Shelters are full of old, unwanted animals no one wants. Or almost no one ... Here are the heroes giving cats and dogs their final homes
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Dogs communicate through tail-wagging, and humans may have selected for the trait during domestication
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Rats are less pestilent and more lovable than we think. Can we learn to live with them?
Maybe your cat loves you. Maybe it would kill you if it could.
“That one in there—he just sits and hisses.” The school caretaker pointed to a hole underneath the old building. I crouched down, peered in, and said, “Hello there,” to the dirty, scrawny little ca…
Outdoor cats are considered one of the worst invasive species by ecologists. And humans are bitterly torn over how to respond.
As with so many other goods, the price of all purebred and designer dogs skyrocketed when the pandemic started. This led to an increase in dognappings and other dog-related crimes.
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