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Protect Your Dogs and Cats From These Fall Poisons

Most dog and cat owners know they shouldn’t feed their pets things like chocolate, nuts, and salty snack foods, and may be aware that plants like tulips and azaleas can ...
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House Cats in Los Angeles Are in Serious Danger

The Humane Society of the United States warns that, while coyotes typically feed on such small mammals as rabbits and mice, they also sometimes make a meal of cats or ...
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25 Best Toys for Cats

Toys for cats are catnip for the pets industry. Americans bought about $1 billion in toys for dogs and cats in 2016, an 18% increase from 2011, according to market ...
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Is the Charlotte Bobcats-to-Hornets Rebrand Good for Business?

The Charlotte Hornets arguably have the best retro gear of any NBA team. Remember the purple-and-teal color combination? Nothing screams “early ’90s” quite like that. And don’t even get me ...
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Crazy Legends and Superstitions People Believe in Every State

You might consider yourself a very rational person, but then something as simple as a calendar date or a number makes you feel differently about things. You might think twice ...
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Which State Has the Most Pet Shelters?

Dogs are popular pets all across the United States. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 38% of households in 2017-2018 owned one or more dogs. (And these are the ...
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25 Unusual Animals People Actually Keep as Pets

Ever wonder how dogs first became domesticated? In 1959, Soviet geneticist Dmitry Belyaev wondered the same thing and began experimenting with domesticating foxes by selecting and breeding the most docile ...
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Worst Teams in the History of Every Sport

"Can't anybody here play this game?" That was the question Manager Casey Stengel was said to have asked during the New York Mets inaugural season in 1962. It wasn’t a ...
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What Could Happen If US Conventional Oil Drilling Disappears

In March of 2010, drilling for oil went horizontal. Until then, vertical and directional (wellbores that bend up to 80 degrees) drilling made up more than half of U.S. rigs ...
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The Best Fall Foliage in Every State

What’s better than a pumpkin spice latte and unlikely to go out of fashion? Autumn foliage. Nearly every state goes through a dramatic, multicolored transformation as temperatures drop in ...
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50 Things Only People Raised in a Latino Family Will Understand

Is there a shaker of Goya Adobo seasoning on your kitchen counter? How about a butter container full of leftovers in the fridge? There are some things that only ...
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Best Weekend Trips on the West Coast This Fall

We've officially said our goodbyes to summer and it's time to welcome the new season with open arms. With the arrival of fall comes back-to-school, event-packed days and less ...
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The Shortest and Longest Living Dog Breeds in the World

Dog owners will do anything to keep their furry, four-legged friend happy and healthy. Millennials spend over $1,200 per year on their pets, and most are willing to shell ...
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Sports Teams Adding the Most Fans

For sports fans, few things are as exciting as putting on your favorite jersey and going to a game in person to root for your favorite team. But going ...
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Countries That Suffer the Most From Extreme Weather Events

For the past 14 years, Germanwatch, an independent development and environmental organization that advocates for sustainable development, has ranked countries by their exposure and vulnerability to climate-related risks over a ...
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