Pet Adoption In The Sammamish-Issaquah Area: See New Dogs, Cats & More

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If you’ve been wanting to add a four-legged ball of love and affection to your life, look no further than these animal shelters in and around Sammamish-Issaquah for a pet you can take home.

There are thousands of dogs, cats and other animals of all ages without a home across Washington — and many of them are located within driving distance. For those looking to adopt, a great place to start your search for your new four-legged companion is at People United For Pets, where Natty the cat is waiting patiently, or another local animal shelter. If you aren’t sure

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Puyallup Area Pets Up For Adoption: Cats, Dogs & More

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If you’re wanting to add a four-legged ball of love and affection to your family, start with these Puyallup area shelters for a pet to adopt.

Millions of companion animals are taken in each year by adoption facilities nationwide, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Of those, approximately 3.3 million are dogs and 3.2 million are cats. Shelters often look after other animals in search of a permanent home as well, including pigs, birds and even horses.

However, only around half of all shelter pets are adopted each year, according to ASPCA data. This

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New Cats, Dogs, Pets Up For Adoption In Littleton Area

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Do you want to add a furry friend to your family and give back to the world at the same time? Adopt a dog, cat or other kind of pet from a local shelter! Shelters have dogs, cats and other animals ready and waiting for someone to take them home.

About 6.5 million pets and other companion animals are surrendered to animal pounds each year nationwide, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. However, only around half of all shelter animals are adopted each year, according to ASPCA data. This means millions of animals —

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Share your space with an adorable animal | Adopt a pet: Sept. 11-12

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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Have you ever wondered how tabby cats get their stripes? Scientists and cat owners alike have long wondered how and why some have stripes and others do not.

“Tabby” isn’t a breed; it’s a distinct fur pattern common among cats. Tabby cats often have what looks like a letter “M” on their forehead, plus bold stripes of varying designs in their fur. Scientists believe the stripes come from their direct ancestor, the Near Eastern wildcat. The classic tabby’s coat can consist of dots, stripes, swirls and even more distinctive patterns.

A study recently published by Natures

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Can your cat or dog catch and spread coronavirus?

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If you’re unlucky enough to come down with a bout of coronavirus, a cuddle with your four-legged friend might seem like the perfect pick-me-up. 

But don’t scoop Fido up for a kiss just yet as research suggests that coughing and spluttering on your pet when you’re infected with Covid can put them at risk. 

Scientists in the Netherlands took swabs from 310 pets in 196 households last year where a human infection had been detected. Six cats and seven dogs returned a positive PCR result, while 54 animals tested positive for virus antibodies. The researchers concluded that owners should isolate

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