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Woman Charged With Animal Cruelty After 210 Cats Found

A southwest Michigan woman has been charged with animal cruelty after authorities took away more than 210 cats that were found in two of her homes.
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Company Offering Employees $300 for Pet Adoption And 'Pawternity' Leave

A Texas-based company knows the importance of pets in their employees’ lives, so they are offering $300 annually for any employee who adopts a new pet, as well as offering a ‘pawternity leave.’
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Study Makes Link Between People and Pets Who Test Positive for COVID-19

Early results from a study out of Texas A&M show a connection between households with positive COVID cases in Texas and their pets carrying the virus.
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Purrfect: Old Dominion Reveals Why They Made an All-'Meow' Album

The lockdown, now in its sixth month since the beginning of stay-at-home recommendations took effect, has been causing some folks to go a little stir-crazy, while others have flourished. Country band Old Dominion is going through a little of both.
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Get Your Paws Off That Hand Sanitizer — Why You Shouldn't Disinfect Your Dog's Feet

As we enter our new normal, we can all agree that hand sanitizer, face masks, and disinfectant wipes have become the new checklist. Experts warn about putting hand sanitizer on dogs’ paws.
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Cat Rescued After Having Head Stuck in Jar for 2 Weeks

A stray cat has finally been rescued after suffering with its head stuck in a jar for two weeks. The New Zealand cat, who is now called Peanut, was initially spotted in someone’s backyard with the contraption wrapped around his head.
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World’s Oldest Cat Dies at 31

A cat named Rubble, who is believed to be the world’s oldest, has died. He was 31.The fluffy orange Maine coon became the oldest living feline after turning 31 last year.
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How to Keep Your Pets Safe on July 4

If you decide to bring along your furry friends for the Fourth of July festivities, there are certain safety concerns you must keep in mind.
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‘Bunny Ebola’ Virus Is Killing Thousands of Rabbits Across U.S.

There is now a highly-contagious virus burning through domestic and wild rabbit populations across at least seven states. It’s been dubbed “bunny ebola,” but its real name is rabbit hemorrhagic disease.
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How to Care for a Pet You Adopted During the COVID-19 Pandemic

When animal shelters tried to find foster homes for pets during the coronavirus pandemic, volunteers across the United States were interested. Here is how you can foster or adopt a pet during this global crisis.
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