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    Cat annoyed by sibling’s tail bites, sits still and ‘takes care’ of it. Watch | Trending

    This video shows two adorable cats sitting on a bed. But one of them is going ham on its sibling’s tail! Have you ever been in a situation where your mom has left you in charge of your siblings for a significant period of time when you were young? Have you been very annoyed by them but couldn’t really say much because of the responsibility that you had been entrusted with? If yes, chances are, you will be able to relate to this funny cat video. Shared by the Instagram page – Meowed, this video shows two adorable cats sitting  

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    Killer cats – The Boston Globe

    Birds in the wild have a bull’s-eye on their beaks Linda Rodriguez McRobbie’s writes about the traumatic death of her family’s pet gerbil at the claws of the family cat but doesn’t mention the impact of pets, especially cats, on wildlife (“When pets kill,” Ideas, Nov. 28). Until recently, our suburban yard hosted generations of orioles that in most years nested in a large willow. One summer morning in our garden, I saw a fledgling oriole that was trying out its wings too close to the ground, where it was quickly killed by the neighbor’s cat. What bothered me the  

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    Why this WiFi robot kitty litter may be worth $550

    Essentials Week spotlights unexpected items that make our daily lives just a little bit better. Cats, I can say in the least controversial opinion ever published on the internet, are amazing pets. The cuddly fluff monsters are strongly correlated with a reduced risk of dying from heart disease. They effortlessly create cute content, enough to fill a YouTube channel or Instagram account (like mine, @marvelous_mowgli). And they’re nature’s neat freaks, forever self-cleaning, usually happy to do their business any place you put a litter box. Never will you need to scrape it off the sidewalk with a wafer-thin  

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    Woman reportedly caught breastfeeding cat on Delta Airlines flight

    (WTVO) — A woman on a Delta Airlines flight reportedly began to breastfeed her cat during the flight and refused to stop when confronted by the crew. According to Newsweek, the incident happened on a flight between Syracuse, New York and Atlanta. A now-viral message posted on social media shows a screenshot of a Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) message from the pilot to the ground, which says “Req. Redcoat meet AC Pax (passenger) in (seat) 13A is breastfeeding a cat and will not put cat back in its carrier when FA (flight attendant) requested.” Red Coats  

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    A Woman Was Reportedly Caught Breastfeeding Her Hairless Cat on an Airplane, And I Have Questions

    Not the cat in questionImage: VYACHESLAV OSELEDKO/AFP (Getty Images) The love that exists between a woman and her pet is sacrosanct, and the special rituals that she might perform in private in order to strengthen that bond are not for anyone else’s judgement. That said, if you don’t want anyone to judge your actions, then keep that shit at home. This is solid advice for life, but also good advice for the woman who was allegedly caught breastfeeding her hairless cat on a flight from Syracuse to Atlanta. According to the New York Post, an  

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    Woman reportedly breastfed pet cat on board Delta flight to Atlanta | News

    ATLANTA (CBS46) — A woman flying from Syracuse, New York, to Atlanta startled fellow passengers aboard a Delta Airlines flight when she began breastfeeding her hairless cat mid-flight, according to a report by Newsweek.   The incident happened onboard Delta Flight 1360. According to what appears to be an image of an Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System posted on social media, the passenger seated in 13A was approached by a flight attendant who asked her to put the cat back in its carrier. The woman reportedly refused.  Someone just texted me this… what the actual hell? pic.twitter.com/B0ri97fh2D — Ryan Spellman  

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