Your Dog Can Smell Your Emotions. “Uhh What?”

This is a guest post by Aleksandar Šarčević. They never cease to amaze us. Stories about unexplainable behavior of different breeds have spread to every part of the globe for different reasons. They are the first animals to be domesticated by man and to this day no other living creature have shown such unconditional love […]

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A Hamster Playing Super Mario Bros.

This one is amusing. A Japanese Youtuber “yutako55” shared a video about a hamster “playing” Super Mario Bros.: The hamster managed to finish World 1-1. I’m not sure how well it would fare in subsequent levels. Nonetheless, Bowser must prepare!

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How to Get Your Jet-Setting Kitty Ready for Its Next Flight

Image: Getty Image This is a guest post by Emily Cline. Felt sad about leaving your cat with a sitter on your last vacation? Then take them with you!  You can bring your cat on your next flight as an ESA or as a carry-on.  Cats are often excellent fliers as they are quiet and […]

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Nine Incredible Facts About Cats

This is a guest post by Daniel Richardson. The everyday domestic cat is anything but everyday and domestic when you scratch beneath the surface of their history. Their demise was instrumental in the spread of the black plague in Europe and their relationship with the Egyptians has left a mark on history. Cats have held special […]

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Gleanings From The Past #54

Not Lost in Translation A ludicrous story is told of a great naval function which took place during the reign of the last Napoleon and the Empress Eugénie. Several American vessels were present, and they were drawn up in line to salute the Empress’s yacht as it passed. The French sailors, of course, manned the […]

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Gleanings From The Past #36

Personal Identity Suppose a brave Officer to have been flogged when a boy at school, for robbing an orchard, to have taken a standard from the enemy in his first campaign, and to have been made a General in advanced life: Suppose also, which must be admitted to be possible, that when he took the […]

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Gleanings From The Past #27

Life’s Mystery Being at my seat near the village of Meudon, and overlooking a quarry-man, whom I had set to break some very large and hard stones, in the middle of one we found a huge live toad, though there was no visible aperture by which it could have got there. I could not help […]

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Gleanings From The Past #23

Ingenuity of A Spider The following instance of ingenuity in a spider, which was witnessed by the writer of this article, will not be uninteresting: A web was observed to be tightly stretched across a garden path, about five feet in breadth, the reticulated portion occupying the centre, and one of the principal threads to […]

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Gleanings From The Past #21

Strange Bird Mr. Zachariah Pearce, aged 21, died at Cranbrook, Kent, October 17, 1786. The following remarkable occurrences are related as matters of fact, which can be attested by many persons in Cranbrook. Mr. W. Pearce, the father of the above Zachariah, died of a frenzy fever, November 30, 1785. Some time before he died, […]

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