Press Release. November news
CatChannel Exclusive - CAT FANCY Editors' Choice
Love2Pet is one of the CAT FANCY
editors' favorite products of 2008.
Editor Susan Logan
(front left) lives in Irvine, Calif., with a Ragdoll
named Chloe and a Tonkinese named Chamois. She first fell
in love with cats at age 5 and loves that her career
centers around these amazing creatures.
Managing Editor Sandy Meyer (front
right) has lived with cats since her first calico,
Fluffy, at the tender age of 5. Now she shares her Lake
Forest, Calif., home with a Manx-mix anemd Tripper, and
her first book about cats "Kittens: A Guide to Caring for
Your Kitten," came out this year.
Associate Web Editor Laura Lee Bloor (back
left) has two cats, Mrs. Bigglesworth and Hannie, who
chose to stay in Ohio to keep her mother company. Laura
Lee lives in San Clemente, Calif., and loves working on
our newly launched CatChannel.com.
Assistant Editor Lindsay Hanks (back
right) lives in Laguna Niguel, Calif., and is looking
forward to adding a new cat to her household because her
sister took Zoe, the family cat, with her when she moved
Press Release. September news
Binghamton, NY – September 22, 2007 -
R.F. Enterprises has
introduced a new grooming tool for both dogs and cats that
combines both a stainless steel de-shedding brush with a rake
brush. Both brushes are incorporated into the unit; to change
brushes, users need only flip over the Love2Pet tool.
Love2Pet is specially designed to remove coat hair without
breaking it. The de-shedding brush grabs and removes loose
undercoat hair while cutting it and the rake brush quickly and
safely removes any remaining hair. The result is a smoother,
healthier coat for any pet.
Love2Pet features a special rubber handle that is designed to
fit comfortably in the pet owner’s hand. The unique design of the
handle, plus the fact that Love2Pet combines two brushes, means
that users can groom their pets more easily and with less brush
Love2Pet can be used on dogs and cats of all sizes. It is
particularly beneficial for dogs with undercoats and can help
reduce the chance of feline hairballs and the associated health
products. Tests show that Love2Pet removes as much as 95% of loose
pet hair. It is recommended that owners use the rake weekly and
the de-shedding once every six to eight weeks.
Love2Pet is available online at
Love2Pet.us store It also will be featured in many exibitions
and malls in USA.Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price: $30.00 Contact
Binghamton, NY – September 25, 2007
California pet lover has founded an internet radio station
designed to ease the lives of lonely dogs and cats around the
Styled as "the radio station all pets prefer",
DogCatRadio.com goes out live 17 hours each day from a van in the
car park of a Los Angeles recording studio.
DJs speak to pets directly, and ask "pet
parents" to send in pictures.
Founder Adrian Martinez, 34, says the station
aims to keep pets company while their "parents" head out to work.
DogCatRadio's daily play list ranges from the
soothing sounds of wispy Irish singer Enya to Elvis Presley's
classic anthem, Hound Dog.
In between tracks, Mr Martinez and his fellow
DJs offer practical advice to pet owners, plus a liberal
sprinkling of the station's signature sound - barks and miaows.
Housebound hounds chewing their way through the
family furniture come in for an occasional ribbing.
Mr Martinez, an independent record producer,
hopes that many of his audience will be listening in while at home
alone, albeit with a little help from their human friends.
"My cat, Snickers, asked me to do it," Mr
Martinez told the New York Times.
Faced with a nervous, restless cat at home one
day, Mr Martinez discovered that Snickers calmed down almost as
soon as he turned up the background music a little.
Quickly realising how happy Snickers was with a
regular slice of 1980s rock, Mr Martinez set up DogCatRadio to
spread the message.
"I wanted to do something for the pet
community," he said.
The station, which claims 8,000 listeners each
week through its website, currently makes no money.
But the US pet industry is worth an estimated
$35bn (£19.7bn) annually, and Mr Martinez eventually hopes to
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