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Fact #25: Cat's make a sound that is the same frequency of a baby. Indicating they are trying to cash in on a human's natural response to nurture a baby's cry. These cat facts are mind blowing! #catsrule http://bit.ly/2P7uj6e

25 BIZARRE Cat Facts You Need To Know
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From Maine coons to American shorthairs, these cats are pretty popular. https://www.goo.gl/EAaEM4

12 Most Popular Cat Breeds
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Is pet insurance right for your family? https://www.bit.ly/2mGtLaK

Health Care for Buster: All About Pet Insurance - The Simple Dollar
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You have no chance against the cuteness of these babies. https://www.bit.ly/2NLJpxj

23 Incredibly Cute Baby Animals That Will Melt Your Heart
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Know the signs of a life-threatening emergency for your pet. https://www.bit.ly/2M18NhF

When To Bring Your Dog to the ER
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Cat scratch fever: What it is, how you can get it, and how to prevent it. https://wb.md/2LjvUr7

What Is Cat-Scratch Fever? What Causes It?
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Calling all bird lovers! These diseases affect birds and their caretakers. https://www.bit.ly/2O51bwj

Can My Pet Bird Make Me Sick?
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Now this is adorable! Small hedgehog, big adventure! https://www.bit.ly/2rAqpZ9

Tiny Japanese Hedgehog Goes on Big Awesome Camping Trip
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We have another interesting reptile case to share with you. This is a Crested Gecko named Leonard. Leonard is currently a clinic pet who came to us in June. Leonard mistakenly ingested his reptile sand substrate and became impacted. Not able to pass it, Leonard became anorexic, dehydrated and vitamin deficient. We quickly changed his substrate to reptile carpet and started intense warm water soaks. The technicians started diligent force feedings with a specially prepared reptile diet. Within a few days, Leonard started getting used to his new routine and eagerly waited for his treatments. Shortly after he began to pass the sand and start eating on his own. Now Leonard is a happy little guy who is thriving on hunting down his own food of crickets, meal worms and other reptile approved food!
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Well.... that's pretty adorable. :)
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