Thanksgiving Full Moon!, dangerous foods for cats and dogs, gratitude

This is an archived issue of our Companion email newsletter.

Daily Newsletter for Thursday, November 22, 2018


Orchards have shared their treasures,
The fields, their yellow grain,
So open wide the doorway--
Thanksgiving comes again


Thursday, November 22, 2018
326th day of the year

Boris Becker (tennis player) was born on this day in 1967.
Mary Kay Ash (entrepreneur) died on this day in 2001.

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Thanksgiving Moon!

Full Moon for November 2019
Here’s all you need to know about the full Moon for November—also, called the Full Beaver Moon. Find Moon phase dates, best days, Moon lore, and more!


Are you looking for the perfect holiday gift?!

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Cosmic Gratitude

Cosmic Gratitude on Thanksgiving
Most of us have a lot to be thankful for. It would be nice to hold a Thanksgiving star party, where astronomers could rattle off their own special reasons to be grateful. I’ll go first.


No pipes to freeze.

With no water and drains required, there are no pipes to freeze during the cold winter months. Learn more about Incinolet and change the way you think about toilets.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving Day 2019
In Canada, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the second Monday in October. In the United States, it’s celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. Why do we celebrate this all-important feast day? Enjoy a brief history of the holiday, Thanksgiving trivia, delicious recipes, folklore, and more!
Peterson's Songbird Coasters

Set of four coasters featuring the exquisite artwork of avian artist Roger Tory Peterson.
Dangerous Foods for Dogs

Thanksgiving Foods Your Dog Can and Can’t Eat
Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate and spend time with friends and family. For many people, this also includes the family dog, but what traditional holiday foods are safe for Fido to snack on and which are a big no-no? Here are pooch-approved foods—what you can (and can’t) feed dogs from the family feast.
Holiday Dish Towels

Festive and cheery! Nicely made, easy-care cotton.
Dangerous Foods for Cats

Best and Worst Thanksgiving Foods for Cats
This Thanksgiving, as you’re preparing the family feast, don’t forget about your favorite feline friends. There are a number of human foods that are safe for cats, but many others that are best left out of a food bowl.
Chala Cell Phone Cross Body Purses

Fun and functional! Perfect size for carrying most cell phones, cash, ID, and a few credit cards. Very nicely made and features adjustable straps.