SOURCE: The Atlantic
Science Historian Michael Worboys explains that the Victorian craze for dog breeding enshrined both a focus on dogs' outward appearances and the idea that heredity was all-important to a dog's quality, leading to frequent disappointment for owners who find their pets don't fit expectations.
SOURCE: New York Post
The 84 year-old reptile will be stuffed and displayed in Moscow after traveling from Mississippi to Berlin and being gifted to Russia by British troops after the capture of Berlin in 1945.
A new book presents a history of significant cats and the human-feline relationship, with a substantial assist from the author's cat.
It is probably the least consequential outcome of the election result, but dogs will be returning to the White House.
by Suzy Evans
Pets humanize presidents.
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