Month: December 2018

Advertisement As all cat parents know, our feline friends sometimes use their mouths to communicate with us – and not by talking! We’re referring to cat bites, which can range from a gentle nibble to a skin-breaking chomp. You may know your cat so well, you understand the reasons behind most of their mouthy behavior
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(Picture Credit: DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images) Most of our cats are happy staying indoors, but many kitties love playing in the snow. It may seem odd to think that a feline would enjoy getting their paws cold and wet, but cat logic is impossible for our human minds to understand. One cat even went so far
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(Picture Credit: Geshas/Getty Images) Some cats absolutely love the outdoors, even in winter. Other cats wouldn’t dream of getting their paws all wet and cold in the snow. However, we’ll never know which our cats are until we let them test that wet, white stuff out for themselves. The humans in this video responsibly keep
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Question: Why is my dog suddenly aggressive toward other dogs? Answer: Without meeting your dog, it’s impossible to know for sure. That said, here are some of the most common reasons dogs begin to show aggression toward other dogs: 1. The Dog Is Coming Into Adolescence Adolescent dogs are little fur-covered
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A family has been searching for their beloved cats since the devastating wildfire destroyed their home in Paradise, California. They refused to give up looking. Candice Baker Their son, Tyson (4 1/2), really missed his best friends – Optimus (black) and Bumblebee (tabby). Even though he knew they had lost his dad’s home, he gave
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Advertisement There’s nothing better than loving a cat – and nothing worse than the frustration that comes with being unable to tell them how much we care for them! Our cats may not understand our words, and they definitely don’t welcome being squished and kissed all over, but there are ways to say those three
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American White Pelican. Photo: Jim Chagares/Audubon Photography Awards This year, we faced another year of extraordinary drought and policy challenges. Nevertheless, this was a tremendous year for Audubon’s Western Water work. Together, with your support, we engaged the Colorado River Basin community in a Western Rivers Bird Count and worked with conservation NGOs, government agencies,
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Western Tanager. Photo: David Francy/Audubon Photography Awards Coming off the Colorado River Water Users Association conference in Las Vegas, southwest states have been issued a new deadline to complete the Drought Contingency Plan; otherwise, the federal government will step in. Remember, this Drought Contingency Plan is a suite of agreements detailing proactive actions designed to
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