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Why cat videos are good for you

According to a new study from Indiana University, there’s more to be gained from watching cat videos than a few LOLs. Researchers found that watching cat videos can actually boost energy levels, heighten positive emotions, and decrease negative emotions. It…

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Helping Dogs with Thunder Phobia

Why is my dog so terrified of thunder? Fear of loud noises is common in dogs and arises from their natural instinct to survive. When they face a threatening situation (strange sound, strange animal, strange person, etc.), fear is nature’s…

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June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month!

According to the ASPCA, approximately 3.4 million cats enter shelters every year in the US – and of those, only 100,000 are reunited with owners, another 1.3 million are adopted – and a heartbreaking 1.4 million cats are euthanized in…

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Does your cat go nuts at night?

It’s the middle of the night and the “Kitty 500” has begun – the cats are running top-speed through the house, bringing toys to the bedroom, jumping on the bed, and possibly even attacking your ears or toes. What is…

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Pets Get Arthritis Too

May is National Arthritis Awareness Month! It’s meant for humans – but it’s a good time to talk about our pets, too. The term “arthritis” is an umbrella term that refers to over 100 rheumatic diseases, but when most of us…

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Preventing Outdoor Pet Poisoning

When preparing the yard for spring, there are some dangers to our pets in surprising places. But with a little bit of planning, you can have a beautiful garden that is safe for your pets. Pet Poisons: Blossoms, Belly Aches,…

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Cats Can Get Heartworms Too

April is National Heartworm Awareness Month, so here’s something you need to be aware of: Contrary to popular belief, dogs are not the only pets that can get heartworms. Cats get heartworms, too. How do cats become infected with heartworms? Cats…

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