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Rob Watson
The creative process is my life.
The creative process is my life.
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Local "Catio" Tour Demonstrates Creative and Effective Protection for Cats
Street sign Our local SPCA and Native Animal Rescue organizations along with volunteers and 11 area cat enclosure "catio" owners - including our location - band together to have Santa Cruz County's first annual Catio Tour. We opened our catio creations to t...

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The latest crop of young Gray Squirrels this year try to "bust" our squirrel-buster bird feeder to no avail.

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Low-cost ways to protect your cat - In Progress
Commercial "catio" enclosures, components, cat-proof fencing, fence toppers and kennels can be expensive. Even DIY projects require materials and tools. Many loving cat owners don't have the resources or technical ability to construct elaborate outdoor safe...

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Welcome to Rob's stuff on the web!
Facebook  - My Facebook page. LinkedIn  - My LinkedIn profile. Local Light  Photography  - Central California and other subjects. Videos  - Movies and videos I've made for fun. CatCluez Blog  - Creative solutions and product reviews for cat-oriented househo...

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Kitty Porch Protects Indoor Cats from Undesireables
This weekend project is fun to do, looks good and protects your indoor or semi-indoor kitties while affording them a taste of the outside world. There are commercial products like this which can be purchased for hundreds of dollars and have limited customiz...

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$10 Kitchen Gadget Makes Quick Work of Cat Treat Chopping
We feed our cats only pure meat treats - usually freeze-dried salmon, duck or turkey. We use treats for a "garnish" on our cats' regular food, to make it more interesting to them. This usually means crumbling the small crispy treats by hand which can get me...

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Eliminate your pet's dry food NOW if you love them
I've talked about this before,  and my convictions come from personal experience. I want to stress how important it is for your cat (or dog) to avoid eating dry food (kibble). Dry pet food is not really food, it causes long-term health problems, many of whi...

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