Young Woman Makes a Special Pouch For Her Cat to Take Him Traveling Around Italy – His Favorite Hobby
Bounty is a traveling cat who loves to discover new places. Snuggled up in his special backpack slung over owner Doina Muravschi, he has enjoyed cycling tours of Italy, mountaineering, and camping, all the while seeing sights that would make the front page of National Geographic. Just recently, Bounty has presumably become the first house […]
Most millennial cat owners will be familiar with the phrase âIf I fits, I sits,â used so often to caption delightful online images of cats attempting to squeeze into a box, drawer, bag, bowl, or other container. But if no such object were there, would cats still try to inhabit, say, inside a picture of […]
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While researchers have found that adding a shelter cat to the family can help lower stress and anxiety for children with autism, a new study shows that joining a family does wonders for the felines, too. “It’s not only important to examine how families of children with autism may benefit from these wonderful companion animals, […]
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It turns out that cats keep a mental map of their territory inside their heads which they can use to abstract out information. A recent study showed however that on the legend of that map, the largest icon is us: their owners. Cats track where their owners are at all times, a study from the […]
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Like the building itself, the cats which roam freely around the basement of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg have endured through changing fortunes. Originally brought into the massive Baroque building by Empress Elizabeth I to catch mice, the 65 felines have outlived and even replaced the Tsars which adopted them. Treated like royalty down in […]
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Meet Teddy, the adorable polydactyl cat who was born with extra toes that make his front paws look, like human hands. Three-year-old domestic shorthair Teddy is a polydactyl, which means he has extra toes on his hind feet and two thumbs which makes his front paws look like mittens. Teddy, who lives with his owner […]
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You’ve probably seen dogs tilt their head. It’s adorable, but why do they do it? According to scientists, it may be a sign of concentration and memory recall. Several animals, including humans, present an asymmetry in the way they move or perceive the environment through their senses. For instance, one can prefer an ear or […]
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In Istanbul, a city of 15 million people that’s famous for its relaxed attitude towards stray cats, groups of volunteers build elaborate houses for their feline neighbors. There, cats can find donated food and toys, cushions and boxes to keep them out of harsh weather, and even a new owner if they’re lucky. It all […]
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Dog owners might tell you their dog understands them better than most people. What they don’t know is the dog understands them probably better than even they realize. Researchers studying canine-human connections have found dogs can “catch” human emotions, and like children, dogs often look into their owners’ faces for clues about how to react […]
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DogsÂ can tell the difference between deliberate actionsâand mistakes, say scientists. It adds growing evidence to the idea that man’s best friend knows just how we are feeling. First author Dr Britta Schunemann said, “The dogs in our study clearly behaved differently depending on whether the actions of a human experimenter were intentional or unintentional.” Dogs […]
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