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Months after California wildfire, pets and owners reunited

November 4, 2018

Rhodes and her husband, Stephen Cobb, presumed Bella was dead. Devastated by their losses, they moved 1,800 miles (2,900 kilometers) to Rhodes’ hometown of Anchorage, Alaska, to start over. Nearly six weeks later, they got a call that left them gobsmacked: Bella was alive. Volunteers had put out a feeding station at Rhodes’ burned-out property, […]

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Why The Best Relationships Are The Ones That Never Actually Happened

November 3, 2018

Heidi Priebe Heidi is the author of The First New Universe, The Comprehensive ENFP Surivival Guide, and The Comprehensive INFP Surivival Guide. Let go now More From Thought Catalog

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13 Halloween Urban Legends That Refuse To Die

November 3, 2018

Lorenzo Jensen III Updated October 30, 2018 0 1. POISONED CANDY The most persistent Halloween urban legend of all is the idea that somewhere in your hometown lurks a sadist who’s poisoning the Halloween candy he’s giving out to random trick-or-treaters. In history, there’s only been one case of someone deliberately poisoning Halloween candy—but it […]

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Tool up for the midterms with this Facebook junk news aggregator

November 2, 2018

With the US midterms fast approaching purveyors of online disinformation are very busy indeed spreading their hyper-partisan junk on Facebook . Their goal: Skewing democratic outcomes by putting out misleading, deceptive or incorrect information that’s packaged as real news about politics, economics or culture — yet presented in a way that panders to prejudices and is […]

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Adder extinction fear over ‘image problem’

November 1, 2018

She said persecution – alongside loss of habitat – was a key reason behind the snake’s decline. “They’ve had a negative press for so long. People still go out and kill them, seeing them as a danger and something to be feared,” she said. “Obviously we can do survey work and try and protect them, […]

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Pets can judge time, study says

November 1, 2018

“There are many similarities between the brains of mice, cats, dogs and humans,” Dombeck told Fox News. “We all have a medial entorhinal cortex (the region we found that may act as an inner clock), so it’s logical to think that this brain region serves a similar function in all of these different species.” HERE’S […]

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Water monitor lizard spotted in front of Michigan home: ‘It freaked me out’

October 31, 2018

“Went to the front door ‘cause the cat was at it, I looked, I opened the front door,” he told the station. “And he was at my front door, eating cat food.” Trending in Science

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Bradley Cooper honored by PETA for casting his dog in ‘A Star is Born’

October 31, 2018

The organization praised the actor for using his own pet, “rather than using a dog supplied by one of Hollywood’s notorious animal exhibitors.” “Bradley Cooper’s happy, adorable, and much-loved dog steals the spotlight — and viewers’ hearts — in this film because it’s clear that he loved being with his real-life ‘dad,’” PETA senior VP […]

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Shelter Seeks Home For Sweet Dog Who’s Been There For Nearly 4 Years

October 30, 2018

“She’s our little princess,” Pat Ingersoll, canine director at But after more than 1,450 days, Ginger needs a home of her own. Responsible Pet Care of Oxford Hills Ginger is loving, outgoing and snuggly, but has some issues with resource guarding. wrote a Facebook post detailing how long she’s been looking for an adopter. The […]

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