These cute felines won’t do any digging in your flower beds! They will, however, look adorable perched on your porch or nestled into your landscaping. These outdoor cat sculptures will delight feline fanatics with their lighthearted depictions, from the fur-like details to the expressive eyes.
Click here to view the outdoor cat sculptures shown below.
The On the Ready Cat Sculpture features an alert kitty with a curled tail, smoky taupe fur, and aqua eyes.
The Kisses of Love Cat Sculpture is a tender yet playful depiction of an orange mother cat with her two gray kittens.
The bird feeder shown below captures a characteristic feline trait: Natural Curiosity! The wide-eyed cat seems perplexed by the snail’s appearance, perhaps hoping a bird would stop by instead.
In the last sculpture, two Playful Friends, a cat and a turtle, seem to have had a little too much fun. The turtle is lying on his shell, exposing his belly, which acts as a solar light.
A special-needs pet is one with a physical disability, a chronic injury, or emotional/behavioral issues. Today, we celebrate special-needs pets and encourage animal lovers with plenty of compassion, time, and energy to consider adopting one. Here are a few points to ponder from Vetstreet:
1. First, research.
If there’s a special-needs pet that has captured your heart, be sure to research its issues thoroughly beforehand so you understand the care that is required. Talk to veterinarians, specialists, and owners of similar special-needs pets so that you can make the best choice for both of you, instead of a spur-of-the-moment decision.
2. Consider the financial commitment.
Be sure that you have the financial resources to properly care for a special-needs pet. Again, research the expenses associated with your prospective pet’s condition, including food, grooming, medical care, and special equipment.
3. Remember the time and energy involved.
You might not be bringing home a frisky puppy that’s going to romp all over the house, but a special-needs pet still requires your time and energy. Be sure that you have the patience to handle its physical limitations or extra needs, and that everyone in your family does as well.
4. Make sure you’re up to it, physically.
Not all special-needs pets are physically demanding, but be sure you have the strength and capability to care for one that is.
As long as you’re fully prepared to welcome a special-needs pet into your home and to accept the responsibilities involved, you can enjoy a loving, caring relationship with your new furry friend!