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Checking in cats: where does white fur come from?

Keeping cats in cats: where does white fur come from? A check in cats is sometimes white fur. In some parts of the cat's body there are no pigment cells due to a gene mutation called leucism, so the fur remains colorless here. The speck can spread almost completely or only cause very small, almost invisible white spots.
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Holidays with dogs: nice destinations in Europe

Holidays with dogs Holidays with dogs: beautiful destinations in Europe The holiday season has officially opened! If you have a four-legged friend, you are often looking for nice destinations for a vacation with your dog. These popular travel destinations in Europe are particularly suitable for holidays on four paws. If you want to go on vacation with your dog, you don't have to travel far to the most beautiful destinations - Photo: Shutterstock / S Curtis If you want to plan your four-legged friend for your summer vacation, air travel is often not the right thing.
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Sweet kitten is a bit sad today

Baby animal Sweet kitten is a little sad head up today, little kitten, everyone has a bad day! However, not everyone looks so cute about it cats / videos / sweet-kitty-is-today-a little bit sad-53221 "> looks like this fluffy little mouse in this video ... On some days everything is just stupid!
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Strain in the dog: symptoms and treatment

Disease symptoms Strain in the dog: symptoms and treatment A strain in the dog is not uncommon - just like us humans, the four-legged friends can stretch their muscles and injure themselves in the process. For example, when they are playing in the meadow with playmates. The wild catches under the fur noses in particular hurt when they played around with them.
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How the dog stays healthy: 5 tips

Dog health How the dog stays healthy: 5 tips Unfortunately a dog does not live forever, but with a few tips it stays healthy and lively for a long time. This includes proper nutrition, well-groomed teeth and other preventive measures. How to avoid avoidable diseases: Stay healthy long, little dog!
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Corgi puppy proves: tennis balls are dangerous

Cute Dog Corgi Puppy Proves: Tennis Balls Are Dangerous How exciting the world is for small dog puppies - including this eight-week-old corgi. The little guy bravely tries to make friends with a tennis ball, although the toy still seems very suspicious to him. "A round yellow thing almost as big as me?
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