Showing posts with label Cats. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cats. Show all posts

Epic Musical "Cats" Reveals Brand New Trailer

You’re invited to the most joyful event of the holiday season. Watch the brand new trailer for Universal Pictures’ epic musical Cats now.

In Philippine cinemas January 08, Cats is distributed in the Philippines by United International Pictures through Columbia Pictures.  Follow us on Facebook at; Twitter at  and Instagram at Use the hashtag #CatsMovie 

Taylor Swift, Andrew Lloyd Webber Write New Original Song for Universal Pictures' "Cats"

Today, Universal Pictures announced that global music icon Taylor Swift and legendary composer Andrew Lloyd Webber have collaborated on a new, original song written for Universal Pictures’ film Cats, based on Lloyd Webber’s record-shattering stage musical. The song, “Beautiful Ghosts,” will feature in both the film and in the end credits.

Cats, in Philippine theaters January 8, is directed by Oscar®-winning filmmaker Tom Hooper (Les Misérables, The King’s Speech), and stars Swift, James Corden, Judi Dench, Jason Derulo, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, Ian McKellen, Rebel Wilson and Royal Ballet principal dancer Francesca Hayward.  

Behold the New Posters for "Dora," "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," "Playing with Fire" & "Cats"

Beloved characters and  global superstars take the spotlight in newly unveiled one-sheet artworks for four of the year’s most highly awaited -- the family comedies Dora and the Lost City of Gold and Playing with Fire, the nostalgia trip Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood and the epic musical Cats.

Check out the posters below and watch Dora and the Lost City of Gold in Philippine cinemas on August 14, to be followed by Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood on August 28, Playing with Fire in November and Cats in January 2020.

All four films are distributed in the Philippines by Columbia Pictures.  Use the hashtags #DoraMovie, #OnceUponATimeInHollywood, #PlayingWithFireMovie and #CatsMovie   

About Dora and the Lost City of Gold

An internationally beloved heroine springs to life on the big screen in Paramount Pictures’ Dora and the Lost City of Gold, the feature film debut of Dora the Explorer, the iconic Latinx trailblazer whose exploits have delighted parents and children alike since her 2000 Nickelodeon debut

Spotting the difference between dogs and cats

Do pet owners recognize the important differences between dogs and cats? While many of us may notice the physical and behavioral differences, there are distinct internal metabolic variations that impact their nutritional needs, as well. These have important implications for a pet’s diet.

Experts recommend owners to give their pets food that are specially formulated to supply their nutritional needs. Pet owners must never give a dog cat food or vice-versa because a dog’s nutritional needs differ from a cat’s nutritional requirements. As the voice of the US pet food and treat makers, the Pet Food Institute shares some of the major differences between a dog and cat’s diet.

Pet Lovers Will Enjoy AnimaLife TV With Divine and Tim!

Having a pet is also as fun and hard as being a parent to children. And Pinoys love their pets as many would have a dog or a cat in their homes. The good news is there is a new show for animal lovers that is proudly hosted by "Pet-rents" Tim Yap and Divine Lee, it is AnimaLife TV  to be shown on GMA News TV.

AnimalLife TV is a kid-friendly animal show that promises to capture its viewers with a fresh and exciting take on the world of animals.Yap and Lee unleash their sweet spot for animals unbeknownst to many, revealing a persona that is more than what meets the eye.

Most recipes for cooking up trouble -Taking out the myth in the reality of feeding homemade pet food to your furry friend

One myth about pets that has emerged in recent years is that homemade food is superior to commercial products. Numerous recipes can be found on the Internet for homemade pet food, and several books have been published about the benefits of homemade food for dogs and cats. The reality is that the actual benefits of such concoctions do not measure up to the rhetoric.

Pet owners may think that cooking special meals for their pet is the way to show their love, but experts stress that nutritional deficiencies may arise because most of the recipes for homemade pet food do not provide the vitamins, minerals or other key nutrients their pet needs to stay healthy.

Most pet food products on the market are designed to provide total nutrition for pets. Such complete and balanced products contain the right balance of protein, fat, fiber and carbohydrates. Complete and balanced products provide between 42 and 48 required nutrients, including specific vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and amino acids. "Balancing all of those nutrients is complex, but that work is the day in and day out responsibility of commercial pet food manufacturer” said Dr. Angle Thompson president of Thompson Pet Tech.

A recent study conducted by a team of researchers at the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine analyzed 200 different recipes for home prepared dog foods. Recipes were selected from websites, veterinary textbooks and pet care books. The findings were startling: 95 percent of the recipes were deficient in least one essential nutrient, and 84 percent were lacking in multiple required nutrients.

Dr. Jennifer Larsen, a board-certified veterinary nutritionist and one of the veterinarians who conducted the study, explained the challenge of developing a diet for homemade dog food, "Formulation of a balanced recipe is a computer driven process, since complex calculations are necessary to ensure appropriate amounts of each of 40+ essential nutrients are provided. It is difficult for the average pet owner — or even veterinarians — to do this without training and expertise in the various aspects of pet nutrition.” The study found that even recipes authored by veterinarians had significant problems with nutritional adequacy. However, although board certified veterinary nutritionists wrote only four of the recipes, all of these were found to be balanced.

What Makes A Good Pet Owner?

For many owners, pets are considered to be part of the family. Pets play the role as a loyal companion and a source of happiness. While there are many benefits to having a furry friend, there are obligations owners must attend to. Pet ownership is a big duty because the life of the pet relies on the owner’s care. One of the most important factors in raising a pet is lifestyle. In addition, it is important to ensure a pet receives the nutrition it needs for a long, healthy and happy life.

Before taking a furry companion home or saying thanks to a friend who gave that puppy as present, take time to look in the mirror and see if that future pet owner has got what it takes to be a good one. The Well Fed, Well Nurtured campaign of the Pet Food Institute and the Veterinary Practitioners Association of the Philippines is steadfast in promoting responsible pet ownership through proper nutrition and proper pet care. As experts in veterinary practices, pet nutrition and pet care, PFI and VPAP suggest the following as best practices that every good pet owner would find helpful in caring for their pets.

Wonder Pets: Loyalty, Heroism and Unconditional Love

It’s always a wonderful treat for pet owners to feel that warm compassion from pets. Their devotion is unwavering especially because it is rooted from the owners’ love and care. While pets are naturally and unconditionally affectionate, it is important to improve the human-pet connection through responsible upbringing.

Pet Food Institute (PFI), the voice of the US pet food industry, believes that good nutrition leads to a healthy experience and long life for both owners and pet cats and dogs. With its Well-fed, Well-nurtured campaign geared towards responsible pet ownership through proper nutrition and care, PFI urges pet owners to practice responsible pet care as the key foundation in building a good relationship.

A sPETacular Summer for You and Your Pet

There is no better season to enjoy the outdoors than the summer. Picnics, barbecues, pool parties and basking in the sun are only some of the fun-filled activities to do in the summer, and these become even more enjoyable with your furry companions. While the season brings the opportunity to have fun and bond with your cat or dog, it also brings the high temperatures that may expose your pet to several health risks.

With its renewed commitment to engage the Filipinos in responsible pet ownership through good nutrition and pet care, the Pet Food Institute’s Well-Fed, Well-Nourished campaign shares some tips on how to make each summer destination safe and fun for your pets.

Pet Weight Watch 2014: Good pet nutrition for all year long

Manila, Philippines –With a renewed commitment to reinforcing good pet health through proper nutrition, the Pet Food Institute (PFI) is set to further engage Filipino pet owners in its Well-Fed, Well-Nurtured campaign with a few tips aimed at leading pets to a healthy lifestyle.

Weigh In

Apart from monitoring a pet’s food intake, assessing its weight regularly is one of the principal steps in supporting good pet health. Pets become increasingly exposed to obesity and other common nutritional diseases when they do not follow an appropriate diet and lack physical activity. Evaluating the pet’s weight regularly can help ensure that it remains at an ideal weight to reduce the risk of developing serious health problems such as heart disease, breathing problems, diabetes, and cancer.

A Furry Buddy’s Guide to Christmas

Public awareness campaign shares practical holiday gift ideas for pets

The Christmas season spells the celebration of joy and gratitude for the gift of companionship from loyal pet cats and dogs. With Christmas day just around the corner, nothing says love better than a parade of presents for your pets. The Pet Food Institute’s (PFI) Well-fed, Well-nurtured campaign shares a few gift ideas to share the holiday cheer with your furry companions.