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“They are tigers and mountain lions. They are very dangerous.”

“Wow,” she said. “That’s so cool.”

I smiled. “I hope you do not get in their way.”

“Mommy,” she said, looking at me. “I am not a mountain lion.”

“I know,” I said. “I am sorry.”

“Can we go back to the house now?”

I nodded, and we left the park.

“Good night,” I said.

“Good night,” she said.

“I love you,” I said.

She nodded. “I love you, too.

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The snow leopard - or ‘Irbis’, as they are known in Russia - is a spotted cat native to southern Siberia, in the Sayan Mountains. Nature has given it soft and furry “snow shoes”, and of course, its fabulous tail, about a meter in length - equal to his whole body - which the snow leopard has a funny habit of carrying in its mouth. Read more

They are uncommon in cats. Gastrointestinal ulceration is often associated with tumors in cats, but the cause can also be unknown. Cats with stomach ulceration may have no signs and may develop sudden, life-threatening bleeding within the digestive tract. In other cases, they can have a history that includes vomiting, sometimes with blood, and abdominal discomfort that may appear less severe after a meal. Read more

The Never Found the Body trope as used in popular culture. A character is killed off, but their death Read more

Litter tracking is caused by bits of litter sticking to your cat’s paws and fur after she has used the litter box. Many cats also like to “dig to China” in their boxes, kicking and throwing litter all over the floor. Then they walk through the mess and bring it to every corner of your home. So, is there a cat litter... Read more

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