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Professor Creates Site Revealing Where People's Cats Live

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July 23, 2014
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​It's called I Know Where Your Cat Lives, and you can keep hitting the "Random Cat" button to find more real cats all over the world. Video provided by Newsy


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Mind Control Parasite Strips Mice of Fear of Cats

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Buzz60 (Sep. 19, 2013) — Researchers discovered a parasite that can only reproduce in the bodies of cats, is able to re-program infected mice to be unafraid of cats, thus ensuring the parasite is eaten by the cat. Jen Markham explains.
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For Captive Cheetahs, a Dog's Life Is Ideal

For Captive Cheetahs, a Dog's Life Is Ideal

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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Namibia The King of Beasts in Danger

Namibia The King of Beasts in Danger

Deutsche Welle (Mar. 12, 2012) — Adult lions are at the top of the food chain and have no natural enemies, except human beings. But for lions of Namibia, that enemy has become a huge problem. African farmers kill hundreds of them every year to protect their livestock. Now, a handful of determined conservationists are trying to ease the conflict by making it possible for humans and big cats to live in peaceful proximity at the southern margin of Etosha National Park, in northern Namibia.
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Vets Rush to Save Poland's Lynx

Vets Rush to Save Poland's Lynx

AFP (Jan. 29, 2012) — Eradicated from much of Europe 150 years ago, lynx populations remain dotted across isolated forested regions. An estimated 200 of the solitary big cats live in Poland, where a group of veterinarians are doing their bit to save the pointy-eared felines.
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