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Aquatic Pets: Six Tips For Novice Fish Caretakers

Caring for fish requires mastering some important skills, such as proper tank set-up and maintenance knowledge to insure they are happy and healthy pets that will give you pleasure for years to come. Read on for more enlightenment on this rather 'fishy' subject.

Adopting A New Cat: Six Tips For Surviving The First Thirty Days

Survivng the first thirty days after bringing home a new cat doesn't have to be a trial and error experience. Ultimately, a good plan will mean survival for both owner and cat. Read on for some details on what to do and what not to do.

Christmas in July: Grumpy Cat Gets A Movie Deal

If ever an animal symbolized the "bah, humbug" concept associated with the holidays, it is Grumpy Cat. Whoever would have thought that such a cat would get her  own Lifetime movie deal? Read on or the latest on this up-and-coming  holiday film project.

Celebrities and Their Pets: Where Love Lies

Being in the public eye has its rewards and drawbacks. Down thrugh the decades, the rich and famous have indicated a love for their animals as strong as any bond that can be found anywhere. Check out the love that shines so brightly below.

Animals In Art Down Through History

Down through the ages artistic expression has always included the depiction of animals, whether they are beloved family pets or objects of prey in a primitive world. Visit this unexpected gallery of animals as some artists see them, unlikely as those visions might be.

Dog-Eat-Dog World In Canine Apocalypse 'White God'

We've all read the apocalyptic tales handed down since the Old Testament's Book of Revelation. We've all speculated on the the possibility of the end of the world coming as the result of a nuclear bomb, an alien invasion. . . heck, if the AMC network had their way, it could be the Walking Dead that wipe out the planet. But, the world ending by 'man's best friend?' What happened? What could possibly cause our most beloved pets to go postal on us?

Pak-O-Bird Carriers: Bye, Bye Birdie and Owner Too

More and more, people are traveling with their pets  to parts  both unknown and familiar. In the past, pet birds have often been left at home to pine for their owners behind fabric-covered cages  because transport has simply been too complicated. No longer, bird lovers! Introducing (trumpet blare, please) the Pac-O-Bird Carrier.


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