Month: December 2021

(Picture Credit: cscredon/Getty Images) Depending on where you live, some places can get pretty cold in winter. Even with the heat blasting, indoor cats gotta keep warm. Luckily, our kitties are experts at cuddling and finding nice, warm spots to get toasty. Whether it’s with blankets, fireplaces, or snuggling, here are some kitties who know
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Stanford engineers developed the grasping robot based on studies of birds. (image by William Roderick) During our own childhoods, many of us only envisioned robots as plot material for Science Fiction novels. As the years progressed, the idea of a functional –and useful–robot of any kind slowly took hold, and science produced many variations of
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Winter starts on December 21st and lasts until March. It’s time to bring out the doggy boots, coats, and cold-weather gear to keep your pup from being miserable on those chilly walks. But some dog breeds aren’t miserable in the snowy weather at all! To them, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. They’re
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Image by Tomasz Proszek from Pixabay Fall is in full view, and winter is just ahead. With that, it’s time to approach an important part of our backyard bird-watching experience with the readying of advice. Summer celebrates the full array of birds that prefer various locations, but fall and winter are important as they present
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The Macaw Recovery Network (MRN) has a long history of saving parrots from the edge of extinction. Headquartered and registered in Costa Rica, it leads and executes an impressive number of growing projects. However, the larger admirable goal of MRN is to continue expanding its collaborative network and projects across the Americas. The name says
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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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