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What My Cat Has Taught Me About People

  Every week, Preen tackles motherhood sans the rose-tinted glasses. Our columnists L. Juliano, Marla Darwin, Monica Eleazar-Manzano, Rossana Unson, and Ronna Capili-Bonifacio tell their personal experiences like it is—at times frustrating, oftentimes confusing, but always enlightening. I don’t consider myself a “people person.” I like pleasant, smart, funny, and genuine people and I thoroughly […]

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What Scorpio Season and Spirit Animals Mean for You and Your Family

Every week, Preen tackles motherhood sans the rose-tinted glasses. Our columnists L. Juliano, Marla Darwin, Monica Eleazar-Manzano, Rossana Unson, and Ronna Capili-Bonifacio tell their personal experiences like it is—at times frustrating, oftentimes confusing, but always enlightening. We have entered the month of Scorpio. One of my favorite and most trusted astrologers, Gahl Sasson said to become more like a Scorpio […]

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A cat ran onto a football field and might’ve been the best player all game

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No, we’re never going to get sick of cute animals running on the field at serious sporting contests.

Especially when they are likely the best player all game, as in the case of a cat which ran onto the field of a Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens game on Thursday night.

Entering the field late in the fourth quarter, the cat was a bright spot in what was an otherwise dull blowout. Also, please listen to the commentary, courtesy of Tony Romo:

On a lacklustre night for the Dolphins, there were plenty of jokes about this feline being a better performer than Miami’s entire offense. Read more…

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Lifestyle

Blind raccoon storms onto family’s deck, when they see who’s behind him, they can’t believe their eyes

For several years, a raccoon had greeted Eryn and her family every morning at their home in Illinois. The raccoon was half blind, bumped into things and skittish — so Eryn made it her duty …

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Rare Sand cat kitten caught on film for the 1st time, watch when it turns around and shows its little siblings

Rare findings They sure had luck on their side that evening. This was the researchers’ dream come true and they couldn’t believe their eyes. “We believe this was the first time researchers ever documented wild …

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40+ Times Cats Didn’t Want To Be In Your Stupid Selfies And The Result Was Hilarious

Cats don’t own smartphones, mainly because touch screens aren’t easy to use when you have paws. But if they did they’d probably use them to crank call dogs, ignore calls from their humans, and Google the best strategies for world domination. What they wouldn’t use them for is taking selfies, because as you can see from this funny list of photo (un)friendly felines compiled by Bored Panda, cats hate selfies.

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Guy creates a super cool maze for his cats using 50 cardboard boxes

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If there’s anything certain about cats, it’s their love for cardboard boxes.

So, in celebration of the made up holiday National Cat Day, Cole and Marmalade‘s human, Chris Poole, decided to created a cat maze using 50 small cardboard boxes. Poole has completely lost use of his living room but at least his cats are happy.

The best part about the cat maze is that it can be broken down and stored in a relatively small area, so hopefully Cole and Marmalade can enjoy the cat maze for years to come.  Read more…

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Cat who needs personal space is disturbingly good at hiding in drawers

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Don’t challenge this cat to a game of Hide and Seek, as you will surely lose. 

Our furry friend Loki the cat was caught on camera climbing into a dresser drawer it opened itself.

It’s pretty freaky, actually. We can see how a cat might learn to open a drawer, but we’re mystified as to how a cat could learn to close the drawer from the inside!

Just another sign that cats will rule us all one day. Read more…

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