We all know that Singapore’s weather is warm and humid all year round, given our proximity to the Equator. With daily maximum temperatures reaching a high of 35°C recently, we not only have to take care of our own health, but also our dogs’! Overheating can lead to heatstroke, which can kill a dog in a very short period of time…
The most common pets in Singapore are the usual dogs, cats, or small animals. If you’re looking for a more unusual or unique pet, parrots may have crossed your mind before. They seem to make great pets and entertaining companions, with their reputation for talking or mimicry. But before you rush out to purchase a parrot, here are some considerations.
Check out these 10 Instagram pet accounts from Singapore, that have followers in the thousands (and even hundred thousands!) from around the world!
Have you ever been baffled by those images of cats in boxes that you see on the Internet? Cats just can’t seem to resist cardboard boxes – big boxes, small boxes, irregular shaped boxes. We’ve even heard of exasperated cat owners buying a new cat tree or bed for their cat, only for kitty to head straight to the box it came with. What is it about boxes and other enclosed spaces that exert a strange gravitational pull on cats?
Bored of cat cafes already? Prefer company of the feathery or scaly kind? Here are 5 of the most unusual pet cafes you have to visit when you’re in Japan!
Have you been feeding your rabbit the right foods? As we all know, hay is an essential part of a rabbit’s diet and should be available 24/7, but the other types of veggies and fruits you may be giving your rabbit may make it very sick. Knowing what to feed your rabbit is important, but knowing what not to feed it is even more important. Here are 6 foods that are hurting your rabbit, and 6 suggested alternatives.
The Public Garden Consumer Trade Show was held at Suntec Convention Hall this past weekend (23-24 April 2016). The Furflr crew went to check it out and found some cool retailers selling animal-related merchandise! Give your support to these small businesses who are making it big in Singapore and the region! 1. Something Mellow Facebook…
We all know that many exotic animals are not allowed to be kept as pets in Singapore. Many other countries dont have such laws though, and the owners of these unusual pets, like most of us, have set up an Instagram account just for their pets! Make your Instagram feed a little cuter by following these 5 unusual pets.
The average house cat in Singapore probably leads an easy life, with days consisting of just eating, grooming, pooping and sleeping. You might think they don’t have much to be stressed about. But if you’ve been feeling stressed out lately, your cat can tell by picking up on stress cues from you! Spending time relaxing with your cats can help to calm both yourself and your cat. Here are some relaxation techniques to bust the stress for both of you.
Black Dog and Cat Syndrome (collectively known as Black Pet Syndrome) refers to the phenomenon that many animal shelters experience when it comes to adopting out black dogs and black cats. They are often the last to be adopted. Find out why so many people are averse to adopting a black pet, and what we can do to combat it.