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Instagram userhknylcnfilmed this hilariously cute video of a catwalk becoming literal when a playful stray cat decided to crash a recent fashion show in Istanbul, Turkey. 

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Melissa and Mick McAllister from Melissa, Texas have two pet bobcats, Gypsy and Monaco. A bobcat is an elusive wild cat found in the forests, swamps and deserts of North America. They are roughly twice the size of a domestic cat and have large paws, tufted ears and a bobbed tail. Take a look at their daily home routine. 



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Henri The Cat Did a Deep Study On Cat Food Boredom And Would Like To Share His Main Findings

Henri has been commissioned by Friskies to explore the phenomenon of cat food boredom, for the benefit of all catkind. Here are the main finding in 4 parts. 

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Should you carry your cat in a "baby carry"?  Many people ask. Clearly the answer is yes!   But wait, what is the proper technique, what are the pros and cons? Discover by watching the video by the helpful Vancouver Vet.  



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It's Caturday and that means you have plenty of free time. In this video by Cats And Crafts, you have some great ideas for DIY cat costumes. There is a Beanie Baby, Starbucks coffee, witch, and some more. 


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Oakley is a cute little wiener dog, who with his cute backpack and overalls, heads to school on the school bus, where his day has various adventures including funny math class and even finding a cute girl to help study with. 

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Cats are adorable, furry little ninjas that share our homes with us and have an overwhelming urge to push things off other things. We opened our homes and our hearts to them a long time ago, but despite what we think we know about our hairball-hacking friends, there's still a ton of misinformation floating around out there that just refuses to go away..

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Scratching trees provide many benefits for cats. Cats scratch for different reasons. They do so to remove dirt from between their claws, to file these claws and to mark their territory through scent glands on their paw pads. Scraper trees provide more than meeting these basic feeling needs. They provide environmental enrichment, meaning they provide a cat something in their home life which benefits them both physically and mentally. They can be used to scratch, but they can also meet a cat's need to go to high places and rest somewhere they feel safe and contented. Not only that, but they help to prevent your sofa from being turned into confetti. This video from AnimalWised shows you the benefits of scratching trees for cats and helps you to work out where to place yours.