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World Is Closed, Time To Chill (With Some Animals)

Well, three months into 2020 and we're all losing it. As we all know, the world has essentially closed. No traveling, no cafes (at least in some areas), and no toilet paper. 

The world has gone mad. So, what can we do about it? Chill. Take a moment to breathe and relax. 

Let these chillaxing animals be a leading example: 

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A New Feline Radio Station Promises To Calm Your Cat

Cat lovers, your car rides are about to get a lot more peaceful.

There are many situations that can cause a cat stress or anxiety. Moving to a new house, being introduced to a new cat and going to the vet are just three examples of this. People have tried many strategies to reduce the level of anxiety their cat feels and while some of these are successful, other cat owners have found that their efforts are to no avail. However, there is now a new way to calm your cat thanks to the creation of a radio station that is especially for cats.

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10 Helpful Ways to Calm Your Cat

Cats are something of an enigma—intelligent, sometimes inscrutable animals whose sensitivity and perceptiveness make them fascinating and lovable pets. But as most cat owners can tell you, cats are also creatures of habit and comfort. They can become stressed or scared by a range of things, from a trip to the vet to a new person in the house. Once you notice your cat is stressed or afraid, where do you go from there? Calming down a cat is a delicate process, so we've provided some tips for getting kitty back to his happy, mischievous self. Via: PetMD

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How to Keep your dog Relax when the fireworks start

July 4th is just around the corner, along with the fireworks that inevitably come with this holiday. Some dogs have no problem with those sights and sounds (hunting dogs, for example) but most dogs, however, are not used to it and therefore, this holiday can be a particularly stressful day for dogs and their humans alike. Here are some tips to make sure that when the booms and bangs of Independence Day are over, your dog will be grateful to you for having made it a less stressful experience.

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