Maker: Primal Pet FoodsCause: Bone grind size too largeAnnouncement: Company announcement on social media, Dec. 22, 2017What was recalled: Only the following specific freeze-dried formulas for dogs and cats: This is the 3rd pet food recall in Primal Pet Foods’ history, though it’s the first ever dog food recall for the company (the previous recalls,
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Anyone who lives with cats knows that they want to be involved in anything and everything we do — especially if we’re sitting on the floor and interacting with boxes and bags. This tends to happen more often during the holiday season, when we — and sometimes a houseful of friends and family — enthusiastically
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No, you’re not seeing double, and yes, this exceedingly rare kitten is real. Her name is Bettie Bee, and she was born on Dec. 12 to a normal house cat in Eastern Cape, South Africa. She’s one of three kittens in the litter, but clearly, Bettie Bee is unique. This baby is known as a
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[{“title”:”Maine Coon”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Abyssinian”,”points”:”1″},{“title”:”Ragdoll”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Siamese”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Scottish Fold”,”points”:”0″}]Working out at the local YMCA. Of course, you go out to scarf down some carbs right afterward — you’re always hungry — but you’ll burn ‘em off again at Zumba. [{“title”:”Maine Coon”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Abyssinian”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Ragdoll”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Siamese”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Scottish Fold”,”points”:”1″}]Travel. Paris sounds nice. [{“title”:”Maine Coon”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Abyssinian”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Ragdoll”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Siamese”,”points”:”1″},{“title”:”Scottish Fold”,”points”:”0″}]Karaoke. Of course, you end up dragging your friends along against their will. But
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If your dog engages in off-leash running in the woods, make sure you know the ins and outs of hunting season dates. By: StockSnap When it comes to hunting, people tend to fall decisively on one side of the line or the other; they either do it and they love it, or they don’t care
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What Is Ringworm? Ringworm is a common name for a fungal infection of the skin. Microsporum Canis is the name of the chief fungus responsible for ringworm in cats. The outer layer of the skin is made out of a protein called keratin. There are types of fungi – called dermatophytes – that feed off
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Christmas has come around again, and for most people it’s a joyous and happy holiday. And it’s a holiday that traditionally many celebrate with the addition of a beautifully decked-out tree. Of course, this tree does require some maintenance — if you have a live tree and you don’t water it, for example, it’s a
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Pets who eat real holly may experience stomach upsets. By: channone Every holiday season, I get many phone calls from very worried people who found Snuffles or Chubs chewing on some Christmas greenery. Most of these ingestions don’t result in much more than a bedraggled-looking Christmas plant, but you should be aware of potential toxicities.
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Iran has already suffered the loss of the Asiatic lion and Caspian tiger species, and now the nation’s Asiatic cheetahs are on the brink of extinction, too. According to The Guardian, conservationists are warning the public that following the U.N.’s recent decision to pull funding from the protection of the world’s second-rarest feline (Amur leopards
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Sometimes kittens need to be separated from their moms for their safety. By: gaijinbiker River doted on her newborn kitten. It was almost as though she knew that the not-so-tiny “singleton” was her last shot at motherhood before being spayed. She savored every second of it, and Li’l One grew bigger and more beautiful. Then,
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Back in April 15, a member of TheCatSite.com started a thread about a kitten she had helped birth. The kitten had “offset eyes” and a strange forehead, she said. Her friend claimed it had Down Syndrome but she wasn’t sure. She brought the question to our community and asked: Can cats have Down Syndrome? It’s
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