Month: April 2019

(Image Credit: Westend61 / Getty Images) Every day, there are thousands of cat videos uploaded to social media accounts all across the world. This is a great thing–who doesn’t love watching cat videos? But sometimes the sheer volume of feline footage can seem overwhelming. So every month here at CatTime, we sift through the huge
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What comes to mind when you think of a bird’s nest? Twigs, probably dry leaves, maybe some cattail fluff—perhaps even cigarette butts. Industrious creatures, birds construct their nests from just about any material they can get their claws on. From koala fur to shreds of plastic, if birds can make a nest from it, they will.  Problem is, many of the
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We wish to thank you, our earth mother. You are our world. There is no other. Thank you for how you sustain. The sky,seas, desert, forests snows and rain. So please earth mother, dry your tears. There are many who love and appreciate You, here. Who will never stop protecting This paradise we were given,
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Prednisone for cats can treat a variety of illnesses and conditions. Prednisone and prednisolone are steroids used to reduce inflammation, treat some types of cancer, suppress the immune system, and act as an artificial replacement for glucocorticoid when the cat’s body is not making enough on its own. The drug works
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Wood Ducks. Photo: Steve Bly/Alamy This article has been adapted from the Audubon Birdhouse Book by Margaret A. Barker and Elissa Wolfson. You can also download a printable PDF of the instructions here.  These colorful ducks of forested wetlands were over-harvested for food and feathers throughout the nineteenth century. The Wood Duck’s steep decline was hastened by the
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(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) Orange is an optimistic color. It radiates warmth, happiness, and an enthusiasm for life. Not surprisingly, orange cats are often considered friendly and loveable, while white cats are seen as distant and black cats as mysterious. According to researchers at University of California, Berkeley, the color of a cat’s fur can affect
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An American man reportedly shelled out $110,000 to hunt and kill a rare mountain goat while on a recent expedition trip in Pakistan’s northern Himalayan region of Gilgit-Baltistan.. Bryan Kinsel Harlan, a trophy hunter from Texas, was photographed on Tuesday kneeling and smiling behind the butchered goat. Pakistan: US hunter shoots symbolic endangered mountain goat
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