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"So you've got me some #cake? Aww... How PATHETIC!!"

Why #cats will be cats.
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The signals and behaviors that cats and dogs use to communicate are different and can lead to signals of aggression, fear, dominance, friendship or territoriality being misinterpreted by the other species.[2] Dogs have a natural instinct to chase small prey that flee, an instinct common among cats.[3] Most cats will flee from a dog, while others will take actions such as hissing, arching their backs and swiping at the dog.[3] After being scratched by a cat, some dogs can become fearful of cats.[4]
If appropriately socialized, cats and dogs may have relationships that are not antagonistic,[4] and dogs raised with cats may prefer the presence of cats to other dogs.[5] Even cats and dogs that have gotten along together in the same household may revert to aggressive reactions due to external stimuli, illness, or play that escalates
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THIS IS AWESOME! A 17 year old worker at a Hardee's in Knoxville, Tennessee was outside washing windows when he saw an elderly customer unsteady on her feet as she walked to her car.

He rushed over to lend his arm and ensure she was safe, escorting her to her vehicle.

Another customer in the parking lot saw this, snapped a quick picture with a cell phone and posted it on Hardee's Facebook page.

This young man's act of kindness was rewarded by his employer with a $1000 bonus.

He's apparently quite embarrassed about all the attention but says he'll welcome the money to help pay for college next year, when he enters freshman year as an engineering major.

SHARE THIS and show that there are VERY good kids out there who have been raised right and have compassion.

Thanks to my former colleague Curt Autry for bringing this to my attention.

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All cats on this earth, I wish a happy World Cat Day 🐈❤🐱
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Tragic, senseless, heartbreaking and infuriating… Let's honor Cecil's story by working together and giving animals a voice!

Here's an article that identifies the problems lions are facing both in the wild and in captivity... and MOST IMPORTANTLY focuses on hope and a SOLUTION! http://thedo.do/1JBeLkV

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Alles bestens, wie immer. Nur das Rauchen in der Lobby macht mich schwer zu schaffen. Alles stinkt nach Rauch :-/
Quality: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Excellent
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reviewed 3 years ago
Angenehme Umgebung, gutes essen. Relativ teuer allerdings. Sehr nette Bedienung.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
I first discovered the hotel Beckröge back in 1984, on the way back from Denmark. It is a family operated hotel with plenty of hospitality that one would expect. The hotel is located right by the shoreline, you can see the ocean and the ships from the breakfast room. Trying a number of other hotels in Cuxhaven, I have always found myself returning to hotel Beckröge. The rooms are beautiful and very very quiet. Breakfast is plentiful and the hotel is situated just right for a walk along the shoreline or a quick walk to do some shopping. The price per overnight is extremely reasonable. WLAN access is available, as well as television. 25 years have past and the quality and beauty have only improved. I'll be staying at hotel Beckröge during my visits to Cuxhaven for many many years to come.
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Public - 5 years ago
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The hotel was excellent. My room was on the third floor, so you have to be somewhat fit since there is no elevator. Shower / bathroom were in the hallway, very clean. Wlan is free. Location is a dream: Less than 10 minutes walk time to the Brandenburger Tor, 2 minutes by bus which stops right around the corner from the hotel itself. I'll definitely be back soon!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I arrived after a long trip and had to wait 45 minutes for my room to be made available - at 3 pm. The bed was terribly small, the pillows smelled like cigarettes and vomit. The neighboring rooms were extremely loud. I hung a 'do not disturb' sign on my door, the maids came in anyway. No WLAN, the refrigerator would not even hold a bottle of wine properly. The room needed an urgent renovation. This was my first and last visit to Hotel Deichgraf.
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