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Day: January 2, 2017

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Outdoor Cat Toys

January 2, 2017

Jacque Lynn Schultz, CPDT, Companion Animal Programs Adviser, National Outreach, APSCA Autumn is slowly making way for Old Man Winter, and your concern is steadily growing for the stray cat who settled into your backyard last summer. Homeless Hildegarde has been enjoying your fresh-air hospitality under the deck all season, but with cold weather approaching, […]

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Easy Diy Cat Tree

January 2, 2017

Easy Diy Cat Tree. What do pipe cleaners, bread bag tags and paper bags have in common? They are all playthings that prove that you don’t need to spend big to keep your cat happy. That’s why we are serving up a list of the best DIY cat furniture! We promise, your cat will appreciate […]

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Cat Bad Breath Home Remedy

January 2, 2017

Has your cat been smelling strange? It could be due to poor hygiene or health issues. If your cat is smelling bad, you should try to figure out the cause of the odors, and make sure to get it taken care of. Here are some simple methods to help you get rid of your cat’s […]

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Cat Skid Steer Specs

January 2, 2017

Caterpillar Research and Innovation Begins With You At Caterpillar we listen to our customers. Always have. We understand every jobsite has its own unique challenges. That’s why we offer many Skid Steer Loader Models from which to choose including our 272D XHP Skid Steer Loader with a Rated Operation Capacity up to 3,700lbs. Whether you’re […]

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Mri Cat Scan

January 2, 2017

Mri Cat Scan. The following article was written by Christopher P. Hess, M.D., Ph.D, and Derk Purcell, M.D, Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at UCSF. The complexity of the organ that determines how a person thinks, moves, feels, and remembers is overshadowed only by its unique vulnerability. The brain […]

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Cat Parasite Brain

January 2, 2017

videoPhotoCaption = ”; disableMainMedia = false; (Getty Images) A parasite commonly found in cat litter has been found to permanently alter the brains of mice, making them perpetually fearless of their natural predators, cats. A new study published today in PLOS ONE Journal examined the behavior of mice after being infected with the toxoplasma gondii […]

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Cat Doors For Sliding Glass Doors

January 2, 2017

The most common are “General Purpose” models intended to adapt to virtually any sliding glass door. They normally come in a variety of sizes and may be “spring-loaded” for easy put-in and take-out or they may be toe-nailed in your track. The “spring-loads” are the most popular and common.In recent years vinyl framed sliding glass […]

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