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(Picture Credit: zsv3207/Getty Images) Scientists have developed an online quiz to measure cat psychopathy. That’s right, you can find out just how much a psychopath your cat actually is! Ultimately, the goal of this quiz is for feline parents to identify and adjust less-than-favorable traits in order to decrease abandonment. According to CNET, researchers out
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(Stock Picture Credit: Jill Birschbach/Getty Images) Deborah and Jonathan Vaughn chose homelessness over giving up their beloved cat, Wubdabewy. According to Dallas News, the couple recently relocated to Texas to be closer to family. However, they had no means for lodging and shelters, refused admittance because of their cat. Wubdabewy, pronounced like “rub the belly”
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@felixjaimes9Tenants moved out and left their cat behind. #catsoftiktok #KraftMacMeSkip #SimsSelves #realestateinvesting #buyandholdrealestate #abandonedcat original sound – user8019181143846 A Texas real-estate investor has set the feline lovers of TikTok ablaze with a video of what he thought was an abandoned cat, reports Newsweek. When walking through an apartment vacated by a tenant, he found the
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(Picture Credit: Jacques Julien/Getty Images) After a resurgence in Oregon of feline panleukopenia, or feline distemper virus, local veterinarians and shelters are stressing the importance of vaccinations. The uptick in cases could create a domino effect from limited care availability during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you should know about this virus and how to
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(Illustrative Picture Credit: RapidEye/Getty Images) Penny, a 101-year-old resident of Catawba County, North Carolina, recently needed a new companion after her previous cat passed away. So, her family reached out to their local Humane Society with a unique request — to adopt an elderly cat. Unfortunately, the adoption of an elderly cat is so exceptionally
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(Picture Credit: Photo by Laurie Cinotto/Getty Images) Typically, when rescuers and authorities discover a cat hoard, it’s a rather nasty situation. However, that wasn’t the case in Katanning, Pennsylvania, where a disabled veteran and his wife took in 61 unneutered and unspayed cats over time while feeding and providing litter for all of them. But
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(Picture Credit: Alx Nachev / EyeEm/Getty Images) Declawing cats was only ever a flawed, human, quick-fix for a misunderstood — or, completely not understood — issue. Now, animal behavior experts in Pittsburg are fighting the good fight in order to abolish the practice, alongside city officials. $500 fine for declawing a cat in Pittsburgh https://t.co/mSKSnYwxZP
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