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When Your Cat Won’t Use the Litter Box

April 28th, 2004

It happens on your linoleum floor. Or worse, on your carpet. Your cat has done her litter-box business somewhere other than in the litter box.Why? And what can you do?

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Dental Care for Dogs and Cats

April 28th, 2004

They didn’t have (or need) toothbrushes. For the ancestors of our dogs and cats, chewing through bone and skin of wild prey accomplished the same purpose. Unlike their wild ancestors, though, domesticated dogs and cats generally eat food that’s gentle on their teeth and gums. Without the workout that the teeth and gums need, dental problems typically develop after the first few years of life.

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Cat and Dog Ear problems: Ear Mites and Infections

February 28th, 2004

Fluffy and Fido are scratching, shaking, and rubbing their heads and ears. It looks like ear mites…or ear infections. Both are common with cats and dogs, but how can you tell the difference, and what can you do about the problem?

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Animal Rescue Organizations: Where Hearts Keep on Giving

February 28th, 2004

Some have been abused. They may have lived in real homes until their families lost interest in them, and they were discarded like old toys. The luckier ones lived with people who loved them but were no longer able to take care of them. They came from humane societies or crowded animal shelters, or were found on the street. All of them are waiting at a pet rescue for a new home, where they can love and be loved in return.Starting over isn’t easy, but in the success stories at animal rescue organization websites, you can read how dogs, cats, guinea pigs, horses, and other animals adapted to their new homes and families. And when we change animals’ lives by giving them a second chance, they change our lives too.

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Artists Killing Animals For ‘Art’

January 27th, 2004

Some artists have taken to killing animals in the name of what they call art. In May of 2003, an art student at the Victorian College of the Arts in Australia killed a live chicken as part of a performance piece done in front of his class.

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Tokyo Residents Paying to Play with Cats

January 27th, 2004

Cat Bag, a new commercial venture in Tokyo, Japan that charges people approximately $5 to play with cats, is proving to be very successful.”People may think cats are common because they used to be everywhere,” Makoto Suematsu, the proprietor, told an Asahi Newspaper reporter. “However, cats are not familiar animals anymore. There are many people who want to have a cat, but are not able to do so.”

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