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Cats, Dogs Have 'Superpower' Vision: Study

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February 19, 2014
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A new study suggests the household pets can see things that are invisible to humans. Video provided by Newsy


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Reuters (Mar. 19, 2013) — Dogs and cats are widely known to be the best of enemies in neighborhoods around the world but at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in California, they are forming friendships that are helping to sustain a species. The park's cheetahs are being paired with canine companions to help them adapt to life in captivity and break down barriers that have prevented the big cats from breeding.
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Cat Lover Spends $40,000 On Feline Playground

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Rooftop Comedy (Jan. 27, 2015) — Peter Cohen moved into his home in Goleta, California in 1988. Originally, the home came with two cats. But over the years, Peter has gone cat crazy, rescuing 15 cats in total. Not only did Peter invite so many rescues into his home, he's also spent almost $40,000 dollars creating the ultimate cat playground filled with tunnels, catwalks, scratching posts, and over 24 litter boxes! Video provided by Rooftop Comedy
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Social Robots a Dog's New Best Friend

Social Robots a Dog's New Best Friend

Reuters (Oct. 9, 2013) — Dogs respond better to robots behaving in a social manner than those acting passively, according to Hungarian researchers. The study of 41 dogs provides important insights into the mental processes of living creatures. Jim Drury reports.
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Dogs Ease Namibia's Cheetah Farmer Conflicts

Dogs Ease Namibia's Cheetah Farmer Conflicts

AFP (Aug. 27, 2013) — Bred by cheetah conservationists to stop farmers from killing the big cats, Anatolian shepherd dogs are transforming farming techniques in Namibia by reducing conflicts between carnivores and humans.
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