minutes and let cool. Store the cookies in a sealed
Tghis will amke your cats love and keep on asking and asking...They love it... Beautiful Sweets Cats Organic Cookies, 64 Cookies
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A new species of frog has been discovered by S.D. Biju of Delhi University, Franky Bossuyt, Yogesh Shouche, Alain Dubois, and S. Dutta. It lives in a very small area at the summit of Anamudi, which is the highest peak in India’s Western Ghats mountain range. (Anamundi, which means elephant’s forehead, has an elevation of over 8,800 feet.)
The species was noted for having many glands, and short limbs. Its scientific name is Raorchestes resplendens. The first name is an homage to Professor Rao for his contributions to the study of amphibians in India. A female was found with eggs buried deeply in bamboo clumps. Later some of the eggs were observed hatching in a lab. Because the species is limited to such a small range, there is an immediate need for a conservation strategy. Ironically, some species are discovered for the first time, and yet are already near extinction due to various factors such as climate change.
Researchers Biju and Bossuyt have previously discovered new frog species in the Western Ghats, which is a rugged, lush region known for its biodiversity. Last year it was reported they had discovered twelve new species. Their discoveries are underscoring the need for conservation of the Western Ghats and its wildlife.( by Jake Richardson )Grow A Frog