Posts Tagged “Cats”

5 Study Tips For Your Vet Exam

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5 Study Tips For Your Vet Exam

by Auby Jain   Exam time can be hectic for any student. Moreover, such cumbersome schedules can occur in any field. If you are preparing for veterinarian profession, then you will have to study for the exams as well. Thus, this post will share certain tips and methods to prepare for veterinary exams. Do note…

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How to Choose a Name for Your Pet

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How to Choose a Name for Your Pet

by Ink Elves   When getting a pet, choosing a new name for them can be hard. You want a name that suits them, and you may have many ideas or none at all. You may also be in disagreement with your family or partner in what to call your new pet. Whether you have a…

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Ways Pets Can Help People with a Mental Illness

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Ways Pets Can Help People with a Mental Illness

by Jessica Brody   Mental illness is a condition that wreaks havoc with your feelings, thoughts and mood. It makes it difficult to function in day-to-day life. Early treatment and cooperation with those who are aiding in your recovery can help you overcome the obstacles of mental illness. In the past, doctors believed that animals…

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Podcast-De-Flea With No Chemicals, Meds, Or Insecticides-here is how

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Podcast-De-Flea With No Chemicals, Meds, Or Insecticides-here is how

The inventor of Hostguard, a flea detector and destroyer system using nothing but natural materials with no harmful chemicals, joins us. For both dog owners and cat owners. This system attracts the fleas and traps them where they die in their tracks unable to move, using no chemicals of any kind or anything residual.  Safe…

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Cat Recovered From Scabies Has a Unique Look

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Cat Recovered From Scabies Has a Unique Look

Rouge was discovered with an advanced case of feline scabies which left her ears shrunken down and after she lost the hair on her head, it grew back white leaving Rouge with a unique look.   The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA in Burlingame, California took in this two year old female as a stray…

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Kitten With Four Ears and Deformed Eye Rescued

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Kitten With Four Ears and Deformed Eye Rescued

Frankie is a 10 week old kitten found in Melbourne, Australia under a house with his brother. He has a rare genetic mutation that gives him four ears! One of his eyes was badly deformed and needed to be surgically removed. Frankie was brought to Geelong Animal Welfare Society, and eventually adopted by new owner…

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Teaching Your Child to Love and Respect Pets

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Teaching Your Child to Love and Respect Pets

  by Traci Elizabeth   Children are curious and excited by exploring the world around them. Teaching them how to have pets, is a wonderful experience, and a natural gift of life. I grew up in a suburban environment that was still wild… with snakes slithering across streets in the spring, butterflies and birds in…

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10 Things Almost All Animal Lovers Do

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10 Things Almost All Animal Lovers Do

by Jade Elouise   In the US alone, approximately 78 million dogs and 85.8 million cats are owned. Of course, that’s no surprise: Who doesn’t love animals? However, it’s safe to say that some people are a lot more animal obsessed than others. You might consider yourself a true animal fan, because you love your pets…

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Would you be my valentine?

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Would you be my valentine?

  I need a cuddle how about you? Tweet

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Cat with 28 toes!

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Cat with 28 toes!

MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota — We all know that cats have nine-lives and 20 toes, but there’s one special cat in Minnesota named “Paws” that has 28 toes, which ties a Guinness Book world record. Paws is a polydactyl cat. She has three extra toes on each forepaw and one extra on her back paws. Owner Jeanne…

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