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Monthly Archives: January 2020

Is Bat Soup To Blame For The Coronavirus?

(CHINESE MEDICINE/WILDLIFE TRADE) As the coronavirus continues to spread, more questions arise regarding the outbreak's cause and origin. A Chinese travel blogger is under fire after posting a viral video of her eating "bat soup," supposedly filmed in Wuhan. The Internet collectively slammed the video--originally filmed at a restaurant in Palau in 2016--blaming Wang Mengyun and bat-eaters alike, for their speculated culpability in spreading the virus. While the Huanan Seafood Market in Wuhan was originally believed to be the source of the coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, a new study shows the early known victims had no contact with the market. And while the virus does seem to have originated in bats, it’s unclear how it made its way to humans. Read on to learn more about the debunked rumors. -- Global Animal

Once Bitten, Twice Shy: How To Stop Puppy Bites

(PET CARE/PUPPIES) Even though puppy bites are innocent 'love bites' to most adoring pet parents, sometimes a nipping problem can get out of hand. Here are some helpful tips to prevent any further pain from puppy bites. – Global Animal

Protect Your Furniture, Give Your Cat A Mani-Pedi

(PET CARE/CATS) Trimming your cat's claws may seem daunting, but it's an important part of maintaining a cat's health. Not to mention, it's also a good way to protect your lap and your furniture from scratches. Here are some tips from the Humane Society on how to successfully trim your pet's nails. — Global Animal

TAKE ACTION: With Over 1 Billion Animals Impacted By Australia’s Fires, Here’s How You...

(HELP ANIMALS) Severe wildfires burning across Australia for months now have taken a tragic toll on it's iconic habitats that make the continent an ecological wonder. With nearly 18 million acres burned, experts estimate upwards of 1.25 billion animals--many of them unique to Australia--have been killed since the fires started in September. A number of animal rescue groups and volunteers are working overtime to help farm animals, pets, and wildlife, including koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, and more, who are so desperately in need of rescue and treatment. -- Global Animal
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Koalas Orphaned by Australian Wildfires Rescued

(ANIMAL VIDEOS/WILDLIFE RESCUE) Experts estimate that nearly 1 billion animals have been killed since the Australian bushfires started in September. Fortunately, this group of baby koalas were rescued from the Adelaide Hills fire zone area and they're now being cared for by a team of professional volunteers. -- Global Animal

Adorable Puppy Watching The Rain Is The Cutest Thing Ever

(DOGS/CUTE ANIMAL VIDEOS) This puppy watching the rain is quite possibly the cutest thing you'll see on the Internet--ever. Wouldn't you agree?! -- Global Animal

Energizing Exercises With Your Dogs

(PET CARE/DOGS) Not only can introducing your dog to different forms of exercise help minimize their risk of joint pain later in life, but it can also help him/her get the most out of their active doggy lifestyles. Read on for more information and check out these great new ideas for exercising with your pet. — Global Animal

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