World's Largest Dog, 10 Weird Ways to Remember Your Pet, and More!Published July 29, 2011
Dance Cats: Furry Dance Cats
So it's Friday, and that means that, no matter how hard you try, you are already checked out for the weekend. So why not spend a little time surfing the Net doing what is clearly everyone's favorite past time--finding pictures of cats!
Seriously though--it's gotten to the point that some people need their "cat fix." And we've found a blog that provides it for you: Furry Dance Cats. If you're looking to follow the lives of cats in cyberspace, and interested in cats who have a certain sentimental attachment to the age of disco, then this is the blog for you. Check them out and get that cute fix that we all need when Friday rolls around.
10 Weird Ways to Remember Your Deceased Pet: Embrace Pet Community
Need we say more? This blog has provided a gem of a story--10 weird ways to remember your pets who have passed on to the next life. Maybe you've done one of these or will try one of these in the future, which we hope is not very soon!
Blog Suggestion: Pawcurious
If you're looking for a laid back blog on dogs, then this might be a good place for you to visit. Not really a news-y place, but more of a lifestyle relaxation type site. Just a suggestion for the Digest faithful looking to clear their minds this Friday!
World's Largest Dog, Scared of Smaller Dogs: Dogster
This is a pretty hilarious story coming out of Dogster. As the title implies, the world's largest dog, a Great Dane named George, is somehow scared of smaller dogs. Seems like his size still doesn't mean he's not emotionally sensitive to other dogs. What a gentle giant!
Adoptable Pet of the Week: Jackson
This week's adoptable pet is Jackson, an Australian cattle dog / Labrador Retriever mix. He's only 18 months old, and is already up-to-date on all of his shots and other medical procedures. If you're in the NY area, be sure to give this guy a chance. He's too cute to pass up!