(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) Mobile veterinarians, which have recently been popping up in cities around the country, can help your cat get their annual wellness exam, as well as other treatments, without the stress of traveling. Mobile veterinarians will travel to your home and have the ability to perform all routine services such as blood tests,
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Any day now. That’s when Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal), the “salamander-eating” fungus, is expected to arrive in the United States, home to more than a third of the world’s species of these slippery amphibians.It all began in 2008, when Bsal traveledsome through the pet trade from Asia to northern Europe. There, it escaped into the wild
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Peruvian fishermen slaughtered dolphins to use as bait for shark fishing, an undercover investigation has revealed. Footage showed infant and adult dolphins being harpooned then stabbed and clubbed before, in some cases, being cut open and butchered while still alive. The slaughtered dolphins were cut up and used as bait. Dolphins are also killed for
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A feline family of six was brought to a shelter in Lynnwood, Washington. The kittens hop like tiny kangaroos with big mittens. Ashley Morrison @youngestoldcatlady Earlier this month, PAWS (Progressive Animal Welfare Society) took in a cat mother along with her five polydactyl kittens all born with Radial Hypoplasia, a genetic condition that causes their
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(Picture Credit: Westend61/Getty Images) Just a few days into the New Year, people are hard at work trying to keep their New Year’s resolutions. They’re working out at the gym, or making a tighter budget, or maybe creating an online dating profile. But this January is also National Train Your Dog Month, so make a resolution
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Wilson’s Warbler. Photo: Camilla Cerea/Audubon Thank you for considering a gift of real estate to Audubon! There are two types of real estate that donors most often want to leave: 1. Land that donors would like to see permanently protected. We receive many offers, but are not able to manage and sustain all of the
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Killdeer. Photo: Harry Colquhoun/Audubon Photography Awards Good news: The ability to make this gift directly from IRA accounts is now a permanent part of the U.S. tax code. The rule applies to individuals age 70½ and older, who may make income tax‐free outright gifts up to $100,000 from their IRAs to charities. The gift amount
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A bike tour across Europe. Volunteering in the Mediterranean. Vacationing in Cuba. This sounds like quite the travel resume — and, believe it or not, it belongs to a cat. The fluffy Maine Coon and his owner, Carla Hagberg, have seen more than two dozen countries across the world, from their hometown of Gothenburg, Sweden,
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Illustration: Brandon Ballengée The last Passenger Pigeon on earth, a female named Martha, died 100 years ago at the Cincinnati Zoo, where she had lived for all of her 29 years. Artist and Audubon Toyota TogetherGreen fellow Brandon Ballengée’s response to the species loss is Frameworks of Absence, a series he created by physically cutting
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