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For One Day Only, Local Cats Permit Humans Limited Access to Royal Abodes at Catio Tour Seattle

Chateau Gato, one of ten catios on the self-guided Catio Tour Seattle on Saturday, July 28.
Local
Catio Tour Seattle is a self-guided tour of 10 creatively designed catios (outdoor, enclosed cat patios) at homes from West Seattle through NW Seattle on Saturday, July 28 from noon to 4 p.m. ...
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Queer Relationships: Pet Wisdom About Love

Columns
Our precious pets can teach us many things about how to have extraordinary relationships. Sometimes, they even train us to be better partners. They embody unconditional love, resilience, forgiveness, living in the present and absolute joy. ...
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Study: Pet Obesity Rising for Seventh Straight Year

Health
Similar to their human counterparts, excessive body fat increases the risk of preventable health issues and may shorten the life expectancy of dogs and cats. Nationwide recently sorted through its database of more than 630,000 insured pets to determine the top 10 dog and cat obesity-related conditions. ...
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Seattle Humane Prepares to Take 300 Pets Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Local
Seattle Humane is prepared to take in up to 300 pets (200 cats/100 dogs) from animal rescue organizations in Texas following Hurricane Harvey. ...
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Seattle Humane’s Pet Tips for Back-to-School Blues

Local
Dogs and cats thrive on routine. What may seem like a small change to you can feel like a very big change for your pets. ...
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Pet Safety Tips for Seattle Blue Angels Show Weekend

Local
The Blue Angels roaring in Seattle skies at Seafair may be captivating for humans, but the loud roar of jet engines can be hard on companion animals. ...
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Fancy Dog at Olympic Sculpture Park Raises $7,350 for Seattle Humane’s Pet Project

Fancy Dog
Local
More than 250 guests and volunteers, plus 30 sponsors stepped up to support the Seattle Humane Pet Project and $7,350.35 was raised. ...
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Terminally-Ill Filmmaker JD Disalvatore Dedicates Rest of Her Life to Saving Dogs

JD Disalvatore
National
Award winning filmmaker JD Disalvatore was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer and will dedicate the rest of her life to the movement to make Los Angeles a no-kill city. ...
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Easter Pet Tips from Seattle Humane

Local
Every Easter, adorable baby rabbits, chicks and ducklings are given as gifts. Sadly, many are often abandoned or admitted to shelters when the holiday is over. ...
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How Cancer Unleashed a Dog Book for Children

Editorial
Lesbians have an overwhelming love for their dogs. While there are themes of love, hope and overcoming obstacles, it also comes from a place of humor. ...
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