The Tiniest Tiger Cat Community Caring about Cats, Big and Small Thu, 26 Nov 2015 15:20:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Giving Thanks for Cats and Contentment Thu, 26 Nov 2015 15:10:38 +0000 Eddie and Annie holding paws

Giving Thanks for Cats

Today we get the opportunity to slow down a bit and reflect. This is a privilege, to be able to take the time to relax and think about gratitude.  Most days, we might get caught up in day to day tasks and lose sight of what matters most but on Thanksgiving, we get the chance to dwell on why we are grateful.

Annie sleeping

Annie sleeping

Annie comes to get me at the end of the day.  When she thinks my work day should end she runs into the office, stretches up with both paws on my leg and give a slight tug.  When I see her sweet little face with her big green eyes it melts my heart.  Gracey used to do this same thing.  I am grateful we were lucky enough to find Annie and that she is part of our family.

Eddie by the fire glow

Eddie by the glow of the fire

Eddie comes to greet us at the end of the day like a little bulldozer.  When we are on the sofa he jumps up, puts his head down, squeezes in between our arm and body and snuggles as tight as he can.  If there is a blanket, he burrows under the blanket to get as close to us as possible.  Paul calls him his little ground mole.  We are grateful Eddie shared a cage with Annie at the Grayson County Humane Society and that he is now part of our family too.

Mercy is not happy.

Our Mercy

Mercy is a cat of few meows, but when he wants his breakfast, he will not be denied.  There is no sleeping in when Mercy meows.  He gently walks up onto your arm or chest while you are sleeping, gets as close to your ear as possible and  calls reveille!  By the time he reaches our ear, we are usually awake but pretend to be asleep to let him have his moment.   We are grateful that we found Mercy in the alley behind our home and that he has become a part of our family.

Giving Thanks for Contentment

Annie in front of fire

Thanksgiving reminds me to be mindful of many things that we might take for granted on busy days.  When I was in Kenya, I knew I would not take clean water for granted again.  Still today, every time I turn on the faucet, I am grateful.

Now that winter is approaching and the cold wind pierces through our layers of clothing,  I am grateful to seek refuge inside our home. We have a roof, and we have warmth.  Annie is especially fond of the warmth of the fireplace.

We have family and friends that we love dearly. We have everything we need to be happy. Being content is underrated.  In a world that celebrates excess I offer up the notion that contentment is in and of itself a blessing, a privilege and a reason to be grateful.

Thank you for stopping by and in the words of our sweet Gracey, “Thank you for being our friend.”

Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving.

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Catify to Satisfy Giveaway Wed, 25 Nov 2015 17:49:11 +0000 Catify to Satisfy

Catify to Satisfy

If you loved the New York Time’s bestseller Catification: Designing a Happy and Stylish Home for Your Cat (and You!) by Jackson Galaxy and Kate Benjamin, you will be happy to know the sequel  Catify to Satisfy: Simple Design Solutions for Creating a Feline Friendly Home is now available!

In this new  book written by Jackson Galaxy, star of Animal Planet’s hit show My Cat from Hell, and Kate Benjamin, owner of Hauspanther and cat design wizard, show us how to use home design tricks to address everyday cat care issues.  Catify to Satisfy will show you how simple DIY design projects and hacks can help bring peace into your home.

Catify to Satisy

DIY Tips and Design Ideas for Everyone

There are DIY tips and design ideas not only from Kate but also from members of Catfication Nation. The book features  amazing projects cat lovers from around the world have shared with Jackson and Kate.  There are ideas for your own home, no matter your skill set or budget.  The gorgeous images of  catified homes are captured by photographer Jeff Newton and are sure to inspire and delight your eye. This book is the ultimate guide to creating a happy home for cat guardian and cat alike.


Catify to Satisfy

The Catify to Satisfy Giveaway

One member of The Tiniest Tiger Community will a copy of Catify to Satisfy.   If you can’t wait, you can learn more here: Catify to Satisfy

This contest is open to everyone, everywhere!

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Leave a comment below this post telling us:  How have you Catified your home?

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Celebrating Senior Cats #NutrishSeniorPets Fri, 20 Nov 2015 00:24:02 +0000 Maggie on her bench

November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month. While kittens and puppies dominate when it comes time for adoption,   shelters and rescues are full of older pets in need of a forever home. They wait and wait, often getting passed over simply because they are older.  There are many reasons why you might want to consider adopting an older cat. We wanted to share an update on Maggie to tell the story of why an older cat might be the perfect cat for you.

Maggie looking at Annie

Maggie wishing Annie wasn’t in the sun room with her.

Maggie came to live with us after our neighbor Marie passed away. Maggie was loved and you might say a bit spoiled byMarie, as all cats should be.  But Maggie was used to being an only cat.  We had just adopted Annie and Eddie and they were about four months old so they were a bit too rambunctious for Maggie and especially when she was already broken-hearted and trying to adjust to a new home.

Maggie on desk

Maggie in my office, hiding from Annie and Eddie

Vicki and Kenny were wanting to adopt a cat, but were a bit reluctant because they weren’t sure what to expect not having shared their home with a cat before.  Vicki knew and loved Marie too, so she felt a natural attachment to Maggie.

We tried everything we could to acclimate Maggie into our home with the kittens but she was just miserable. When I asked Vicki if she had thought anymore about adopting Maggie, she said that they had decided they would like to bring Maggie into their family.

Maggie in her new home

Maggie is queen of the castle in her new home.

Maggie was the ideal cat for Vicki and Kenny.  Because she was well past her kitten shenanigan stage, it was an easier transition into living with first-time cat parents.  We, of course, love Annie and Eddie, but there were times when Paul would ask “How long are they going to be this wild?” and I would say, “Oh about two or three more years.”  We had both forgotten how much energy two kittens have from living all those years with Gracey.

Maggie had been spayed was up-to-date on all of her vaccines, so by adopting an older cat, first-time cat parents didn’t have the stress of worrying about her recovering from surgery or the expense of  immunizations.  They were able to focus on creating their bond with their new family member and bond they did.

Maggie guarding her chickens

Maggie guarding her chickens in her fenced in yard.

Maggie loved being outdoors a little bit each day when she lived with Marie.  That was something that we were not able to provide for her. But Maggie hit the jackpot with her new parents and she even became a guard-cat for the chickens.

As hard as it was to say goodbye to Maggie, we knew it was best for her and that she would be in a loving home. And perhaps back to being spoiled a bit.  Here is an updated photo of Maggie on her own personal blanket embroidered with her name.

MAggie on her blanket

Yes, I think Maggie is back to living her preferred lifestyle as the only cat in loving home.  It warms our hearts knowing she is happy and loved.

Nutrish Gives Back To Cats In Need

All three of our cats are rescue kitties so we love that Rachael Ray’s personal proceeds from sales of Nutrish have gone to Rachael’s Rescue to purchase not only food but medical supplies and treatment as well for animals in need. Rachael’s Rescue was created for all of the forgotten pets — the ones that might not have someone who loves them as much as you love your pet.

You can learn more by following Nutrish on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, too!

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Let Tidy Find Your Litter Match Giveaway #TidyInsider Wed, 18 Nov 2015 18:00:59 +0000 Find Your Litter image

We are a member of the Tidy Cats Insiders and are being compensated to help spread the word about innovations and updates about Tidy Cats. The Tiniest Tiger only writes about topics that we think will also be of interest to you and all opinions are our own.

Which Tidy Cats Litter Is Your Match?

Finding the right litter isn’t as easy as finding the litter pan!  With so many types of litter to choose from, you might feel overwhelmed standing in the retail store aisle contemplating the  litter selection.  You want the best little for your cat and you want the best litter for you too.  To clump or not to clump.  Instant stink killer or long term odor control.  Environmentally friendly, lightweight, scented, unscented…the list goes on.

Fortunately, the Tidy Cats Scientists  have been hard at work in the Tidy Lab creating a tool to help you decide which is your litter match. With input from the litter experts…the Tidy Cats themselves, this simple tool will enable you to find the best litter for you!

You simply answer a few questions.  Don’t worry, there is no chemistry involved…but there is a bit of math.  You will need to count how many cats share your home.  Then you must answer honestly, if you scoop regularly (Team Clumping) or you choose to replace the litter after a week (Team Non-Clumping).

We are sure you will have no difficulty using the tool. If you are choosing your litter match,  you must be  smart enough to share your home with a cat or two so you are already whiskers above those who choose not to share their home with cats.

Your answers will not be leaked from  the Tidy Lab.  Nobody will know how you feel about green products or if you are obsessed with fragrance. The Tidy Cats will never tell!

The Let Tidy Find Your Litter Giveaway


Tidy Cats Litter Match

Three (3) members of The Tiniest Tiger community will receive  5 of  Your Litter  Match Tidy Cats full-sized packages courtesy of Tidy Cats. Your package will be shipped directly from Tidy Cats and may be one full-sized package and 4 coupons for Free Tidy Cats.

You have until 11:59 pm EST,  November 30, 2015 to enter.

How to Enter

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Start and complete the Tidy Litter Selector.

Come back here and leave a comment below telling us: Which Tidy Cats Litter was your match?

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Cats Love Whisker Greens #PetGrass Wed, 18 Nov 2015 13:00:23 +0000 #PetGrass Eddie

This post is sponsored by Pet Grass and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping create awareness about the launch of Whisker Greens but The Tiniest Tiger only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Pet Grass is not responsible for the content of this article.

Whisker Greens Pet Grass

Annie Eddie and Mercy with #PetGrass #ad

Whisker Greens™ is certified organic wheatgrass that contains many important nutrients like protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes and antioxidants.  Whisker Greens wheatgrass is grown from 100% certified organic seed, planted carefully by hand in real soil to provide the maximum benefits for the nutritional cat grass. The little seeded pots are rotated through the greenhouses, receiving the proper amounts of water and sunlight to be ready to ship to your cats at just the right stage of development.

Annie, Eddie and Mercy Love Whisker Greens!

Whisker Greens package

When the package arrived with the cat grass, I wasn’t expecting the grass to be so vibrant, tender, and moist.  The package made me smile when I saw the word cloud with words describing the experience our cats will have with the fresh cat grass.

The wheat grass from Whisker Greens is the freshest cat grass I have seen and is even better than the wheat grass we have grown at home.

Eddie with #petgrass #ad

The three-pack of cat grass comes sealed in a moisture sealed bag. The cat grass will stay fresh for up to 2 weeks in your refrigerator!  I placed two into the refrigerator and took the third out in the sunroom for Annie, Eddie and Mercy to enjoy.

Mercy and Eddie #petgrass #ad

As soon as placed one of the cat grass pots into the cute decorative container, there were three tails up and curled following me into the sunroom. Mercy and Eddie didn’t waste any time choosing a side to nibble.

Annie and Eddie #petgrass #ad

Annie, who is typically the first to try new things, couldn’t beat the boys to the cat grass snack.  But don’t worry she was able to enjoy  nibbles too.

Whisker Greens  Pet Grass provides an easy solution to adding a bit of safe green plant enrichment to your home.  The cats love the tasty wheat grass and we love knowing it is organic and safe for them to enjoy.

Save 10% With Our Coupon Code

Whisker Greens #ad

If you would like to try Whisker Greens you can save 10% with our coupon code. A one-time delivery of the three-pack shipment is priced at $24.99. You can join the Pet Grass subscription service for $22.49 per delivery. You decide when the product ships – weekly, every two weeks, every three weeks or once per month.

Use coupon code cubclub10 to save 10 percent on a one-time purchase of a Whisker Greens 3 Pack!

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Creating a Healthy Environment For Your Cat #BetterWithPets Tue, 17 Nov 2015 15:58:26 +0000 Happy kitty in Purina cat room

Happy in the Cat Room

This post and my attendance at Better With Pets were  sponsored by Purina. All opinions and statements are my own. The Tiniest Tiger only shares information that we think will be of interest to you.

Indoor cats live under our rules.  We control what, when, where, and how our cats eat, eliminate and create the opportunities for species-typical activities. The  relationship with our cats is two-fold. Our actions influence the behavior of our cats, which in turn influence our subsequent actions based on what we think about the cat’s behavior. This dyadic relationship can be compared to the parent-child relationship.  The behavior of the parent definitely has an impact on the actions of the child and your behavior towards your cat definitely has an impact on the actions of your cat.

The fiercely independent feline is what many of us find endearing and yet sometimes this independence is mistaken for  doesn’t need much.  Many people still assume cats don’t need attention from their guardians or that they don’t need toys, interactive play time or environmental enrichment.  Some people still think it is acceptable to leave cats at home alone with just a big bowl of kibble for days at a time.

Environmental Factors More Important Than Diet To Your Cat’s Well-Being

Better With Pets Panel

At the Better With Pets Summit, Dr. Tony Buffington participated in the panel Stress, Our Pets, and Us along with Ragen McGowen Purina Animal Behaviorist and Heather Lewis, Animal Arts Architect. The panel was  moderated by Dr. Marty Becker.   Dr. Buffington is a veterinarian from Ohio State University’s Indoor Cat Initiative and a leading expert of stress and the impact it has on cats.

Dr. Buffington’s team  gathered evidence that shows environmental factors could be as important if not more important than diet to your cat’s health and well-being.  His study of cats with idiopathic cystitis found that environmental enrichment was associated with significant improvement in signs of lower urinary tract disease. This improvement in the cats’ health was independent of diet change.  Current data shows that meeting the nutritional needs is necessary for maintaining the health of your cat but is not sufficient to guarantee  their well-being.

Healthy Environments for Cats

Interior Design for Cats

Our cats spend more time in our homes that we do so shouldn’t we make sure their home environment is pleasing to them too. We furnish our living spaces to meet our needs, yet with a few easy modification, our homes can be cat-friendly too!

Cat Environment interactive

We need to think about our home space from our cat’s perspective.  We love our cats and they bring so much joy and love into our lives.  Let’s all try to keep them happier and healthier by considering their needs and how we can accommodate them with a few simple changes.

Heather Lewis told us that simply changing bars on cat cages at shelters from vertical to horizontal has a huge impact on the cat’s stress level.  With the horizontal bars, the cat can view her surroundings with an uninterrupted view where with traditional vertical bars, the cat’s view is blocked causing stress.  Our cats are both predator and prey so are always thinking about their own safety.  Placing cat cages on the top row in a veterinary office and shelters will also reduce stress in a cat.  Remember a cat likes to see but not be seen.  The top row enables the cat to survey her surroundings yet feel protected.

Better With Pets Cat Room

The Cat Room at Better With Pets. Photo courtesy of Paris Permenter

During the afternoon at the Better With Pets Summit we participated in informal experiential learning through interactions with Purina experts. The Cat Room was a popular place to hang out and brush up on what makes for a healthy environment for our cats.

Purina Better With Pets

Not all stress is bad stress for cats, just like for us.  Add a few puzzle feeders to your cat’s daily routine so he can work off some energy and be entertained.  Provide one more litter pan than cat and placing the pans in strategic locations throughout the house.  Add a few perches, some cave-style retreats, bird feeders outside a window and you are well on  your way to keeping your cat happier and healthy.

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Emotional Wellness For You and Your Pet #BetterWithPets Sun, 15 Nov 2015 16:30:53 +0000 Better With Pets Summit

This post and my attendance at Better With Pets were  sponsored by Purina. All opinions and statements are my own. The Tiniest Tiger only shares information that we think will be of interest to you.

Early this month I had the opportunity to attend the third annual Better With Pets summit in New York City. This is one of my favorite pet related events of the year.  Purina brings together pet experts, influencers, media and even a few celebrities to discuss and learn about how our are made better with pets.

Better With Pets 2015 theme

The 2015 Better With Pets summit theme was Emotional Wellness.  The summit centered around the emotional wellness for pets and the people like us who lover our pets, with a specific focus on how a high quality of life and pet ownership are increasingly becoming more and more intertwined.

The reason this is one of my favorite events of the year is because everyone in attendance loves pets and has made some part of their working life related to promoting pet companionship, health and wellness for pets and for the humans that love their pets. The energy in the venue is always positive and getting to spend a day learning about the latest research with friends and colleagues in a great location with great food…well, it doesn’t get much better that that.

Better With Pets Panel

The day opened with Purina senior research nutritionist Dr. Arleigh Reynolds discussing his work in Alaska with The Frank Attla Youth Program.  This program pairs young Alaskans with the dogs that have served a vital role in Alaskan rural life throughout history.  Purina provides financial and food support to the Frank Attla Youth Program, which benefits at-risk students in Rural Alaska.

The morning continued on with 3 Panel Discussions.  Are Millenials Changing Our Relationship with Cats was moderated by Hal Herzog, a Psychologist and Antrhozoologist and featured  Dr. Sandra Lyn, Purina behaviorist, Christina Ha, the founder of Meow Parlour, the first permanent cat cafe in New York City and Mikel Delgado, a PhD candidate and certified cat behaviorist.

Stress, Our Pets, and Us was moderated by Dr. Mary Becker, America’s Veterinarian and featured Purina Senior Scientist Ragen McGowan, PhD., Heather Lewis of Animal Arts and Dr. Tony Buffington, Cat Stress Expert and Veterinarian. I was thrilled to meet Dr. Buffington from the Ohio State University’s Indoor Cat Initiative.  He has authored and co-authored many of the research papers that help us all learn more about how to improve the lives of our cats.

Raising Pets and Kids was moderated by Zara Boland, Purina Veterinarian, Spokesperson and featured Jayne Vitale, Mutt-i-Grees Child Development Coordinator, Sasha Becker, Instagram Influencer, Ilana Reisner, Veterinarian and Behaviorist and Charley Bednarsh, Director of Children’s Services Courtroom Dog Handler.

We broke for lunch and enjoyed a delicious meal and had a great time catching up with friends and meeting new pet lovers alike.

The afternoon was filled with informal self-guided experiential learning and interactions with Purina experts.  I will share more about the Better With Pets Summit afternoon in my next update.

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The Hatch Pet Carrier. Comfort for Your Cat and You! Sat, 14 Nov 2015 18:32:22 +0000 HatchCarrier1

The Hatch Pet Carrier

When Gracey needed to visit the Morris Veterinary Clinic, which was frequently due to her health issues, the trip to the office was stressful not only for her but for Paul and I as well.  We hated to see Gracey so upset and crying in her carrier.  I would try to unlatch the door to her carrier to comfort her but she would try to force her way out and that was worrisome to us too!

We resorted to sticking a pinky finger through the grid to provide a reassuring touch but let’s face it, a pinky isn’t ideal when you need your hand to provide comfort to your cat.

When I heard about the new Hatch Pet Carrier, the first and only pet carrier with a patented no-escape Direct Reach hatch, I was eager to learn more and I thought you would find this interesting too. This new carrier sounded like a great idea for vet visits for Annie, Eddie and Mercy. This pet carrier was created by a cat lover and animal rescuer and advocate so that our beloved cats could be comforted during stressful times in a safe manner.  What a brilliant idea for our cats and us.

Hatch Carrier in Vet Office

The Hatch Pet Carrier’s Patented Direct Reach no-escape Feature

The Hatch Pet Carrier’s  patented Direct Reach no-escape feature allows you to pet your cat without risk of your cat escaping. Simply turn the knob on the side of the carrier to open the access hatch. This creates an opening big enough for you to slide your hand inside the carrier to give your cat a pet, but not allowing the cat to escape. No more worries when unzipping or unlatching to try and comfort your kitty.

Hatch Carrier hand

The Hatch Pet Carrier allows you to reach in and comfort your cat.

The Hatch Pet Carrier provide a safe environment for your cat to hide inside yet be able to see what is going on outside the carrier.  Your reassuring touch will help to keep your cat calm and help stop your own heart from racing from worrying about your cat.

Team Hatch at Work!

Hatch Team at work

The team behind the Hatch Pet Carrier includes Jon Mirsky, animal lover, cat and dog parent, and the inventor of the hatch concept, and Anjali Kalyani,  cat parent and business strategist with experience in product launch.  Jed Crystal, the creator of the amazing  Hepper cat product line,  gave the Hatch carrier it’s beautiful design  to complement the function.

The Hatch Pet Carrier’s Beautiful Design

This pet carrier not only has the amazing direct reach no escape hatch but is also a beautiful design.  Take a look at the Hatch Pet Carrier from all sides!


The Hatch Pet Carrier- Front

Hatch Back View

The Hatch Pet Carrier- Back

Hatch Pet Carrier Side View

The Hatch Pet Carrier-Side View

Hatch PEt Carrier seat belt strap

The Hatch Pet Carrier-Seat Belt Strap

And if the form and function aren’t already more than enough…the Hatch Pet Carrier folds flat for easy storage too!

Hatch Carrier folds flat

The Hatch Pet Carrier- folds flat too!

There are so many great things about the Hatch Pet Carrier that the best way to share was with this list of features:

  • Custom molded EVA base
  • Custom padded shoulder strap
  • Removable and machine washable interior pet bed
  • Entire front panel and both ends open for easy pet loading
  • Large zipper pockets on both sides
  • Ballistic nylon exterior
  • Large open air mesh windows on side and ends for excellent ventilation
  • Seat belt straps for safe car rides
  • Roll-aboard luggage handle strap
  • Packs flat for easy packing and storage
  • The Hatch carrier measures 13 inches high by 19 inches long and 11 inches wide and is recommended for pets up to 15 lbs. The top can be compressed to 11 inches high when needed to fit in smaller spaces.


The Hatch Pet Carrier is ready to go into production and is launching with a Kickstarter campaign. You can save some money  and be one of the first to get your hands on this unique new pet carrier. Hurry over to the Hatch Carrier Kickstarter campaign so you can get your hand inside the Hatch Pet Carrier to comfort your cat the next time you need to travel together.

 All photos are courtesy of Hatch Pet Carrier
This post is sponsored by Hatch Pet Carrier but The Tiniest Tiger only shares information about products we think you will like too!
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Shining Star Cat Earrings Giveaway Sat, 14 Nov 2015 15:40:07 +0000 Shining Star Earrings Giveaway Image

We used to sing “Shining Star” to Gracey. We had quite a few songs that Paul and I would sing to our little girl.  Sometimes we sing The Manhattans song “Shining Star” to our cats Annie, Eddie and Mercy.  Do you remember the song too? “Honey you are my shining star. Don’t you go away…..”

Triple T Studios Shining Star Earrings

So when we saw these pretty Sterling Silver Cat Earrings with a Shining Star, we loved them instantly.  We have had inquiries about wire earrings too, so these seem like a purr-fect addition to our collection.
Shining Star Earrings Triple T Studios
There is just a bit of bling with the AAA cubic zirconia stones in the center of the star on the cat’s collar.  These wire earrings are 925 sterling silver, lead and nickel free, measure 11.63 mm by 36.6 mm, so not too big and not too small.  The earrings weigh in at 2.4g/pair.
Your earrings will come boxed and ready to give as a gift but you might have a hard time giving these sweet earrings away.

The Triple T Studios Shining Star Earrings Giveaway

One member of The Tiniest Tiger Community will win a pair of the Shining Star Earrings.  If you can’t wait, you can learn more here: Triple T Studios

This contest is open to everyone, everywhere!

How to Enter

Enter your information in the contest widget so we know where to ship your prize if you win.

Leave a comment below this post telling us:  Who would you sing “you are my shining star” to?

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Help Volunteers Foster Military Pets Sat, 14 Nov 2015 14:29:07 +0000 Purina DoD image

This post is sponsored by Purina but The Tiniest Tiger only posts information that we think will be of interest to you.

Dogs on Deployment

The volunteers who foster Dogs on Deployment care for military pets when their parents cannot. They make sure those pets are ready and waiting to give our service members the kind of “welcome home” they deserve. These service members, their pets and the Dogs on Deployment network of volunteers are all heroes to us. Dogs on Deployment is a nonprofit helping the military community enjoy life-long pet ownership.

After deploying overseas, Kat is reunited with her excited dog Miko, who was in foster care with DoD Boarder, Laura, through the organization Dogs on Deployment. You can see how important this organization is to both Kat and Miko!

Dogs on Deployment Reunion-Katherine & Miko

Purina® is Working with Dogs on Deployment

Purina is working with Dogs on Deployment to raise awareness of the need to foster and care for pets of our military men and women while they are away from home on deployment.

You can make a difference by visiting and answering trivia questions to trigger a donation.  Purina will donate $.25 for every correct answer, up to $40,000, to Dogs on Deployment.

If you would like to learn more about Purina and their support of Dogs on Deployment visit:   Follow Purina on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

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