More and more we’re seeing cats being kept as inside pets only, and there is good reason for this. The great outdoors, even in your neighborhood, are full of dangers for our domestic felines. Dogs, coyotes, other wildlife, cars, cruel humans, infectious diseases, and even other cats are all reasons to keep your kitty confined
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A neighborhood cat and her kittens were rescued from life on the streets. Her little lookalike quickly stood out. Cindy Congdon @foster_kittens A Good Samaritan from Seattle, Washington brought a cat and her kittens to the Seattle Humane Society for help. The tortoiseshell, named Rosie, was living outside until a neighbor noticed she was pregnant.
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Tundra Swans. Photo: William Pohley/Audubon Photography Awards Washington, DC (September 12, 2019)—Today, the Bureau of Land Management released its final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for oil and gas drilling within the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, an area that is pristine habitat for birds and other wildlife. The FEIS describes a massive
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Great Blue Heron. Photo: Alexia Svejda/Audubon Photography Awards WASHINGTON—Today, the White House announced its final repeal of the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule, a 2015 law which protects wetlands—essential habitat for birds and other wildlife. This is the first step in a two-phase proposal by the Administration to repeal the previous rule and
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(Picture Credit: Tacio Philip Sansonovski / EyeEm/Getty Images) You may have heard the term “Schrödinger’s Cat” referred to in party conversation or vaguely recall it from high school physics class. It’s a thought experiment, and it’s as famous as it is vexing. Schrödinger’s Cat is alive. Schrödinger’s Cat is dead. It’s both until you confirm
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Snow Goose. Photo: Danny Hancock/Audubon Photography Awards Washington, DC (September 11, 2019)—Today, leaders in the U.S. Senate introduced the Arctic Refuge Protection Act to designate the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Coastal Plain a wilderness area and protect it from destructive oil and gas development. Later this week, the U.S. House of Representatives is slated to
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A disturbing new report released this week reveals that British hunters have killed 500 baboons and other primates over a 30-year period. In recent years, tourists have brought hundreds of dead primates and their body parts back to the UK as “trophies” from hunting trips. The report follows the release of photos showing British tourists
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) The tabby cat is one of the most popular types of cats in America. They’re also considered one of the most “classic” looking domestic cats, most likely because they’re the most common.  But just because they’re common doesn’t mean they’re boring. In fact, there are plenty of fascinating facts about tabby
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