The Shenzhen ban "also responds to the demand and spirit of human civilization.” 

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Posted by Myra Per-Lee

The Shenzhen ban "also responds to the demand and spirit of human civilization.” 

Posted by Lady Bee

See this dog's intense focus on his Wild Eats treat? Doesn't he look a little wild? 

Posted by Ron Callari

Humans had to be instructed about the necessity for 'social distancing.' For animals, they are born with a sensitivity to detect diseases in others, in advance.

Signs are you're not scooping where your dog's been pooping so this de-scent selection of poop & scoop signs will remind you to promptly pick up what your pup leaves behind.

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

You might think that this ferret is happy because he has a box of packing peanuts to play in, but you'd be wrong.

Posted by Kitty Devine

You may not be going out a whole lot these days, but wouldn't you like to have a little something new and unusual to mark your freedom from COVID-19?

Posted by Myra Per-Lee

Trained dogs could be used as a first line of coronovirus detection in public places like airports and train stations.

Some like it hot - then there's this rare Amur Leopard cub who ran past a camera trap while successfully outrunning a wildfire.