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A cat that thinks he’s a human, Frodo enjoys going on drives with his humans.
“She struck fear in the eyes of many which is a true gift, but was also gentle and kind to her friends in the community,” wrote her human, Sarah Davis Jastram, in a post on social media. Daisy Mae's earlier battle with city hall led to National Geographic writing about and photographing Daisy Mae, who was featured prominently in a March 2011 cover story, “Taming the Wild.”
Can owning a cat help improve your health? In this episode of NewsMD's "Health Fusion," Viv Williams explores the health benefits of cats and reveals the seven personality traits of our feline friends identified in a new study.
A patient with lung cancer went to a follow-up doctor's appointment and got a prescription for a puppy. In this episode of NewsMD's podcast, "Health Fusion," Viv Williams hears stories from an oncologist about how pets improve the lives of his patients.

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80 parakeets are roaming all across the Fargo-Moorhead area, according to volunteers at the Center for Avian Adoption, Rescue and Education.
With fun in the sun comes potential dangers for our furry friends. From increased exposure to ticks and fleas to sunburn and even heatstroke, all sorts of issues can arise for our dogs in the summertime. But you can avoid a potentially bad situation for your dog by staying vigilant and keeping these tips from the AKC and ASPCA in mind this summer.
Try to tell someone a story about your beloved pet without smiling. I bet you can't! In this "Health Fusion" for NewsMD column, Viv Williams introduces you to her new puppy, Ruby, and explores the healing power of pets.
We got a new puppy! In this episode of NewsMD's podcast, "Health Fusion," Viv Williams introduces Ruby, a little Labrador retriever puppy. She consults research about whether or not Ruby should sleep in her own bed or a family member's bed.
As more dog owners return to their offices and workplaces, all the Spots, Roscoes and Winnies out there are wondering where their humans have gone. We talk to specialists on dog behavior to learn how we can help our four-legged companions through this period of adjustment.
Since 2012, at least 35 Minnesota dogs have been caught and killed — and dozens more injured — in traps aimed at wild animals like bobcat, fox and racoon.

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A busload of homeless dogs from Houston PetSet in Texas drove up to Babinski Foundation in hopes of giving the pups a better shot at a forever home.
Domestic animals are unable to give virus to humans, but humans can sometimes give it to them.
ST. PAUL -- Your furry family members should be safe from COVID-19.

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