Dog News

WayCoolCats! WayCoolCats!

Update: Unfortunately we had to shut down for now. Perhaps it will reopen again at a later date. Sorry for any inconvenience or disappointment.

Shh…..there will soon be a sister web site to WayCoolDogs, and not even the dogs know about it yet!

WayCoolCats. Remember it and tell your cats. Send in pictures of your feline babies to and we will add our two liners!

I read a book (I quote this wonderful book all the time. My apologies!) called “When Elephants Weep,” by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson and Susan McCarthy. A section on page 31 read, “Many dog lovers seem to enjoy believing that cats are selfish, unfeeling creatures who heartlessly use their deluded owners, compared with loving, loyal and naive dogs.”

Now, this may or may not be true. A lot depends on whether a person is a dog lover or a cat lover, or if they like animals at all. Or, like us, we love them all. But true to their style and personality, cats are independent little varmints who will give ANY dog a run for its dog bones just for the sheer fun of it.

WayCoolCats will begin running sometime after Thanksgiving, filled with articles on the best cat foods for senior cats, cat costumes and everyday outfits, various health articles, cat behavior and training (HA!), cat food for diabetic cats, natural health for felines, and lots of cat pictures! If you have any ideas, send them on in.

Even though pets are prime targets of anthropomorphism, both accepted and non-accepted by scientists, we feel our dogs and cats are closer to being human than humans themselves. Our websites represent the best side of cats and dogs, so sit back and relax with WayCoolDogs until the cats enter the picture.

After that, it is hard telling what will happen!

Previous post

A Dog Story: A Small and Dainty Doberman by the Name of Curly

Next post

Pet Dog Kennels in the Winter


  1. April 17, 2013 at 7:27 pm — Reply

    Send me Waycoolcats e-mails too

    • April 17, 2013 at 10:48 pm — Reply

      Charlene … to contact either or just email me at I checked out your website and admire it much. I liked it on Facebook and Twitter to share with my readers also.

      Thank you,
      Nancy Houser

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *