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Just imagine — you’re a migratory bird that weighs a little more than 12 paper clips. You have just flown up to 6,000 miles from South America. over mountains, lakes, cities and even 700 miles non-stop over the Gulf of Mexico. You dodged. Source: www.postindependent.com
There are many tactics to try that have helped solve this problem for a lot of dog owners with headstrong dogs who want to lead, rather than be led. For some dogs, the desire to pull ahead and see or smell what's beyond their reach is. Source: www.capitalgazette.com
Walleye – Fair: Anglers have had some success fishing with leeches and live minnows with a slip bobber off the fishing jetties. Bluegill – Fair: Bluegill are being caught in 15 – 20 feet of water. Muskellunge – Fair: Anglers have had success. Source: kiow.com
Did you know that up to 4 billion birds, including some that are rare and endangered, are killed each year in North American by outdoors cats? No cat owner thinks it is their outdoor cat, but cat cams have proven otherwise. The carnage that outdoor
Donations: St. Frances Animal Center in Georgetown is in need of enrichment program supplies such as tennis balls, muffin/cupcake tins and Kong toys. Also needed are dog and cat beds, collars, leashes, harnesses, crates, fans and plastic swimming pools.
Sara is a 1.5-year-old, female, domestic short hair cat. She is a black and gray tiger with white, weighs 7.4 pounds, and is litter box trained. Sara is a stray from the Glen Burnie area that has been here since April 23, 2015. Sara has been sponsored
Walleye – Fair: Anglers have reported catching walleyes using crawler harnesses around submerged rocky areas. Anglers have also been catching some Channel Catfish – Good: Channel cat will spawn soon. Try floating a minnow on a bobber along rocky
Take your time when it comes to teaching your cat to wear a harness safely. Instead of plunging right in, leave it around the house for your cat to sniff. Handle your cat and the harness at the same time, rewarding your cat with pets and treats so she
Shawn and Tom find the cat, strap on a harness and climb to a place just above the cat, so it won't scoot farther up. If the cat is close enough, they'll grab it. If not, they'll use a net. To no one’s surprise, cats aren’t fond of being scooped up in ...
The bylaw would have required that cats wear ID tags on collars, be tattooed or microchipped. One of our very own council members opposed this bylaw because, “Tattooing and microchipping costs money.” Yes, being a responsible pet owner does cost money.
CatCon’s more than 100 vendors will be selling trendy cat merch like modular Katris furniture, neon cat collars, screen-printed accessories, impressionist cat paintings, cat-themed manicures and human food-shaped cat toys. Canadian content includes ...