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Cat defends cardboard sticker

Playing Cat Defends Cardboard Stickers A cat and her favorite cardboard can hardly be separated. The kitty in this video not only wants the box to itself, but also defends a sticker with all paws that is attached to her new toy. "You don't get this sticker!
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Signs a Dog's Vision Is Failing

As your dog reaches his senior years, gradual vision loss is a possibility. Paying close attention to your dog’s behavior can show you subtle hints that your dog may not be seeing things as well as he used to.Signs of Vision LossIf your dog loved to catch a Frisbee but now struggles, it may be a sign he is not seeing as well.
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How to Bathe a Short-Haired Dog

It& 39;s easier to bathe and groom a short-haired dog than a long-haired one, but you still have to do it. Even a short-haired pooch should get a good scrub once every three months or so, but with that short coat, the bathing process shouldn& 39;t take long.Step 1Brush out your dog& 39;s coat before the bath.
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Cute meerkat laughs while tickling

Animal friendships Cute meerkat laughs while tickling Such a cuddly little meerkat! The cute rodent loves to be tickled by his nurse on the tummy. He has so much fun doing it that he giggles and laughs as he can. Alexander, the meerkat, loves to be tickled.
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Trained parrot can do incredible tricks

My animal can trained parrot can do incredible tricks This parrot in the video is amazing. The bird has been trained so well that it pulls incredible tricks out of the hat. Trained dogs who can do tricks are not uncommon. But a parrot? Almost unbelievable what the owner taught the intelligent bird.
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Boiiing! Cheeky minimiezis are jumping around

Play Boiiing! Cheeky minimiezis bounce what is going on there ?! In the video the little kittens gymnastics like crazy and seem to be chasing something. Not to be seen, but probably there: A game rod that keeps the seven velvet paws on their toes. The kittens jump wildly through the room and try to catch the "something" above them one after the other (and sometimes simultaneously).
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