With a Ph.D. in psychology and a passion for animals, FlourishAnyway knows animals can teach us more about living healthy, fulfilling lives.A Feathered Philosopher—Not a Bird Brain Feathered Philosophers Share Their Tips for Living WellPlease don& 39;t say they taste like chicken. No fair calling them & 34;bird-brained& 34; either.
Cat education Why do cats look for a new home? Do you see your outdoor cat less and less in your home? When she's at home, does she seem distant and her food barely touches her? This can be an indication that your velvet paw has found a new home in the neighborhood where it is more attracted - at least temporarily.
I have owned cats for over 60 years. Between them and their vets, I have learned a great deal about how they tick. Cats Don& 39;t Understand & 34;Human& 34;Cats cannot understand the words we use to communicate the things we want them to know. They don& 39;t even know what the word & 34;no& 34; means, even though they seem to respond to it.
Animal friendships Meerkats fall asleep ... and roll off the rock "I can't go on. I'm sooo tired!" Says the meerkat in this video. The animal has made himself comfortable on a rock and actually only wants to take a short nap - if it weren't for that stupid gravity.
Keeping Dogs Little Christmas Joy: Advent Calendar for Dogs In the run-up to Christmas, you can give your loved ones a little joy. What could be more natural than sweetening the Advent days with delicious snacks for the best friend of man? Advent calendars for dogs come in many different forms.