Author Archives: Abby Rosenberg

Abby Rosenberg

Abby Rosenberg is a PetMeds employee and long-time cat lover. She was a volunteer for several years at a local no-kill cats only rescue shelter. This has prepared her for her most challenging role to date: secretary, photographer, social coordinator and treat dispenser for Daisy, and Daisy’s sidekick Harley. Daisy is a dilute calico Devon Rex cat, and Harley is a “cow-cat” who was adopted from the shelter where Abby volunteered. You can also find Abby on Google+.



Your cats have questions, Professor Daisy has answers

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Ohai! You might or might not know that January 22nd is National Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day. Because I am a Smart Cat, there is hardly anything I do not know. The few questions I did have were already answered last year. (You can study those answers AND see me with my Mommeh, here.) However, I know that other cats probably have many, many questions. So, I have decided to put on my lab coat and help answer your questions! Read More »

Help your pet sparkle on Dress Up Your Pet Day

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It’s almost that time, one of the most important days of the year: Dress Up Your Pet Day! This holiday is January 14th, so you still have time to get ready (if you begin your preparations now). This year I have selected a two-piece number with a flouncy skirt and polka-dotted trim. Now that I’m all dressed up, I wish there was a special parade or party I could attend. I’d look good atop a parade float!

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I know you will want your own dog or cat to look fabulous, too, so I recommend you begin by reading some of the tips I have compiled. I am certain these tips will help every cat and dog be best-dressed! And if you do not want to dress up your pet, you can still enjoy browsing through my fashion retrospective. Which outfit is your favorite?

The secret to successful New Year’s resolutions

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Happy New Year! I hope your new year is off to a great start. Most of us like to begin the year by making resolutions. Unfortunately, most of those good intentions are kicked to the curb because the resolutions are just too hard to keep. Do not worry, I have a solution! If you want to stick to your resolutions throughout the year, you just have to choose the right resolutions. You might be thinking, “Daisy, what are the correct resolutions?” I’m here to help! Read More »

Daisy’s Boxing Day fiasco

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Even though I am a little bit sad when Christmas is over, there is one consolation. The day after Christmas is one of my favorite days of the year, Boxing Day! This is a special day designed just for cats who enjoy boxes, so we can have a good time with all the leftover boxes from Christmas. At least, I’m pretty sure that’s what Boxing Day means. Let me tell you my Boxing Day tale of woe. After carefully perusing all the leftover boxes last week, I selected this box. It’s just the right size!  Read More »

Merry Christmas and a Harley New Year

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So, I put on my fanciest most sparkly holiday dress so I could make a beautiful holiday card for you. And because I am a Very Good Cat, I told Harley he could be in the card, too. This was a terrible mistake… Read More »

Daisy’s tips for a coal-free Christmas

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Are you ready for the holidays? Christmas is one of my favorite days of the year, on account of it is a special day where I get lots of toys and treats. But did you know that Santa Claws keeps a list of all cats and dogs, and he writes down if they have been naughty or nice? I am pretty certain that the nicer you are, the more presents you get! But I see a little problem with this system… sometimes I do bad things, but I still want to get lots of presents. Do not worry, I have worked out a solution for you! Read More »

Daisy the Curly Cat flips for YEOWWW! catnip toys

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I have many obligations, and one of the functions that I take very seriously is Official Toy Tester. Today I have cleared my busy schedule in order to test these YEOWWW! Catnip Toys, and provide you with my test results. I know, this is a difficult and challenging task but I take it on willingly. No need to thank me. Read More »

It’s not too late to enter to win prizes for National Mutt Day!

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You might be wondering why I’m wearing this pointy hat and scratchy beard. In fact, I’m kind of wondering the same thing myself! I don’t know how you longhaired cats do it, because this beard takes a lot of maintenance. But I digress… actually, I am getting ready play Santa Claws and tell you how you can enter to win some fun presents. How exciting! Read More »

National Flossing Day — the worst holiday, ever!

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Ohai! Even though I’m wearing my lab coat, I am not a dentist. I’m going to tell you about a holiday — Friday November 28th is National Flossing Day. Gross, right?! Most holidays are fun, and you get to open presents or eat delicious food. Not for this holiday! National Flossing Day is a day when people are encouraged to consider the role flossing plays in their dental health. So if you’re a human, I recommend you brush and floss every day. This could be the worst holiday in the world! The only thing worse though, is having poor dental health. Read More »

It’s National Unfriend Day– who will YOU unfriend?

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I’ll bet you didn’t know that today is National Unfriend Day, or “NUD.” This is a day when you are supposed to “Unfriend” those Facebook users who are not really your friends. I enjoy making friends more than losing friends, so this is a confusing holiday for me. And because I’m an Indoor Cat, I am not allowed to go around outside looking for friends; this means that I have many online friends. Even though I have never met them in person, or gone to a party with them, or even lounged around the house with them, I still think of them as friends. Read More »