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Why Does Social Media Go Cray Cray For Cats?

Cats! Cats! and more Cats! You see them everywhere. They've taken over the digital landscape. I have personally written a countless number of blogs about them on Petslady. If you were to conduct a keyword search on Google for “Ron Callari and cats,” you would surface 198,000 SERPs (search engine result pages.)

Olly, The Airport Cat, Makes Final Departure

Earlier this month the staff of the Manchester Airport in the U.K. was shocked by the death of their beloved Olly. Olly was the stray cat that they had all adopted in 2007. The cat was named for the Olympic Building at the airport. As she led a public life at the airport, she became popular with both the staff and visitors and she became famous around the world.

Obama Spelling Bees From Habitat Hunting

The alarming decline in bee population could cause bees to become extinct in the very near future. Honey bees, which account for more than $15 billion through their vital role in keeping fruits, nut and vegetables in our diets have fallen prey to a mysterious disorder called ‘Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). This is a syndrome defined as a dead colony with one live queen and immature bees unable to sustain the hive.

Therapy Animals Get Their Own Day Of Recognition, May 18, 2015

Other the years, ‘therapy animals’ have been trained to comfort and heal hospital patients, cancer victims, returning war veterans (many with PTSD symptoms) and the elderly. For those unfamiliar, animal-assisted therapy (AAT) is a type of therapy that involves animals as a form of treatment.

Red Nose Day Goes To The Dogs In The USA!

Over the years, Red Nose Day has earned a solid and well-deserved reputation for having “fun” while “fund” raising for children and the disadvantaged globally. Organized by Comic Relief the event takes over the U.K. every two years for a few days in March, where tomfoolery of all sorts becomes the goal of tens of thousands. So much so, that more than a billion pounds has been raised over the last 30 years.

Google’s Doodle Celebrates Animal Moms On Mother's Day

Google’s been developing creative doodles for over a decade now. Whether, it's to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or special events in history, these gifs are something we’ve come to look forward to. So it’s not a surprise this year, that the Grand Daddy of search engine . . .

Animal Lover Ricky Gervais Assassinates 'Extreme Huntress'

The title of this blog uses an extreme metaphor to underscore the heartlessness of an African huntress, who not only revels in her senseless killings of defenseless animals but glorifies her action in a graphic photo. Gervais’ verbal assassination of her is considered by many as a ’justified’ execution.

Local Raw Honey For Pet Allergies: Does It Work?

Does your dog lick his paws or scratch incessantly? Those actions are signs of allergies with your pet. While some breeds of dogs are more prone to food and skin allergies than others, if your pet's one of them, check out this information on local raw honey for beating allergies that's both safe and cost effective.

Sex Doll For Dogs Satisfies Their Urge To Purge

A Brazilian dog lover, feeling empathy for his male Maltese, has developed the first sex doll for dogs.  The Doggie Lover Doll®, a soft rubber toy with a silicone vagina, is now available to order, complete with an "intimate lubricant to increase the life of the doll."

Chinese Sichuan Bush Warbler Sings Out As New Bird Species

Even though it’s distinctive song tipped researchers off back in May, 1992, the elusive Sichuan bush warbler has hid its identity for over two decades. This shy bird also known by its’ breed name of ‘Locustella chengi’ (honoring the late Chinese ornithologist Cheng Tso-hsin) has been successful in hiding from the gazing eyes of humans.