A whistle and pepper spray might sound like good ideas, but they can be hard to grab when you need them. The bSafe app turns your phone into a one-touch alarm that alerts loved ones and shares your location. There’s even a “Fake Call” button so you can abort a bad date less awkwardly.
A casement window combined with a sash window provides an extra layer of safety in a kid's bedroom in Brooklyn. The narrow window also offers a nice solution for bringing more light into a small space where two traditional windows won't fit.
As cats age, their mobility decreases. A litter box with high walls may be challenging—or even painful—for your senior to navigate. And that’s when a cat will find somewhere else to go in the house. Make sure your senior has a really wide and low litter box, such as the PetSafe Simply Clean Litter Box with wall cutouts.
To keep the pool separate fro the walkway to the Zen Garden, designers added a simple, modern fence that runs halfway around the pool. The fence helps keep the space safe for kids, but doesn't obstruct the beautiful view from the pool.
Papers you are keeping for long term storage are generally the most important, but you don’t need them at your fingertips. If you don’t have a safety deposit box, keep your most important documents in a fire-resistant box.
If changing multiple water stations sounds exhausting, invest in a running water fountain such as the PetSafe Drinkwell Pagoda Fountain. Cats love running water and the ceramic carafe keeps water filtered and fresh.