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Can cats eat yogurt?
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Can cats eat yogurt?

Cat nutrition Can cats eat yogurt? Most cats love yogurt, but can they eat it too? As long as your fur nose receives mainly high-quality meat feed, there is nothing wrong with the treat from time to time. Mmmm, yummy! Cats love yogurt - Photo: Shutterstock / Krivitsky Vladimir Calcium, protein and vitamins in yoghurt are even healthy for cats and the lactic acid bacteria in them can have a positive effect on the feline intestinal flora.

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Ragdoll cat Toby sees snow for the first time

Famous cats Ragdoll cat Toby sees snow for the first time Ragdoll cat Toby and his buddy Timo live together in the Netherlands. In the video, Toby makes his first trip into the snow. Timo, however, prefers to stay indoors where it is warm. Ragdoll tomcat Toby doesn't seem to like the snow that badly.
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Cute dog wants to play with his reflection

Cute dogs Cute dog wants to play with his reflection In the following video we get to do with a bright little guy: In it a Jack Russell puppy is confronted with his reflection - and that's pretty cute to watch! As soon as the little dog discovers itself in the mirror, things are going well: The four-legged friend is on the ball and jumps at his "opposite" several times.
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Ragdoll tomcat Timo and Toby want to steal cat grass

Famous cats Ragdoll cats Timo and Toby want to steal cat grass The two Ragdoll cats Timo and Toby have it fist-thick behind the puffy ears. The two have decided to capture the pot of cat grass that is on the windowsill. But the two cheeky cheeks do not line up particularly well ... Ragdoll tomcat Toby starts.
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Simon's Cat and the nasty vacuum cleaner monster

Famous cats Simon's Cat and the nasty vacuum cleaner monster "Nanu? What's that?" Simon's Cat wonders in the video when he sees a vacuum cleaner standing in the living room. The cat decides to put an end to the mysterious intruder and hops at it hissing and with a hump.
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How old are rabbits? Life expectancy of the long ears

How old do rabbits get? Life expectancy of long ears "How old do rabbits actually get?" is one of the first questions you should ask yourself if you are considering bringing one of the cute bumbers into the house. The long ears sometimes have an astonishing life expectancy of more than 10 years.
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Making life easier for cats in summer: 7 tips

Homeopathy Making life easier for cats in summer: 7 tips Most cats actually like summer. As descendants of the feral cat living in hot regions, their bodies are relatively well adjusted to heat. At temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius, however, cats can sometimes become too hot - the heat can then have a negative effect on the organism.
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Animals as Christmas presents: please not!

Homeopathy animals as Christmas presents: please not! There are many reasons why animals should not be given away for Christmas. Read here why it is better to make such an important decision after the festive season. Not a good idea: animals as Christmas presents - Image: Shutterstock / dezi Anyone who gives animals away for Christmas often follows a short-circuit action instead of a sensible, long-considered decision.
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Do cat mothers mourn when their kittens leave?

Cat keeping Do mothers mourn when their kittens leave? In the wild, cat mothers often stay with their kittens for a long time - sometimes even with their daughters in large family groups. But what is it like when tame domestic cats have offspring that leave the nest at around 12 weeks of age and move to a new, loving home?
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Praise dogs properly: That's fine

Dog training Properly praise dogs: That's fine It's through praise or a reward that dogs can be very well trained and trained. It is important that you praise your four-legged friend correctly, because: Too much or wrong praise can quickly have a negative effect. Here you will learn what is important when praising and what you should avoid.
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Animal runabout! Dog mix up soccer game

Cute dogs animal speedster! Dog turns up soccer game He just wants to play! In Georgia, a dog paused a soccer game for around three minutes. The four-legged friend raced onto the field and didn't want to leave so quickly. Spectators and footballers did not save in the Georgian match Dila against Torpedo Kutaisi: a dog stormed onto the field in the middle of the game.
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Christmas time: be careful what the cat eats

Christmas Dangers: Beware of what the cat eats Burning candles, Christmas trees that tempt you to climb up, or poisonous decorations from snow spray are just a few of the Christmas dangers that cats are exposed to. When it comes to food, it can also be dangerous for the festival.
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Cat chases goldfish - completely in vain

Animal friendships Cat hunts goldfish - completely in vain The hunting instinct is one of the primary instincts in cats. This is no different with the following velvet paw, which is targeting a goldfish in a pond. If only there weren't a layer of ice that thwarted your calculations.
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Cute labrador puppy is playing tug of war with his mom

Sweet dogs Sweet Labrador puppy is playing tug of war with his mom The little Labrador puppy in the video has a wonderful dog mom! The mother of the sweet four-legged friend has a lot of fun playing tug of war with her offspring. In between, the cute guy even has upper water, but then his mom pulls a little harder again, and he has to realize that he still has to practice a bit more.
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Hangover tomcat is the oracle for the 2018 World Cup

Sporty animals Hangover Achilles is the oracle for the 2018 World Cup No soccer World Cup without an official animal oracle. At this year's tournament in Russia this is the deaf cat Achilles. Achilles lives with around 50 other cats in the Hermitage Palace complex in St. Petersburg. The cat should make his predictions for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
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Goat baby Mildred befriends pug

Animal friendships Baby goat Mildred befriends a pug Friendship knows no age and no breed. Baby goat Mildred and Pug Grandpa Rex in the video have become big friends and cuddle together all day. Mildred has four siblings. Since she was very cold and weak at birth, her human mom from the Sunflower Farm brought her inside and pumped up the bottle.
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Shorty and Kodi: cats believe in Santa Claus

Famous cats Shorty and Kodi: cats believe in Santa Claus The two cats Shorty and Kodi are already looking forward to Christmas. At the beginning of the video, they hop across the hall, full of anticipation, because they know that Santa Claus doesn't give them toys or socks, but nothing but beautiful boxes.
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Fibrosarcoma in cats: causes of the malignant tumor

Precautionary fibrosarcoma in cats: causes of the malignant tumor Fibrosarcoma is a malignant skin tumor. The cells of the connective tissue (fibrocytes) degenerate and lead to cancer. The causes of fibrosarcomas have not yet been unequivocally clarified. It used to be assumed that leucosis vaccination triggers this type of skin cancer - but this is now considered outdated.
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Sugar-sweet kittens play with a mouse

Playing Sweet-sweet kittens playing with a mouse "Nanu? What's that?", The seven kittens wonder in the video when they discover a mouse in their playroom. The curious fur noses carefully approach the object and see what happens when they hit their paws.
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